[Proteopedia] Redirect when Java is missing?
eran.hodis at weizmann.ac.il
Thu Feb 18 07:11:11 EST 2010
Thanks Angel, we implemented this solution and now you can browse Proteopedia without Java, although you will be missing out on the most important part of Proteopedia: the interaction with 3D molecules.
>From Angel Herráez <angel.herraez at uah.es>
Sent Tue 2/16/2010 10:11 PM
To Forum for the Proteopedia User Community <proteopedialist-for-users at bioinformatics.org>
Subject Re: [Proteopedia] Redirect when Java is missing?
If PP is using Jmol.js, the place of the JmolApplet will be automatically filles with a yellow
notice advising to install Java.
When I first disabled Java in my browser yesterday, while displaying a non-home page in
PP, I'd say that I saw that yellow box in the same page I had. It was quickly replaced by the
non-Java Main Page, which is the only one I could see thereafter, no matter where tried to
Oh yes, I've just seen the same today, and in a different browser: the page initially loads
with the yellow notice provided by Jmol.js, then it is replaced by the Main_Page_Static
So, just removing the redirect would preserve the non-Java content in pages.
If you want, you can customize the yellow note to say something more PP-specific just by
overridng the relevant function in Jmol.js. I've done it before to give a message in Spanish.
The procedure is briefly documented inside Jmol.js (I can give help if you need it).
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