[sword-devel] New Sword Website?
Sat, 16 Dec 2000 19:58:09
Don and Jonathan:
I would like to help out the website as well. Since I am only now learning
how to program, I don't think that I can contribute too much in the way of
code. But, I feel that I could contribute quite a bit to the website and
it's development. Any help that is needed, I would gratefully give.
In His Service:
P.S. I have one or two ideas on paper that I could scan and email to those
who would like to see them. They deal mostly with icons and navigation.
>From: "Don A. Elbourne Jr." <email@example.com>
>Subject: RE: [sword-devel] New Sword Website?
>Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2000 08:34:19 -0600
>I would like to help with this project too. I don't know who (if anyone) is
>still working on it.
>Here are my thoughts (if I am allowed to help with the project.)
>First I would separate structure from presentation as much as possible. All
>the content should use basic structural HTML tags like
><h1><p><div><ul><li><blockquote> etc. The style, color, and all involved
>with presentation would then be left to CSS.
>There are a number of advantages to this. The main thing is that when
>different people need to add to or edit an existing page, they will not
>to worry about having to integrate a look and feel. that will all be done
>the CSS. subsequent changes could be made to the look by simply editing the
>I would also recommend that the heading, navigation and footer from each
>page use SSI. (I'm assuming crosswire.org is running Apache) this will give
>even greater control over the consistency of the site without having to
>Using CSS and SSI will also help in making the maintenance of the site a
>more collaborative effort. No one will need to do the whole thing.
>these are just my thoughts, whatever they are worth. I'd be glad to help
>pull this together.
>Don A. Elbourne Jr.
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of BJW7TOAEM@aol.com
>Sent: Friday, December 15, 2000 1:12 AM
>Subject: [sword-devel] New Sword Website?
> I know that we have been talking about designing a new Sword Project
>website, how is that going, who is still working on that? What still needs
>be done, what is the general status of that project. I would be more than
>willing to help organize the efforts and push this project so we can start
>seeing a new Sword Project website. What are people's thoughts?
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