Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-18 Thread voltron
Thank you for feedback. I used CSS positioning instead of tables, but it is 
real pain :)






From: Daniel Toffetti dto...@yahoo.com.ar
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Sent: Thu, March 18, 2010 1:46:37 AM
Subject: Re: A web site developed with Wicket

voltron kocamane at yahoo.com writes:
 Hello,
 
 http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application
 developed with wicket framework.
 
 .
 
 I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You
 can login the site with account;
 username = demo
 password = demo
 
 Thanks,

It looks great, I like specially the menu. Some panels (Login, Subscription
Update) seem to be somewhat to the right of the screen, it would be better if
they were centered.
And I get a 1 centimeter wide vertical padding both to the left and to the
right, don't know if this is intentional, it doesn't look good but perhaps it's
just me.
Could not crash it yet, tested with Firefox 3.6 / Windows XP on a 17 CRT
(non-wide format).

Cheers,

Daniel



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A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-17 Thread voltron
Hello,

http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application developed with wicket 
framework. It basically checks the web site downtime and notifies the users 
about the failure. 

It uses wicket, yahoo library(YUI), Spring and Cayenne as ORM. I used modal 
windows heavily to implement single page interface. YUI used for feedback 
panels and menu. 

I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You can login the site 
with account;
username = demo
password = demo

Thanks,