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One more easy one for today. What is the img tag width height you are using for the diagrams in html?
 
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Use the same standard guidelines that websites use for developing good user interfaces.

That means having html pages that are easily viewed and displayed on a monitor with a 1024x768 screen resolution; maybe up to 1280x1024. Also, grayscale your images so your submission isn't 300 gigs in size. You don't need to include HD images in your assignment.

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Is it ok to have images that need to be zoomed in?

My sequence diagrams get compacted when I export them from MagicDraw so that they can fit into the page. The only way to view them is to zoom in.

Thanks a lot.
 
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Alex Sharkoff wrote:Is it ok to have images that need to be zoomed in?

My sequence diagrams get compacted when I export them from MagicDraw so that they can fit into the page. The only way to view them is to zoom in.

Thanks a lot.



What is your definition of zooming in ? Clicking on the + sign that appears on the HTML page ? The end image for sequence diagrams will definitely be huge. There is no way you can fit them in 1024 X 768. As long as the viewer can scroll the contents of the image and view them clearly, you are good.
 
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I think the advice is not to provide zoom in etc - I think I saw this in the Humphrey Shiel presentation or book - dont remember. Also scrolling was discouraged. But with all these "non-functional" requirements to the submission process it makes it very difficult. May be you need to simplify the diagram - but then there is yet another advice that the diagram should not be too trivial :-)
its a balancing act for sure.
 
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your images so your submission isn't 300 gigs in size



You can always mail them a hard disk
 
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Thanks Deepak and Sivan for your replies.

My laptop with the assignment is in the Post office
 
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Cameron said: "That means having html pages that are easily viewed and displayed on a monitor with a 1024x768 screen resolution; maybe up to 1280x1024"

So if my diagram images have sizes less than 1280x1024 pixels but bigger than 1024x768, it's still okay, is not it?

Thanks a lot.

 
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