Re: Kelen Online Dictionary
|From:||Sylvia Sotomayor <kelen@...>|
|Date:||Monday, July 15, 2002, 18:14|
On Sunday 14 July 2002 18:25, Robert 'Neo' Hill wrote:
> Wow, How would you go about making one of those? I am a (part-time
> enthusiast) web designer and that would be extremely useful to
> know, if you don't mind publishing some of the code (particularly
> the ASP part of the code and underlying databases :) Good Job in
> all, i like it
On Sunday 14 July 2002 22:00, Jan van Steenbergen wrote:
> Oh, by all means it works, and how! It's really beautiful. I wish I
> had such a thing for my languages...
On Sunday 14 July 2002 22:10, Roger Mills wrote:
> It works, and I'm in awe. (Though I viewed the whole dictionary;
> couldn't think of any specific words to look up)
Thank you very much!!!
I sent Neo the asp page for accessing the database. Anyone else who
wants a copy should email me privately.
The database itself is (unfortunately) Access, and there is an isp
called Brinkster (www.brinkster.com) that allows its customers to put
a database (must be Access) on their site & access it, all for the
low price of $12.95/month. This is useful for those of us who don't
have their own webservers.
The character picker was stolen/borrowed/copied from ideola.com (see
http://www.ideola.com/html/charmap.html). As to the VBscript, my
girlfriend has worked as a Database Administrator and she put the
fault, as are the frames and the html. I had fun making it, though it
took a little tweaking once I had it up. For a while there it worked
in Opera and Mozilla and not in IE.
As for now, Opera on Windows doesn't respond to the reset button, and
Access isn't case sensitive. Mozilla & IE work perfectly, as does
Opera on Linux. Any Macintosh feedback would be appreciated.
The Kélen language can be found at:
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