Team MacNN: Architosh  
News Reviews Team Chat Forum
 
Welcome to Team MacNN Advanced Search | Calendar | Links | My Settings | Contact the Team
Projects
Home
Team News (37/0)
SETI@Home (270/0)
Folding@Home (264/0)
Predictor@Home (136/0)
D2OL (156/0)
RC5 (244/0)
Einstein@Home (141/0)
Climate Prediction (136/0)
Rosetta@Home (122/0)
Older Stories
Saturday 26-Apr
Einstein Milestones Apr 16 (0)
Climate Milestones Apr 16 (0)
Rosetta Milestones Apr 16 (0)
SETI Milestones Apr 9 (0)
RC5 Milestones Apr 9 (0)
Fold Milestones Apr 9 (0)
Einstein Milestones Apr 9 (0)
Climate Milestones Apr 9 (0)
Rosetta Milestones Apr 9 (0)
SETI Milestones Apr 2 (0)

 Team Resources
Various Resource Pages will be linked from here. If you have an idea for a useful page, post in the forum.

- reader50

Boinc SETI installation/optimization/troubleshooting guide

Folding CLI command flags

crontab definitions



For site admins with posting permissions: Please attempt to stick to XHTML coding guidelines, it is important to be sure all our pages render badly in most non-IE browsers. Careful use of XHTML and as much CSS as possible will help reduce the use of non-approved browsers, a substantial service for all mankind.

XHTML attempts to define the HTML document as a valid XML document. This is done by ensuring all HTML tags are in lowercase and all have ending tags. For example:
    HTML: <IMG SRC="http://some.domain.com/image/myImage.jpg">
    XHTML: <img src="http://some.domain.com/image/myImage.jpg" />

Note the ending / at the end of the XHTML img tag. This closes that tag because img elements have no formal ending tag ala </p>. Be careful with lists and new lines especially. i.e. new lines should appear as: <br />.

Also, please note that we are trying to use CSS to encode various font attributes. Steer away from using the font tag as it is simple, works in all browsers, and unnecessarily makes the HTML footprint larger than necessary. To format using CSS, use the stupid div tag as such:
    <div class="formatClass"> y o u r   c o n t e n t   g o e s   h e r e </div>

"formatClass" is some CSS group that has font attributes (size, font, bold characteristics, etc. To view the CSS file and definitions for the site that you can currently use, go to the style.css file, which applies to pages on this site. Use those CSS definitions that begin with a period, as those do not usually contain any layout definitions, just font characteristics.


Last Updated Wednesday, April 12 2006 @ 01:30 AM