|Posted: 02/02/2001, 3:25 PM
Thanks for your response. Please see inline questions and comments.
> CodeCharge generates very simple HTML code that is so generic we didn't
> really spend time trying to pinpoint the lowest HTML version that it is
> requirement is that your browser can handle Tables. Therefore I think it's a
> safe bet to assume HTML 3 compatibility.
> As for CSS, we have several examples of CSS 1 styles, but it's really up to
> you to define either CSS or HTML style that you'd like to use.
It would nice to be able to decide whether to use Css or HTML, visually create
all CSS needed and then let CC apply your choices when it generates the code.
This would save a lot of time.
> The generated ASP code is based on VBScript and there is no option to use
> JScript or PerlScript, etc.
So, CC applications have to my run on Microsoft servers? Also, if you use
VBScript then isn't CC using Microsoft's DOM version? If so then wouldn't that
mean that code generated by CC will not render well in Netscape Navigator 6.0
because Microsoft's version of DOM is not compliant with the DOM1 standard?
> You cannot import the CodeCharge project or the generated code into
> UltraDev, however you may use Dreamweaver, Frontpage, HotMetaL Pro, GoLive,
> etc. to modify the HTML after generating the final version of your project.
> Hope this helps,
> Jerry <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > I have a few questions regarding CC.
> > 1. Does it create cross browser code (NN 4, IE 4/5, NN
> > 6)?
> > 2. If not, what browsers does CC target in the code that
> > it generates?
> > 3. What standards does the CC generated code adhere to?
> > DOM 1?
> > DOM 2?
> > HTML 3?
> > HTML 4?
> > CSS 1?
> > CSS 2?
> > 4. What scripting language does CC use when generating
> > pages (JScript, VBScript, other)?
> > 5. Can you change the scripting language used?
> > 6. Can you edit pages created with CC in UltraDev4?
> > Thanks for response.
> > Jerry
|Posted: 02/03/2001, 3:01 AM
> > The generated ASP code is based on VBScript and there is no option to
> > JScript or PerlScript, etc.
> So, CC applications have to my run on Microsoft servers?
Only the ASP code.
The generated PHP, Perl, ColdFusion and JSP will run in most environments
> Also, if you use
> VBScript then isn't CC using Microsoft's DOM version? If so then wouldn't
> mean that code generated by CC will not render well in Netscape Navigator
> because Microsoft's version of DOM is not compliant with the DOM1
We use VBScript on the server side. ASP code can be based on several
scripts. We use VBScript, which is most commonly used with ASP.
We do not deal with client-side scripts and we generate pure HTML, read by
CodeCharge was built with the purpose to remove the layer of
We generate simple, compact, rubust code that will run everywhere.
It's up to you to make it more complex and compatible with only specific