User:Nava Muni/sandbox

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This page contains tests of my new SLVEC templates (among other things) ...


Code: My random title goes here
and the code
goes here
for all to see
and read!

Nava Muni

Hover Text (1): three

Hover Text (2): one


Kiosk Number: 1
Kiosk Type: tube
Date added: 13-Mar-2008
Description: A place to showcase my Mentor offerings
(and other such sundries).


Item Number: 1
Date: 13-Mar-2008
Prim count: 3
Script count: 1
Name: Upcoming Classes
Description: Announces my upcoming classes.
It's a simple object.

Item Number: 2
Date: 13-Mar-2008
Prim count: 1
Script count: 0
Name: A sign
Description: Announces my upcoming classes.


Title: Mac Primer for the non-Mac Mentor
Hosted by: Nava Muni
Date: 17-Mar-2008 (Monday)
SL Time: {{{sltime}}} SLT
Length: 60 mins
Location: SLVEC TheatersD (select Theater Center on the TP machine when you arrive at SLVEC CentralD)
Language: (assumed English)
RSVP: (none required)
Description: Do you know the difference between ⌘-1 and CTRL-1? Don't feel bad if your answer is "no." Most residents are PC users but there is a strong and growing Macintosh community. Come to this session for a basic primer of the Mac platform. We'll discuss the keyboard differences between the Mac and the PC, key combinations, right-clicking with a one-button mouse, and some of the unique hurdles facing our Mac-oriented neighbors. (NOTE: this session will be presented as chat-only/no-Voice.)



Calendar Event

A summaryThe description 7/13/2008 - 7/14/2008


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Fun!


(raw)
Monday, August 11, 2008 - 3AM SL Time - hosted by Simon Kline

(amo)
Monday, August 11, 2008 - 3 AM SLT - in English - hosted by Simon Kline



Item Number   Name: Attendance taker/handout giver
3 Description: A small device that allows its owner to collect attendance and give handouts for a class or session. Instruction notecard is included in the device.
Date: 15-Aug-2008
Prims: 1
Scripts: 1

Item Number   Name: Upcoming Classes
4 Description: Announces ALL upcoming "optional mentor classes" listed on the Volunteer Wiki page.
It refreshes its display every 30 minutes and, on touch, gives a link to the Volunteer-sponsored Classes page.
(If a Wiki-listed class is to be displayed on this device, the 'Optional Class' Wiki entry must use the Template:SLVEC coaching template.)
Date: 28-Mar-2008
Prims: 6
Scripts: 6

Item Number   Name: Mentor Landmark Giver
5 Description: Mentor Landmarks
Date: 28-Jan-2008
Prims: 1
Scripts: 1


Owner: Neovo Geesink
Name: teleporters
Location(s): SLVEC, Scathered at 16 key points
Description: interlinked teleporters; this makes crossing the sim and finding a certain location easier.
Notes: (none)
Added on: 26-Mar-2008 Quantity: 16 Prims (each): 1 Scripts (each): 3

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This Is My New Section

This specification defines Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 revision 1 (CSS 2.1). CSS 2.1 is a style sheet language that allows authors and users to attach style (e.g., fonts and spacing) to structured documents (e.g., HTML documents and XML applications). By separating the presentation style of documents from the content of documents, CSS 2.1 simplifies Web authoring and site maintenance.

CSS 2.1 builds on CSS2 [CSS2] which builds on CSS1 [CSS1]. It supports media-specific style sheets so that authors may tailor the presentation of their documents to visual browsers, aural devices, printers, braille devices, handheld devices, etc. It also supports content positioning, table layout, features for internationalization and some properties related to user interface.

CSS 2.1 corrects a few errors in CSS2 (the most important being a new definition of the height/width of absolutely positioned elements, more influence for HTML's "style" attribute and a new calculation of the 'clip' property), and adds a few highly requested features which have already been widely implemented. But most of all CSS 2.1 represents a "snapshot" of CSS usage: it consists of all CSS features that are implemented interoperably at the date of publication of the Recommendation.

CSS 2.1 is derived from and is intended to replace CSS2. Some parts of CSS2 are unchanged in CSS 2.1, some parts have been altered, and some parts removed. The removed portions may be used in a future CSS3 specification. Future specs should refer to CSS 2.1 (unless they need features from CSS2 which have been dropped in CSS 2.1, and then they should only reference CSS2 for those features, or preferably reference such feature(s) in the respective CSS3 Module that includes those feature(s)).