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Light blue HTML template thread [Bugs|Features|Support]

Post by DonGato » Tue Aug 12, 2003 3:30 am

The Light blue HTML template for the AniDB export feature is being updated constantly and so I have some room for updates and fixes requests. I'm using all the information available at the moment (or all that is useful IMO). The template is feature complete, meaning that there are no other planed features to be added for now or until a new SDK is released, so you can make new suggestions. ;)

Any support request or bug report should be added here.

Example (built with SDK)
Real export for DonGato

The template use images, CSS, JavaScript, Cookies and latest HTML technologies to have a nice feature rich page usable in most known browsers.

Some of the features are:
  • Anime list with filters, selectable number of entries and selectable anime title type (Romanji, Kanji, English). This list is also searchable by anime name.
  • One page navigation (Internet Explorer 6 and Mozilla based browsers only).
  • Show/Hide files for all Episodes.
  • Show/Hide files for a single Episode (activated by clicking in the + sign).
  • Full use of images for a clean look. Hovering over images bring the text value or other data associated to the image. Some images are clickable but Mozilla doesn't support the cursor style so be aware of this.
  • Generation of a customized ed2k link with support for CRC, codecs and more. There is also an option to replace spaces by dots or underscores.
  • If your browser is Internet Explorer or Mozilla clicking over the ed2k link will copy the data to the clipboard instead of executing the link (customizable).
  • Remember settings between sessions if cookies are enabled.
  • Runtime switchable styles. You can make yours by changing the included CSS files with a tool like TopStyle Lite.
Included manifest wrote:(C) 2003-2006 by DonGato
Version: 3.1 (10.05.2006)

Required Images (new for v3.1):
http://www.anidb.net/files/html-lightblue/images.zip

Light blue HTML theme:
- Most of the available data at aniDB is used
- Search for anime titles inside your collection
- Filter MyList data by status, state or type
- Sort MyList data by any column in ascending or descending order
- Images are used but included in a separate package
- Heavy usage of CSS and JavaScript
- No pop-ups nor multiple pages to navigate (not in Opera)
- It uses cookies (not required but recommended)
- Tested with Internet Explorer 6.0 SP2, FireFox 1.5.0.3 and Opera 8.5
- Customizable ed2k link style
- Customizable anime/episode title type
- Selectable copy to clipboard feature
- Three different color styles available (Light Blue as default, White and Green)
Changelog wrote:History:
10.05.2006
Updated Genres (categories) and Companies
Fixed some wrong handling of new features
Added ESC handling to return from anime page
05.05.2006
Added ANN link when available
Updated to reflect AniDB video, audio and sub streams changes
Added and updated some images
26.07.2005
Removed some files states and images
Added and updated some images
01.01.2005
Fixed sorting code (unicode in names was breaking the sort)
Fixed a bug with filtering by letter
Changed the letter navigators to be easier to handle
Minor CSS style changes
Added an audio flag (eng/ch)
24.12.2004
Fixed a bug with applying filters when in last page view
Added column sorting to MyList page (ascending and descending)
Added applied filter status notification
Some minor formating changes and page size reduction
14.12.2004
Minor changes/fixes and page loading message (useful for big lists)
02.10.2004
Some minor fixes and changes
Updated design (position of elements) to be more like AniDB
27.09.2004
Updated to SDK 0.9 (new features)
16.08.2004
Added CRC to custom ed2k
Minor layout fix for Search
Fixed recap bug
13.08.2004
Added search of anime names
Some fixes for the recent major update
Reduced size of exported files
11.09.2004
Improved MyList page (now with only one list and filters)
Major update in data handling (now using JS arrays)
Integrated all pages in one and added some extra features
In Opera two pages are still needed
18.04.2004
Some new info added (Temp Rating, Awards, New Titles etc)
Updated MyList layout to fit more series
15.04.2004
Fixed custom ed2k link
29.09.2003
Fix for storage showing (shouldn't be source as added on 07.09)
08.09.2003
Added Anime Planet recommendations for similar anime
07.09.2003
Added source information (hover over the icon to get the info)
01.09.2003
Added episode status in anime list
Added different color styles selection to myList and Anime pages
26.08.2003
Added state icons in myList and episodes/specials status in the anime page
15.08.2003
1.0 release with lots of improvements
UPDATED: 12.05.2006 07:00 GMT
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Post by DonGato » Tue Aug 12, 2003 12:58 pm

Updated thread and example site with new data. :)

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Post by Iceman[grrrr] » Tue Aug 12, 2003 2:34 pm

Your header :

User: test
Created: 08.07.03
Animes in list: 15
Episodes in list: 71
Files in list: 72
Size: 14.221.110.425 (13 GB)

did not update with your updated list... maybe there's a bug in your template or you changed the data manually! :?

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Post by DonGato » Tue Aug 12, 2003 2:47 pm

The data used is from a dataset provided by exp. This data is FIXED and bogus. ;)

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Post by DonGato » Fri Aug 15, 2003 2:19 am

Well, now is ready and will be posted by exp in the next few days.

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Only One Request

Post by chriv » Fri Sep 05, 2003 4:47 pm

I have only one request for the new and improved "light-blue" template.

I really have a need for the "Storage" field.

I use this to track the Volume Name of the CD/DVD-R that I burned my anime to.

I can REALLY make use of this feature.

Currently, the only way I can see this info is by logging into anidb online.

I love the template, thanks for all the hard work!!! :D

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Post by DonGato » Fri Sep 05, 2003 8:24 pm

Ok. Will add it soon but as a tooltip when hovering over an image. Is this ok?

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Post by DonGato » Mon Sep 08, 2003 9:41 am

Source information (something like notes) and Anime Planet recommendations were added. You should wait for 1.4 to be up or yo can see the changes on the test link.

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Need for "Storage" field.

Post by chriv » Fri Sep 26, 2003 12:42 pm

DonGato wrote:Ok. Will add it soon but as a tooltip when hovering over an image. Is this ok?
This would be great. My need for the "Storage" field in this export template is very real. Without it, I have no way of knowing what anime is on what disc.

Thanks for the help!!!

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Post by DonGato » Fri Sep 26, 2003 2:23 pm

Well, this is already in long ago. Let me know if it doesn't work in current published code.

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Storage field (again)

Post by chriv » Sun Sep 28, 2003 6:00 pm

I've been downloading exports in "html-lightblue" format, and I cannot find the "storage" field anywhere.
Well, this is already in long ago. Let me know if it doesn't work in current published code.
You can see it in use at http://chuckrenner.com/myanime. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, or I can't see the forest for the trees.

The "source" field is there.

And I can see "On CD" as a tooltip when I hove over a CD icon (the "state" field). I thought this is where the tooltip would be for the "Storage" field.

But I cannot see the name of the disc that I have put my anime on (which is what I use the "Storage" field for).

Am I missing something? Am I looking in the wrong place?

Thanks so much for your help.

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Post by DonGato » Sun Sep 28, 2003 8:47 pm

Well, in your example I can't find a file that has the 'data_file_source' value used. Could it be that you were talking about 'data_file_other' instead?

Take a look at this example (the Fake file in completes). There is a 'page' icon and if you hover you will see the data attached to the 'data_file_source' value.

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Post by Shantock » Sun Sep 28, 2003 9:01 pm

Maybe the problem here is how to get to the info.. To see the 'page' icon DonGato's talking about, you need to first click the anime, and then click the "show/hide"-thing. Then you will see the 'page'-icon.. Where the allegded info is supposed to be.. I don't really know if this is the problem.. Just clarifying things a bit. 8O

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Storage field (again)

Post by chriv » Mon Sep 29, 2003 2:38 am

You don't know how much I appreciate your help on this.
DonGato wrote:Well, in your example I can't find a file that has the 'data_file_source' value used. Could it be that you were talking about 'data_file_other' instead?

Take a look at this example (the Fake file in completes). There is a 'page' icon and if you hover you will see the data attached to the 'data_file_source' value.
Thank you for your rapid response. The field that shows up on the tooltip for the 'page' icon for the fake file is what I have been referening to as the "source" field.

That is not the field I am looking for. I have been looking for the "storage" field, not the "source" field.

When you add a file or files to the anidb using the ed2k dump, you can specify wether they are "watched" or "unwatched", their "state" (the media type), their "source" (irc, bittorrent, ed2k, etc.), and their "storage" (usually a hard drive name, a folder name, a CD Volume Name, etc.)

I don't know what the equivalent field for "storage" is in EXP's export API. It might just be "data_file_other". I really do not know.

Thanks again, and I look forward to your reply!

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Post by DonGato » Mon Sep 29, 2003 3:26 am

Ok. Will be fixed for 1.5.
I mistaken the field used because exp told me some people used source for where they store the files. :P

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