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kb7sqi



Joined: 24 Sep 2007
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Location: Winston Salem, NC

PostPosted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 9:24 pm    Post subject: Any suggestions on Simple Blog in HTML? Reply with quote

Hey all,
Sorry I haven't been coding lately, but after 8+ years, I decided to give kb7sqi.com/kb7sqi.dyndns.org a facelift. Wink I originally created the new site in iWeb, since I was never gifted in the graphics dept. Rolling Eyes Anyway, after looking at the site in OmniWeb 3.x, I decided I needed to go back to something a lot simpler. So, I broke out my Thinkpad 560E running OPENSTEP and used Create, OmniWeb, OpenWrite and Edit to create/update some of the pages. The site is OmniWeb friendly again, but I really do want to keep a blog & the photo gallery. Anyone have some suggestions? The goal is to keep it OmniWeb friendly if at all possible. In the past for Photo Galleries, I used ToyAlbum. So, I thought I'd ask for some other options. On a side note, I was pretty impressed the ol' Sparc 5 serves up the new iWeb code well. Not bad for a 110Mhz system running OPENSTEP. :wink:

Take care.
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itomato



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 30, 2008 10:11 pm    Post subject: Wiki on a stick / Stickwiki Reply with quote

http://stickwiki.sourceforge.net/

This has been making the rounds at work, where an "official" wiki has been shot down.. This leaves us with 10 separate wikis!

It's a single HTML file - all the content is embedded within.

I haven't looked at it with Omniweb, or Links2 for that matter, but it seems to be relatively clean/simple code.

i just did - it's XHTML - Javascript is required. This may or may not be something too complicated for Omniweb's '00-era Java capabilities to handle.

It also may be barking up the wrong tree..
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kb7sqi



Joined: 24 Sep 2007
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Location: Winston Salem, NC

PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2008 11:21 am    Post subject: Re: Wiki on a stick / Stickwiki Reply with quote

itomato wrote:
http://stickwiki.sourceforge.net/

This has been making the rounds at work, where an "official" wiki has been shot down.. This leaves us with 10 separate wikis!

It's a single HTML file - all the content is embedded within.

I haven't looked at it with Omniweb, or Links2 for that matter, but it seems to be relatively clean/simple code.

i just did - it's XHTML - Javascript is required. This may or may not be something too complicated for Omniweb's '00-era Java capabilities to handle.

It also may be barking up the wrong tree..


Thanks itomato! Looks interesting. I'll take a look at it further when I have some free time. I'm sure everyone has noticed I haven't been on the forum much. I've been pretty busy this month. Sad Hope to get some free time soon.
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