I have managed to make your code work on my Ubuntu Feisty 7.04
system. Here is the steps I followed:
Oh nice! :P (by the way, I have an issue under Ubuntu 7.10 with
deadkeys on french keyboard... maybe you can help me)
For the lazy ones, :-) Lyu's code can be tested here (available when
my machine is powered on): http://220.127.116.11/lyu-proto/
Very good! Thanks
Last minute update: there is apparently an issue when trying to reach
a question's details: in works fine with a localhost URL but not with
the above one. I don't know why and moreover the issue seems
transient. :-( Maybe it is related to the "PythonHandler" part.
Which one are you using?
I'm not sure I understand what it means. Do you refer to this
configuration line in httpd?
(I don't recall exactly why I had to use that, but probably because I
was not able to call my python functions from a HTML script)
* I find the default font a bit small on my screen. Why not stick
font size to 1.0em?
Yes, maybe there's an issue under Linux. I wanted to check that before,
but failed to install Mod Python under my Ubuntu, as I already mentioned.
* The display of question list is nice. However a click on the whole
question zone should bring to the question specific page (I think
Félix as made a similar remark);
Yes, I'll make a modification about that (however, I do not find it
especially unconvenient, and I finally feel natural to press "reponses"
to display the responses... although I agree may be a too "small" link,
* I'm not totally fond of the chosen color. But I haven't a better
proposal for now;
Yes, I've also mentioned that on my last post on the Forum. I'll propose
several color schemes so that we can choose a better one.
* Vote confirmation is very nice. Maybe you should add a sentence
like "Your vote has been casted as:";
* For a large number of responses, the drop down menus are a bit
Yes, we mentioned that too. But let's keep that for now, and see if
users complain about it (but what is the percentage questions having
less more than 5 answers... I haven't checked it yet).
Please do not send any comments about the code itself yet (I know
it's messy and very heavy sometimes). We'll fix that later.
I haven't look at it yet. ;-)
Hehe. I somehow simplified the code lately.
Thanks for your comments. Lyu
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