Re: Tracking Codes and Java Script

2010-09-30 Thread David Crossley
Bryce Alcock wrote:
 In addition to the previous email, while I am investigating this issue a bit
 I was curious:
 Is the XML/DTD validation done with Local or Remote (web based) dtd docs?
 
 It seems like the DTD's are located here
 http://forrest.apache.org/dtd/skinconfig-v08-1.dtd
 
 Can the DTDs be made local?

They are local. See the Catalog Entity Resolver.

Use the forrest.apache.org site search or the
Forrestbar search, and look for catalog gives
some docs.

-David


Re: Tracking Codes and Java Script

2010-09-24 Thread Bryce Alcock
So I will be giving this a try tonight or over the weekend...
However, I wanted to ask a couple of more questions:
(just to start people thinking...)

1.  I would ultimately like to have a solution that requires only
modifications to my website data, not changes to the Forrest XSL Files.
 Therefore, can we design/architect a change that can be contributed
back to Forrest.
2.  Most users would want tracking, but they may not want the Google
proprietary tracking,
 Therefore, is it possible to design it to accept a CDATA as aposed to
a PCDATA thus allowing Arbitrary code in the website data.
3.  Is it possible to update the DTD Docs with optional fields.  I Kinda
like the validation.

Bryce




On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 10:43 AM, Steve Wolke smwo...@geistig.com wrote:

  Bryce,



 You can turn off validation of the skinconfig.xml in the forrest.properties
 file like the following



 ##

 # validation properties



 # This set of properties determine if validation is performed

 # Values are inherited unless overridden.

 # e.g. if forrest.validate=false then all others are false unless set to
 true.

 forrest.validate=true

 #forrest.validate.xdocs=${forrest.validate}

 forrest.validate.skinconf=false

 #forrest.validate.sitemap=${forrest.validate}

 #forrest.validate.stylesheets=${forrest.validate}

 #forrest.validate.skins=${forrest.validate}

 #forrest.validate.skins.stylesheets=${forrest.validate.skins}







 Then to get your property you can just call



 xsl:value-of select='//skinconfig/project-tracking'/









 *From:* u912boilerma...@gmail.com [mailto:u912boilerma...@gmail.com] *On
 Behalf Of *Bryce Alcock
 *Sent:* Friday, September 24, 2010 1:30 AM

 *To:* user@forrest.apache.org
 *Subject:* Re: Tracking Codes and Java Script



 Ok so far so so...

 I have added the Tracking JavaScript to the site-to-xhtml.xsl file.  And
 that seems to be working fine.

 I have added the variable to my skinconfig.xml file in the project
 directory, And finally I have been looking

 at how to pull the variable out of the skinconfig.xml and use it in the
 site-to-xhtml.xsl as a variable.





 However, when I go to build the site I get the following Error:



 validate-skinconf:

 /home/bryce/repos/brycealcock/
 brycealcock.com/src/documentation/skinconf.xml:64:21: Element type
 project-tracking must be declared.

 /home/bryce/repos/brycealcock/
 brycealcock.com/src/documentation/skinconf.xml:438:14: The content of
 element type skinconfig must match
 (search?,disable-print-link?,disable-pdf-link?,disable-pod-link?,disable-txt-link?,disable-xml-link?,disable-external-link-image?,disable-compliance-links?,obfuscate-mail-links?,obfuscate-mail-value?,disable-font-script?,project-name?,project-description?,project-url?,project-logo,group-name?,group-description?,group-url?,group-logo?,host-url?,host-logo?,favicon-url?,disable-copyright-footer?,year?,vendor?,copyright-link?,trail?,toc?,headings?,feedback?,motd?,extra-css?,colors?,pdf?,credits?).



 BUILD FAILED





 So it is obviously getting validated against a DTD or something, and does
 not like the fact that I added the

 project-trackingPCDATA/project-tracking



 So I need more help.



 Bryce





 On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 7:49 AM, Steve Wolke swo...@roughbros.com wrote:

 Bryce,



 I think this will work.



 You could add the google analytics code in the  xsl:template
 match=site/ of the common skin file ‘site-to-xhtml.xsl’ in the directory
 ‘main\webapp\skins\common\xslt\html’ with a variable for the tracking site
 ID  hat will come from the skinconfig.xml file.  Then put your tracking site
 ID in the skinconfig.xml file on some new created element and modify the
 ‘skinconf.xsl’ in the directory ‘main\webapp\skins\common’ to make sure that
 you handle defaults properly.



 Steve





 *From:* Bryce Alcock [mailto:u912boilerma...@gmail.com]
 *Sent:* Monday, September 20, 2010 3:01 PM
 *To:* user@forrest.apache.org
 *Subject:* Tracking Codes and Java Script





 I was wondering if there was a simple and systematic way to configure a
 tracking code into Forrest, for every page.



 So for a concrete example I would like to add a

 Google Analytics tracking code to the bottom of each page.



 Currently I am having to do this by modifying files in the Forrest
 directories.

 (This works file with the exception that I have 2 forrest project and I
 have to keep remembering to change these files...)



 I would like to just be able to specify a tracking code and style or
 possibly an html/javascript segment,

 in a Config file such as site.xml or something like that.





 Bryce





Re: Tracking Codes and Java Script

2010-09-23 Thread Bryce Alcock
Ok so far so so...
I have added the Tracking JavaScript to the site-to-xhtml.xsl file.  And
that seems to be working fine.
I have added the variable to my skinconfig.xml file in the project
directory, And finally I have been looking
at how to pull the variable out of the skinconfig.xml and use it in the
site-to-xhtml.xsl as a variable.


However, when I go to build the site I get the following Error:

validate-skinconf:
/home/bryce/repos/brycealcock/
brycealcock.com/src/documentation/skinconf.xml:64:21: Element type
project-tracking must be declared.
/home/bryce/repos/brycealcock/
brycealcock.com/src/documentation/skinconf.xml:438:14: The content of
element type skinconfig must match
(search?,disable-print-link?,disable-pdf-link?,disable-pod-link?,disable-txt-link?,disable-xml-link?,disable-external-link-image?,disable-compliance-links?,obfuscate-mail-links?,obfuscate-mail-value?,disable-font-script?,project-name?,project-description?,project-url?,project-logo,group-name?,group-description?,group-url?,group-logo?,host-url?,host-logo?,favicon-url?,disable-copyright-footer?,year?,vendor?,copyright-link?,trail?,toc?,headings?,feedback?,motd?,extra-css?,colors?,pdf?,credits?).

BUILD FAILED


So it is obviously getting validated against a DTD or something, and does
not like the fact that I added the
project-trackingPCDATA/project-tracking

So I need more help.

Bryce


On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 7:49 AM, Steve Wolke swo...@roughbros.com wrote:

  Bryce,



 I think this will work.



 You could add the google analytics code in the  xsl:template
 match=site/ of the common skin file ‘site-to-xhtml.xsl’ in the directory
 ‘main\webapp\skins\common\xslt\html’ with a variable for the tracking site
 ID  hat will come from the skinconfig.xml file.  Then put your tracking site
 ID in the skinconfig.xml file on some new created element and modify the
 ‘skinconf.xsl’ in the directory ‘main\webapp\skins\common’ to make sure that
 you handle defaults properly.



 Steve





 *From:* Bryce Alcock [mailto:u912boilerma...@gmail.com]
 *Sent:* Monday, September 20, 2010 3:01 PM
 *To:* user@forrest.apache.org
 *Subject:* Tracking Codes and Java Script





 I was wondering if there was a simple and systematic way to configure a
 tracking code into Forrest, for every page.



 So for a concrete example I would like to add a

 Google Analytics tracking code to the bottom of each page.



 Currently I am having to do this by modifying files in the Forrest
 directories.

 (This works file with the exception that I have 2 forrest project and I
 have to keep remembering to change these files...)



 I would like to just be able to specify a tracking code and style or
 possibly an html/javascript segment,

 in a Config file such as site.xml or something like that.





 Bryce



RE: Tracking Codes and Java Script

2010-09-21 Thread Steve Wolke
Bryce,

 

I think this will work.

 

You could add the google analytics code in the  xsl:template match=site/
of the common skin file 'site-to-xhtml.xsl' in the directory
'main\webapp\skins\common\xslt\html' with a variable for the tracking site
ID  hat will come from the skinconfig.xml file.  Then put your tracking site
ID in the skinconfig.xml file on some new created element and modify the
'skinconf.xsl' in the directory 'main\webapp\skins\common' to make sure that
you handle defaults properly.

 

Steve

 

From: Bryce Alcock [mailto:u912boilerma...@gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 3:01 PM
To: user@forrest.apache.org
Subject: Tracking Codes and Java Script

 

 

I was wondering if there was a simple and systematic way to configure a
tracking code into Forrest, for every page.

 

So for a concrete example I would like to add a 

Google Analytics tracking code to the bottom of each page.

 

Currently I am having to do this by modifying files in the Forrest
directories.

(This works file with the exception that I have 2 forrest project and I have
to keep remembering to change these files...)

 

I would like to just be able to specify a tracking code and style or
possibly an html/javascript segment, 

in a Config file such as site.xml or something like that.

 

 

Bryce



RE: Tracking Codes and Java Script

2010-09-21 Thread Steve Wolke
Bryce,

 

I think this will work.

 

You could add the google analytics code in the  xsl:template
match=site/ of the common skin file 'site-to-xhtml.xsl' in the
directory 'main\webapp\skins\common\xslt\html' with a variable for the
tracking site ID  hat will come from the skinconfig.xml file.  Then put
your tracking site ID in the skinconfig.xml file on some new created
element and modify the 'skinconf.xsl' in the directory
'main\webapp\skins\common' to make sure that you handle defaults
properly.

 

Steve

 

 

From: Bryce Alcock [mailto:u912boilerma...@gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 3:01 PM
To: user@forrest.apache.org
Subject: Tracking Codes and Java Script

 

 

I was wondering if there was a simple and systematic way to configure a
tracking code into Forrest, for every page.

 

So for a concrete example I would like to add a 

Google Analytics tracking code to the bottom of each page.

 

Currently I am having to do this by modifying files in the Forrest
directories.

(This works file with the exception that I have 2 forrest project and I
have to keep remembering to change these files...)

 

I would like to just be able to specify a tracking code and style or
possibly an html/javascript segment, 

in a Config file such as site.xml or something like that.

 

 

Bryce