From: Marko Mäkelä (msmakela_at_gmail.com)
Date: 2008-06-18 08:55:53
On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 10:49:56AM +0000, Ethan Dicks wrote: > > This looks like a very good start. If I were you, I would define the > > layout in CSS to make the table a little more compact. > > Good idea. I don't fiddle with CSS much - I got my start with Netscape 0.9 > back in 1995, so I tend to code manual HTML with very few modern features. Me too, or was it NCSA Mosaic in 1994? I thought I'd never abandon Lynx, but I switched to Mozilla in the 1.x days. I only learned about CSS some 6 years ago. You have to be a little careful if you want to support very old browsers, such as Netscape Navigator 4 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4. I got Netscape 4 to crash on validated HTML and CSS (I had defined margin, padding, or border for the BODY element IIRC), and the content was often illegible. With some testing, it was possible to get readable layout on the old browsers. But I guess it is reasonable to assume that nobody is using Netscape 4 or MSIE 4 in these days. It should be sufficient to test with Mozilla Firefox 1.x, 2.x, Konqueror (or Safari), Opera, MSIE 5, MSIE 6, and MSIE 7. > > (I'd make the > > MSB the columns, so that the table could be extended with more rows: $00 > > to $3f to document the first kilobyte of memory, $000 to $3ff.) > > Don't you mean MSB as the rows? As in... > > 00 01 02 03... > 10 11 12 13... > 20 21 22 21... > > (which is what it is now) Right, that was what I meant. > > I'd seriously consider generating the HTML from a Perl script that reads > > an ASCII memory map as an input. That would avoid errors in the > > addresses and also make it easy to edit the layout. > > Indeed. I just banged something out to get it visible for discussion. > I am entirely in favor of code-generated pages like this. > > Thanks for your input and your sample. You're welcome. Thanks for your effort! And please let me know if you need assistance with the HTML code generator. I'm currently a housefather, until my kids will start in the kindergarten in August. So I have some spare brain capacity left for simple coding. :-) Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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