Crediting the current design
There is a rate of failure on the display of CZG designs . There are different causes. One is that the user agent may simply fail to retrieve or render the design at all. In that case you see just the text with essentially no style and black and white text. The other is that a design may load but not render correctly due to my changed XHTML in which case usually some part of the design "messes up". I know of no cases where the whole design fails when it is retrieved and a rendering is attempted. Failures of both kinds together as well as the consecutive appearances of my design occur about 10% of the time. Rate may be higher on "mess ups". To see, use the feature above to see the number of the design, go to the actual CZG, and look at the design. Sometimes although a design looks OK here, there are things missing which you will see there. Root 01:31, 9 December 2010 (UTC)
- Did however match the php up to the current HTML Shea is distributing and that seems to have much improved the rendering, taking the "mess ups" of all kinds to the low rate I thought was present when starting this thread. Root 01:04, 10 December 2010 (UTC)
- i.e. 2-3% maybe as high as 5-6 depending how close you look. Root 00:09, 23 December 2011 (UTC)
- And of course they should all break standards compliance. It's of no concern to me here, and for that matter, anywhere, except someplace it is raised as an issue, i.e. by virtue of some client/external requirement.
These fail, I've not really given it much attention, mostly tedious niggling shit. I don't want to address this other than thru the CL-MCP CL-XSL component here and may do so later. The standard CZG does appear the pass the ones I tried. Root 01:50, 10 December 2010 (UTC)
CMS Account Creation
Disabled new account creation due a link spammer from some "social bookmarking service" in Texas. If you want an account send me an email and I'll create it. Root 09:42, 5 September 2011 (UTC)