November 27, 2012
Leser has a Project Page
I spent most of the day working on Leser, and boy am I tired from a good long day of work.
PHP is just as bad. The file you want to load MUST be a PHP type unless you upload your data from a database. And since I have no time to fiddle around with databases at the moment, they only thing that makes sense at the present time is to just insert the data directly into the page. I had really hoped to use one page to act as a template for many others but for now, it's better this way.
So what does all this mean? It means that in the near future, and with more improvment to Leser, Tutorials and Cheat Sheets will be able to be uploaded on this site without the repetitveness of table tags and the like. I can write pages like I could with editing a Wikipedia page and not have wear myself out deciding how I should organizes these things or the tedious task of using tags properly as Leser will take care of that for me.
I think that last sentence didn't sound right. I'm too burnted out to fix it at the moment. I think I'll go outside for a brisk walk and some fresh air.
It is my hope to integrate Leser on this site especially when this site starts using LaTeX in the near future. But for now, I'm taking the rest of the evening off. More later.
One more thing, I made some style chages to tables on the project pages that might also effect the rest of the site. But like I said, I'll take care of it later.