2010/11/27 Angel HerrŠez <email@example.com>
>†††† function with simple parameters (mainly, just the URL of the file to be loaded by the Jmol
>†††† applet) that would then entirely create the popup window.
Well, the HTML code must come from some place :-)
there rather than† in the php?
Currently, I think that the situation is :
This is mostly because the <jmol> tag has many options (for creating applets, controls, popup windows, ...) but it comes with a price in terms of complexity (characters escaping for several languages, the popup is produced by several codes, ...)
With the reactions from Wikipedia people, I have†decided to make the Jmol extension much simpler to use by editors of Wikipedia contents.
For example, I am currently designing basic tags instead of the <jmol> tag :†<jmolFile> to open a popup window with a Jmol applet for a molecular file already uploaded into Wikipedia, ...
My idea for the moment :
- Having a HTML template for the popup window, that is an HTML file with a few variable parts. If we need to have†different kinds of popup window (one for crystallography, one for proteins, ...), we can have several templates and even let other people create their own templates.
What†do you think ?