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From Boysenberry Payne <boysenbe...@habitatlife.com>
Subject Re: Flex
Date Wed, 05 Dec 2007 00:02:21 GMT
Then, you can see the html version at:
http://www.habitatlife.com/habitat_html/

The html version is mostly for search engines, but it still gives a  
pretty accurate
example of the site.  The version you see with javascript off is much  
the same, but
the javascript menus don't work visually.

-bop



On Dec 4, 2007, at 7:43 AM, Octavian Rasnita wrote:

> Hmm, I have Javascript and cookies enabled, but I don't think I  
> have Flash because it wouldn't be very accessible anyway.
>
> Octavian
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Boysenberry Payne
> To: Octavian Rasnita
> Cc: modperl List
> Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2007 9:45 AM
> Subject: Re: Flex
>
> It requires javascript, cookies and flashplayer 8+ to view it as  
> its intended.
> I just checked it out with IE 7 with no problems.
>
> Are you being redirected to here:
> http://habitatlife.com/habitat/habitat_website_builder_and_host/
>
> If at the end of the day you still can't see it in IE you can  
> always use another browser.
> It works in most common browsers.
>
> Our site does use a proxy, are you behind some kind of firewall  
> that might prevent proxies?
>
> If its not one of these I'd like to allow you to see it, if for no  
> other reason than to make sure
> our site works as well as possible.
>
> There are other Habitat sites you can check out too, but if it  
> doesn't work at the above
> address chances are it wont work at the others too.
>
> (As far as logging in goes, you'd need a log in, which isn't  
> provided here...)
>
> -bop
>
>
> On Dec 4, 2007, at 12:15 AM, Octavian Rasnita wrote:
>
>> From: Boysenberry Payne
>>
>> > I currently use the ruby gem sprouts for compiling Flex apps.  I  
>> would love to see a version
>> > packaged for a mod_perl system.  It really is all about learning  
>> what makes the flex compiler
>> > work then strapping to perl instead of php or ruby.  I would  
>> love to help with a project like this
>> > but don't have the resources to take point.
>>
>> > Our website builder is completely mod_perl on the backend and  
>> uses Flash on the front/middle.
>> > We also have html output too:
>> > http://www.habitatlife.com/
>>
>> I have visited and tried the sign in link, but the following  
>> message appeared:
>>
>> """
>> This site requires Javascript to be work correctly.
>> Please enable Javascript in your browser or use a Javascript  
>> capable browser, then reload the site.
>> """
>>
>> Well, I use IE, and Javascript is enabled.
>> Isn't that web page accessible for screen readers?
>>
>> Octavian
>>
>
>


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