Kai Sterker a écrit :
Ok. I've just had a quick look at the website code. It's a bit messy
(shtml and cgi are not the best choices, I think).
On Dec 25, 2007 9:37 PM, Clément Plantier <address@hidden> wrote:
Second thing, the screenshots section of the website doesn't work (and the
art gallery too), and from a long time I think.
Yeah. As with the remodeling of the development section, it's
something that always was neglected in favour of something else
So again, if you or somebody else feels the urge to do something
against it, the website code is also in CVS (module 'website':
http://cvs.savannah.nongnu.org/viewvc/website/?root=adonthell). I can
upload stuff to the web server, if needs be.
Well I could have a look at this when I have some free time. I think this
is very important for the "publicity", as you say.
Two questions :
- first, is it possible to use php ? (but i can make it with html only)
Should be possible. I haven't checked whether PHP is active for us,
but we can get it enabled if it needs be.
- second, do the changes are automatically updated to the web server after
commiting to cvs ? (but this doesn't concern me immediately as I will not
No. If we'd use the webspace at Savannah it would work that way. But
since the site is hosted by the folks at linuxgames.com, that does not
work. The copy in CVS is mostly meant as a backup, but of course it
also helps if more people want to make changes.
The problem for the screenshot page seems to come from the CGI script
(gallery.cgi), maybe replacing this section by static html would be
better. As we just have to put some <img>, we don't need really
this page to be dynamic.