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April 30, 2011

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HTML5 with Class — Jon Tan 陳

HTML 5 DOCTYPE

Some time ago I was asked in an interview whether I preferred HTML or CSS. It was a bit like being asked if I prefer pens or pencils. I made an instinctive choice. I chose HTML. It’s the typography of data; the inflection in our voices; the grid of meaning upon which presentation can flourish. I find it beautiful when done well, and that’s why watching HTML 5 unfold with new and refined elements is fascinating to me.

This is a brief introduction to the new structural elements in the HTML 5 Working Draft, and how to use semantic class names in HTML 4.01 or XHTML 1.0 markup that correspond to the names of those structural elements. By doing so, you’ll get a head start in understanding how to use the new elements and also go some way towards using plain old semantic HTML if you’re not already.

i. Introduction

HTML 5 will be the first major change to our lingua franca since XHTML 1.0 in 2000; some might say HTML 4.01 in 1999. You’ve probably already seen the HTML 5 Working Draft of the 22nd January this year. The W3C HTML Working Group and WHATWG have been grafting away on our behalf, and trying to satisfy everyone in an open process. Not an easy task. Sometimes, amongst the concerns and the questions it’s easy to forget that, so I’m taking a brief second in between sips of coffee to acknowledge the hard work. Thanks, folks.

Let’s get to know these new structural elements a little better. If you’d rather go straight to the horse’s mouth before continuing I recommend a comfy chair, and a perusal of HTML 5 differences from HTML 4, edited by Anne van Kesteren. W3C documents seem to be getting easier to read, and this is no exception. If you’re sticking with me for a while, let’s get to it:

ii. The <header> Element

The header element is for page or section headings. Not to be confused with a traditional masthead, which often holds just a logo mark, it should also contain one of <h1><h6> in hierarchical rank. It could also contain meta information for that page or section of a page like “last updated”, a version number, or blog entry information like published date, author, etc.

A simple example for a page using a semantic class name that corresponds to the HTML 5 header might be:

<div class="header"> <h1>Page Title</h1> </div>

You could include the logo mark and other meta information within the layer. The next example for blog articles includes author and published date information (as well as an example of referencing the section and article elements with semantic class names):

<div class="section">  <div class="article">  <div class="header"> <h1>Page Title</h1> <p>By Author on [date]</p> </div>  [Article content…]  </div>  <div class="article"> [Repeat as required…] </div>  </div>

iii. The <nav> Element

The nav element should contain a set of navigation links, either to other pages, or fragment identifiers in the current page. Referencing it with semantic class names is simple:

<div class="nav"> <ul> <li>Menu item 1</li> <li>Menu item 2</li> [Repeat as required…] </ul> </div>

iv. The <section> Element

A section element defines a section of a page or a distinct piece of content. It would ordinarily have a header and possibly a footer. This is how we could represent it using semantic class names:

<div class="section">  <div class="header"> <h2>Section Title</h2> </div>  [Section content…]  </div>

I’ve also been using <div class="section"> to define a group of layers that are related (like news and events). In such an example, those sub-sections would be nested, each with their own <h1><h6> in rank order to maintain heirarchy. For example:

<div class="section">  <div class="header"> <h2>News and Events</h2> <p>The latest announcements and upcoming conferences</p> </div>  <div class="section"> <h3>News</h3> [Section content…] </div>  <div class="section"> <h3>Events</h3> [Section content…] </div>  </div>

Each section could also have a layer with a semantic class name of header if the content made it necessary.

v. The <article> Element

This is how the HTML 5 working draft explains article element:

“The article element represents a section of a page that consists of a composition that forms an independent part of a document, page, or site. This could be a forum post, a magazine or newspaper article, a Web log entry, a user-submitted comment, or any other independent item of content.”

Multiple article elements can also be nested. We looked at the example of a series of blog posts using semantic class names in the header section. This is an example using semantic class names in a unique article page with header and footer:

<body>  <div class="article">  <div class="header"> <h1>Title</h1> </div>  [Article content…]  <div class="footer"> [Footer content…] </div>  </div>  </body>

vi. The <figure> Element

The figure element contains embedded media like <img> and the new elements of <audio> and <video>. It also contains an optional <legend> element performing the function of a caption. Our semantic class name version could be like so:

<div class="figure">  <img src="*" alt="*">  <p class="legend">[…]</p>  </div>

vii. The <dialog> Element

The dialog element replaces a <dl> to contain converations like transcripts. Using it as a semantic class name is straightforward:

<dl class="dialog">  <dt>Speaker 1</dt> <dd>So I said to him, I said…</dd>  <dt>Speaker 2</dt> <dd>You never. You did? Oh my…</dd>  </dl>

viii. The <aside> Element

To quote the working draft:

“The aside element represents a section of a page that consists of content that is tangentially related to the content around the aside element, and which could be considered separate from that content. Such sections are often represented as sidebars in printed typography.”

I’ve been using “aside” as a class name for sidebars with mixed content, but my reading of the draft also indicates it may also be appropriate for pull-quotes and anything partially related to the main content, but not of it. See the sections relating to the ins and img elements for examples. It woud seem appropriate to use it with a semantic class name like this:

<body>  <div class="section"> [Section content…] </div>  [Repeat sections as required for main content…]  <div class="aside"> [Aside content…] </div>  <div class="footer"> [Footer content…] </div>  </body>

ix. The <footer> Element

This is what the working draft has to say:

“The footer element represents the footer for the section it applies to. A footer typically contains information about its section such as who wrote it, links to related documents, copyright data, and the like.”

In the changed elements section of HTML 5 differences from HTML 4, it also explains that, “The address element is now scoped by the new concept of sectioning.” This is important, because now, if you have multiple sections in a page, each can have both a header and a footer with a corresponding address in the footer for each if you deem it necessary. However, that would seem to be a rare use-case. Let’s stick with a more common one: A single footer for each page with a single address element; here’s how it might be done using a semantic class name:

<div class="footer">  <address>[…]</address>  [Other footer content …]  </div>

x. Multiple Class Names

Let’s recap a little: By using semantic class names, we give the information a semantic boost, and each chunk of related data is self-contained. However, it may have become obvious to some designers reading this that a side-effect of using this method, and eventually using HTML 5 elements themselves, will be lots of different content within containers of the same name. <div class="section">, for example. You might want to present different content very differently in the browser. Multiple class names will enable you to do that. class="section" can becomes class="section news", or class="section services". The "section" class name allows us to standardise some of the presentation; say, typography for example. The "news" class name will allow us to present it differently as a section variant.

So now we have the best of both worlds; the critical structural elements are included by default with more semantic class names providing hooks to apply our creativity to.

xi. End Notes

Bear in mind HTML 5 is a working draft so there will probably be some changes before it becomes a recommendation. It would seem unlikely that any of the new structural elements will be removed, but a sharp eye on the draft updates might be a good move.

Any errors in this article are my own. If you some across any, please let me know and I’ll make corrections.

xii. References & Further Reading

  1. References:
    1. HTML 5 Working Draft
    2. HTML 5 differences from HTML 4 and specifically, the new structural elements section
    3. Semantic class names
    4. Plain old semantic HTML (POSH)
    5. <header>
    6. <nav>
    7. <section>
    8. <article>
    9. <figure>
    10. <dialog>
    11. <aside>
    12. <footer>
  2. Further Reading:
    1. A Preview of HTML 5 on A List Apart by Lachlan Hunt
    2. HTML 5 Latest Working Draft at WHATWG
    3. WHATWG on Twitter
    4. W3C HTML Working Group

S ome time ago I was asked in an interview whether I preferred HTML or CSS . It was a bit like being asked if I prefer pens or pencils. I made an instinctive choice. I chose HTML. It’s the typography of data; the inflection in our voices; the grid of meaning upon which presentation can flourish. I f ...»See Ya

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A father, a husband, a speaker, a conference organizer, an author, and a reader.  A proud and happy resident of Cleveland, Ohio and a traveler of the world.  A man of many words in print but fewer in person, an aficionado of all kinds of music, and a semi-competent coder.  A veteran of the web going on 17 years now, a booster of markup and style, a creator of movements, and a defender of community and collaboration.  A lover, not a fighter.

What about CSS3?

It’s here, it’s coming, it’s stalled, it’s dead… depending on which of the various CSS modules and browsers you choose to scrutinize. For example, some of the advanced CSS selectors are supported by just about every browser in use today, and they’re part of CSS3.  Then there are things like CSS Transforms and Animations, which are well supported by a few browsers.  And then you have CSS Math, which is potentially interesting but not implemented in browsers (as it has not been for most of the past decade).

So it’s not a question that’s simple to answer.  There’s a different answer for every person.

Why reset styles?

Because browsers don’t all have the same defaults.  A reset levels the playing field.  However, as I’ve said many times, it’s most effective if you take a reset style sheet and alter to suit your own tastes, thus creating a personalized “reboot” style sheet.  Raw reset style sheets are a starting point.

What does your typical day look like?

Some administrative work for An Event Apart, a fair amount of feed reading, and a lot of e-mail.  It’s also pretty common to do content and other creative work for An Event Apart, writing talks and creating slides, and then there’s always blog, article, and book writing.

What do you do in your free time?

I work on some personal programming projects.  I meet weekly online with a group of Halo 3: ODST gamers and irregularly in real life with a group of Rock Band gamers.  I also try to make it to local web-related group meetings.  Of course, I travel a fair amount for work so these things don’t happen as often as I’d like.

Current favorite apps?

BBEdit, Transmit, Camino, Twitterrific, Eudora, and Osmos. Runners-up:  Thunderbird, NetNewsWire 2, and Darwinia.

What OS do you prefer?

Mac OS X.  I’m still on Leopard mostly because I don’t have the time to devote to an OS upgrade, and also because as some of my favorite applications get older, I get more and more wary that an OS upgrade will break them.

Small picture of your workplace?

The office is halfway through being reconfigured, so it’s a total mess right now.  I’ll just say it’s a smallish room in our converted attic with two windows offering a lovely view of the trees behind the house and a patch of sky where I can watch summer thunderstorms approach.

Favorite: Color, Font, Language, JS Framework?

Respectively:  navy blue, New Century Schoolbook, HTML, don’t have one.

Name something that has inspired you recently?

The documentary film “Man On Wire”.  What a fantastic work of art.

What do you prefer (and why): Freelance work or full time employment?

I prefer working for myself.  It has a lot of advantages, not least of which is that I can really never be fired.  It also lets me be closer with my family.  The downside is that as a U.S. citizen, I have to pay for my own health care and health insurance, and that’s not exactly inexpensive.  If I didn’t have access to a decent group plan through a local small-business coalition, it would be even more expensive.

What are your personal projects and goals for 2010?

To finish up my current book project for Wiley and start on the fourth edition of “CSS: The Definitive Guide”, and to keep focused on making An Event Apart the best event it can be and the premiere conference choice for web designers and developers.

More personally, I have a web service idea that a friend and I are going to try to build– it’s one of those “we wish this thing existed so we’ll have to make it happen ourselves” situations.  I’m also hoping to finish a much better version of HYDEsim incorporating work I did in conjunction with Nuclear Darkness and some additions of my own.  I’m most of the way there but my weakness at JavaScript programming has proven quite a hurdle.  Once that’s done, I have some old WordPress plugins that could really stand to be overhauled and updated, and sometimes I think I should revisit S5 to take advantage of CSS animations and transforms.

I also hope to find time this year to become more conversant in American Sign Language and maybe do some carpentry.

A father, a husband, a speaker, a conference organizer, an author, and a reader.  A proud and happy resident of Cleveland, Ohio and a traveler of the world.  A man of many words in print but fewer in person, an aficionado of all kinds of music, and a semi-competent coder.  A veteran of the web going ...»See Ya

Trophy Barber Shop

Mind Numbing Designs Of Peter Jaworowski

Take It To The Max & Zero Gravity

The Witcher 2 – Duel

No Strings Attached

Wrigley’s – 5 (Cobalt)

Discovery Channel – Deadliest Catch

Wrigley’s – 5 (Pulse)

Don’t Play

The Red Bulletin – Singapore

Martini Asti – Elements

Take It To The Max & Zero Gravity The Witcher 2 – Duel No Strings Attached Wrigley’s – 5 (Cobalt) Discovery Channel – Deadliest Catch Wrigley’s – 5 (Pulse) Don’t Play The Red Bulletin – Singapore Martini Asti – Elements via designm.ag ...»See Ya

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More Vintage Web Font Typography

Téléchargez les typographies du Commodore, de l’Apple, de l’Atari 400, de Acorn BBC Micro, du Sinclair ZX Spectrum, du Commodore 64, de l’Amstrad CPC et MSX… :-)

Bonjour à toutes et tous icon smile Téléchargez les typographies du Commodore, de lApple, de lAtari 400, de Acorn BBC Micro, du Sinclair ZX Spectrum, du Commodore 64, de lAmstrad CPC et MSX... : )

Ce matin on commence ce mercredi par un retour typographique dans les années 70-80 avec les polices bitmap qui ont marqué nos logiciels et nos interfaces de ces 30 dernières années. Mises en ligne par Damien Guard, il est possible de les télécharger (à la fin de l’article) pour ajouter un peu de 8-bit à vos compositions graphiques ou à vos ouvrages sur écrans !

bitmpa Téléchargez les typographies du Commodore, de lApple, de lAtari 400, de Acorn BBC Micro, du Sinclair ZX Spectrum, du Commodore 64, de lAmstrad CPC et MSX... : )

Téléchargements :

Commodore PET (1977)

Regular semi-serif
5-7 pixels
7 pixels
PETSCII
320×200 (40×25 text)
Unknown
Download in TrueType

Apple ][ (1977)

Regular condensed sans
3/5 pixels
7 pixels
ASCII
280×192 (40×24 text)
Signetics+?
Download in TrueType

Atari 400/800 (1979)

Bold sans
4-6 pixels
6 pixels
ATASCII
320×192 (40×24 text)
Unknown
Download in TrueType

Acorn BBC Micro (1981)

Bold sans
4-7 pixels
7 pixels
ASCII only
320×256 (40×32 text)
Unknown
Download in TrueType

Sinclair ZX Spectrum (1982)

Regular sans
6 upper, 5 lower
6 pixels
ASCII + own
256×192 (32×24 text)
Nine Tiles
Download in TrueType

Commodore 64 (1982)

Bold sans
6 pixels
6 pixels
PETSCII
320×200 (40×25 text)
Unknown
Download in TrueType

Amstrad CPC

Bold serif
6-7 pixels
6 pixels
PETSCII
320×200 (40×25 text)
Locomotive Software
Download in TrueType

MSX

Regular condensed sans
5 pixels
6 pixels
ASCII Extended
320×200? (40×25 text)
Microsoft?
Download in TrueType

 

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Déjà l'HTML5 | L'Cinque

Installez le plugin Flash pour voir l''animation :

Déjà les parodies du logo pour le HTML5 :-)

Allez ce matin on ouvre les yeux tout doucement sur les toutes nouvelles parodies du logo HTML5. Hier je vous parlais de la création de ce logo par le W3C, et déjà ce matin je vois fleurir des parodies. Ce qui est intéressant avec ces parodies c’est qu’elles nous éveillent parfois sur la vision du logo, ses références et le replace dans son contexte visuel. On appréciera donc ici la référence aux Autobots des Transformers, à la forme de bouclier, au sigle de Superman ou même, au Dieu dans le film Tron icon wink Déjà les parodies du logo pour le HTML5 : )

Le logo officiel

logovrai Déjà les parodies du logo pour le HTML5 : )

Les logos parodiques

Sans titre 1 Déjà les parodies du logo pour le HTML5 : )

html5 Déjà les parodies du logo pour le HTML5 : )

htmlfries Déjà les parodies du logo pour le HTML5 : )

html52 Déjà les parodies du logo pour le HTML5 : )

Si j’ai raté d’autres logos parodiques, n’hésitez pas à me les envoyer icon wink Déjà les parodies du logo pour le HTML5 : )

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Westminster

Westminster

Select font to view more information.

Westminster

Westminster

In the mid-1960s after banks began printing machine-readable account numbers on checks, a British font designer made an entire typeface along the same lines. No one took this typeface seriously, however, until Photoscript produced it, naming the typeface after the bank that helped Photoscript fund the font's production. Westminster was an instant hit, and the very font makers who had previously rejected the idea rushed out to commission alternative designs. This is the first of those designs, and it's the best. Although you're welcome to use only the numbers (perhaps you run a bank), the rest of the face can provide a number of interesting uses at both large and small sizes.

Westminster Select font to view more information. In the mid-1960s after banks began printing machine-readable account numbers on checks, a British font designer made an entire typeface along the same lines. No one took this typeface seriously, however, until Photoscript produced it, naming the type ...»See Ya

Re:placed [in]lines [was: ]content-generated image] fantasai

Re: replaced inlines [was: vertical-align content-generated image?]

From: fantasai <fantasai@escape.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 22:47:29 -0400
Message-ID: <3B394941.7E94183B@escape.com>
To: www-style@w3.org
Ian Hickson wrote: |  | On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, fantasai wrote: | > Ian Hickson wrote: | > | fantasai wrote: | > | > So I ask, what is the difference between [''] and nothing? | > | | > | The same as the difference between: | > |  <inline></inline> | > | ...and | > |  <none></none> | > | ...when the following stylesheet is applied: | > |  inline { display: inline; } | > |  none { display: none; } | > | > But you're changing the display here--this is the content | > property we're talking about, remember. |  | I was merely using that as an example. In the context of the | content property, the same applies: |content: ''| takes up | room (just like an empty inline) and |content: none| or | whatever it ends up being called just doesn't exist in the | rendering tree.  The fact that you're taking the box itself out of the rendering tree means you're fiddling with something other than the box's content.  ========================================================== | [...] | > | This is what my proposal (given above) does, except | > | with one property, by making it possible to say: | > | | > |    content: replaced(lala), 'some-content'; | > | | > | ...where "lala" is used if possible, and otherwise | > | 'some-content' is used instead. The working group | > | generally feels that it is better to not add new | > | properties if that can be avoided. | > | > Avoided by what, making function notation modify the | > meaning of the ~property~? | | Well it doesn't change the meaning of the property itself.  Then how come a url causes two different results based on whether it's in the url() notation or the replaced() notation?  | > As I've pointed out in English above, the values for | > replacing content and replacing elements mean different | things. |  | I'm confused. |  | Here are the cases I see need supporting for replacing | the content of elements: |  |    1. Don't replace anything, let the DOM determine what |       is used. |  |    2. Replace all the children of the element with a new |       set of content with its own formatting rules, for |       example mixed text and images. ("generated content") |  |    3. Replace all the children of the element with a |       single item that is out of the scope of the  |       stylesheet. ("replaced content") |  | None of these replace the element itself. When I've said | "replaced element" I have always meant "replaced content" | (and I apologise for not being clear).  In the first two instances, 'content' (auto or explicit) only affects the stuff inside the element's CSS box.  In the last instance, 'content' would not only affect the stuff inside the element's CSS box, but also change the nature of the CSS box.   Ok. Suppose I'm given a colander with vegetables in it. _m,#.__ \:::::/  <- colander with veggies -----  The contents of the colander are the vegetables. The content of the CSS box is its document content.  Now, if I put the colander in a sink full of water, the water will flow through the holes and soak its contents (my vegetables). Now, if I put the CSS box in an HTML document, the style rules will inherit through the box and affect its content (the document content).  I can replace the vegetables in my colander with some other vegetables. I can replace the document content in the CSS box with some other content.  The water still flows through the holes in the colander. The rules still inherit through the CSS box.  Now, suppose I decided to replace the colander with a Tupperware(R) of some lettuce. Now, suppose I decided to replace the CSS box with another document (like what happens with IFRAME).  The water doesn't flow through the Tupperware(R) box, and my lettuce doesn't get wet. The rules don't inherit through the replaced CSS box, and they don't affect the inserted content.  Do you see what I'm getting at?

Re: replaced inlines [was: vertical-align content-generated image?] This message : [ Message body ] [ Respond ] [ More options ] Related messages : [ Next message ] [ Previous message ] [ In reply to ] [ Next in thread ] [ Replies ] From : fantasai < fantasai@escape.com > Date : Tue, 26 Jun 2001 22: ...»See Ya

April 29, 2011

Trials and Trib-ululation

Benutzer:Schaufi

Benutzer:Schaufi

Hallo, ich heiße Andrea, komme aus Wien und bin gebürtige Ungarin. Wenn also jemand Fragen zum Thema Ungarn hat...!!! Ich habe vor, Artikel mit Thema Wien und Ungarn unter die Lupe zu nehmen... Und natürlich die Gebiete, wo sich meine Kinder auskennen! OttokarBild
Das Weder-Noch ist ein Warten auf das Sowohl-Als-Auch oder zumindest auf das Gewisse Etwas. Wenn man aber das Sowohl-Als-Auch haben will, bekommt man erfahrungsgemäß weder ein Sowohl-Als-Auch, noch das Gewisse Etwas, meistens nicht einmal ein Nichts oder ein Weder-Noch. Dann muss man entweder weiter warten oder gehen.

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Meine Interessen (wie ihr aufgrund der bunten Liste unten sehen könnt): Wien, Budapest, österreichische und ungarische Persönlichkeiten, Literatur, Kinderthemen, Medien und Theater. Was ich wirklich hasse, ist Knoblauch (bin aber keine Drakulina!)

1996 habe ich Schlafes Bruder ins Ungarische übersetzt.

Ich habe zwei wunderbare Kinder. Das ist mein Sohn (der jüngere)

Das sind meine Bilder Meine Homepage

24. November 2006: ich habe das oft kritisierte Burgtheater-ABC ins Nirvana (besser gesagt, zum Andenken auf meine BurgABC-Spielwiese) geschickt und den Inhalt in den Artikel hineingearbeitet. Nun bin ich wirklich FERTIG. Aber wenigstens habe ich den Abend des Wiki-Treffens, zu dem ich nicht hingehen konnte, produktiv verbracht...

11. Jänner 2007: neuer Meilenstein in der Geschichte des Burgtheater-Artikels. Gledhills monumentales und informatives Werk über die Direktionen des Wiener Burgtheaters habe ich mit Hilfe von Invisigoth67 aus dem Hauptartikel in einen eigenen Artikel ausgelagert.

Sommer 2007: Große Wikipause, aus mehreren Gründen... März 2008: Meine erste Gruppenausstellung -- ich war eine der elf Künstler!

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Sylvie Rohrer N - Bipol-Art N - Joachim Meyerhoff N - Regina Fritsch N - Kay Redfield Jamison N ( auch auf ungarisch N) - Adrian Eröd N - Café Hummel N - ORF-Hörspielpreis N - Urs Hefti N - Balatonalmádi Ü - Cercle N - Philip Tiedemann N - Claus Peymann kauft sich eine Hose und geht mit mir essen N -Sepp Dreissinger N - ImPulsTanz N - János Garay Ü - Pauline Knof N - Susanne Ayoub N - Lilian Faschinger N - Otto Brusatti N - Wolfgang Gasser N - Sepp Nordegg N - Elke Krystufek N- Theu Boermans N - Ilse Haider N - Burgtheater AUCH in der ungarischen Wiki, ich finde, von den nicht deutschsprachigen Versionen die gelungenste, das war jetzt alles andere als bescheiden...N - Andrea Clausen in der ungarischen WikiN- Christiane von Poelnitz N -- Markus Meyer N - Zsófia Boros N - Karo und der liebe Gott N - Petra Morzé N - Danielle Proskar N - Branko Samarovski N - Die Jungen der Paulstraße N - Markus Hering N - Dagmar Schratter N - Márta Sebestyén N - Robert Meyer N - Eine STADT. Ein BUCH. N - Wiener Kindertheater N - Ostalgie und Wickie, Slime and Paiper Ü - Ignaz Kirchner N - Agnes Husslein N - Ganztagsvolksschule Köhlergasse N - Der Kirschgarten N - Ungarische Sprache Ü -iWiW N - Attila József Ü -- Maria Altmann N -- Andrea Breth Ü - Annemarie Düringer N - Sabine Haupt N - Andrea Clausen Ü -Cornelius Obonya N - Drachenschatz N - Johannes Krisch N - Sven-Eric Bechtolf N - Klaus Trabitsch N - Minna von Barnhelm Ü - Burgtheater Ü -Minopolis N -József Antall N -- Nicholas Ofczarek N -- Zoltán Egressy N --Fenstergiraffe -- Ablak-Zsiráf N -- Haus des Terrors (Budapest) N - König Ottokars Glück und Ende N -Kinderfreibad N - Hot Dogs (Jugendbuch) N - Erstlesebuch N -Museum der Abenteuer N -Turul N -Max Friedrich N - Gewalt an der Schule Ä -Beifußblättriges Traubenkraut Ü -Clown & Co N -Confetti TiVi N - Der schiefe Turm N -Erich Schleyer N -Fidesz – Ungarischer Bürgerbund N -Forscherexpress Ü -Ganztagsschule Ü -Hannes Schwarz N -Knickerbocker-Bande Ü -Thomas Brezina Ü, in der Wiki-hu [1]N - Tiger-Team Ü -Tischmutter N -Tom Turbo N -Wien-Detektiv N -Zoltán Pokorni N - Realschule Ü - Robert Schneider in der Wiki-hu[2]N - Budapest Ü - Vera Russwurm und Vera (Fernsehsendung) N - Am Schauplatz N - Vorlage: Navigationsleiste Theater in Wien N

Was ich nicht gern mache

Seit einiger Zeit bearbeite ich nicht gern Themen, die eng mit der aktuellen ungarischen politischen Lage zusammenhängen, ab und zu muss ich aber eingreifen, wenn ich Behauptungen sehe, die nicht neutral formuliert sind und/oder als Theoriebildung aufgefasst werden können.

Pläne

Zur Zeit beschäftige ich mich oft mit dem Artikel Burgtheater, ich wäre froh, wenn auch andere mitmachen würden. Der Artikel ist am 26. Mai 2006 lesenswert geworden (Originalzustand des Artikels)! Hier bedanke ich mich herzlich für die Korrekturen, Ideen und konstruktive Kritik! Es gibt noch viele Burgschauspieler, deren Links knallrot (Fehlende Burgschauspieler) leuchten. Nachdem viele die Listen im Artikel kritisiert haben, überlege ich, Listenartikel anzulegen, und sie mit dem Hauptartikel zu verlinken. Die Listenartikel sollten aber ergänzt und präzisiert werden. Außerdem interessieren mich Artikel über Wien, insbesonders über Währing, bzw. Artikel mit ungarischem Bezug. Ich möchte gern Artikel über die Region Almenland (Teichalm/Sommeralm), bzw. über Fladnitz an der Teichalm schreiben. Toll wäre noch ein Artikel über Schloss Walchen (OÖ) bei Vöcklamarkt, in dem sich ein Kindermuseum befindet, das wenige kennen und dessen Link im Artikel Kindermuseum keinen Platz hatte, deswegen notiere ich ihn hier, um ihn nicht zu vergessen: Schloss Walchen, Kinderwelt-Museum. Zur Zeit ist das Schloss im Vöcklamarkt-Artikel integriert und kaum verlinkt, obwohl es was Besseres verdient! Und über die Ergänzungsprüfung Deutsch gibt es noch auch keinen Artikel. Collegium Hungaricum (Ungarisches Kulturinstitut) und die Österreichische Orient-Gesellschaft Hammer-Purgstall wären auch je einen Artikel wert... und die unaussprechlichen Trzesniewski -Brote auch... Café Hummel, Nemzeti Színház zum Überarbeiten...

Meine Hobbys

  • Wikipedia (Wikisucht-Test)
  • International Who is Who -- iwiw.net Lest meinen Beitrag über iWiW! Mit der Hilfe dieses Systems kann man Bekannte, Freunde, Verwandte aus aller Welt finden -- bis dato sind die meisten User irgendwie mit Ungarn verbunden, weil man nur mit einer Einladung ins System kommt.
  • Alles, was kreativ ist. Ich liebe zum Beispiel Seidenmalerei und ich mache das sehr gern mit meinen Kindern -- ein Hobby, das eine sehr beruhigende Wirkung hat. Außerdem male ich gern mit Acrylfarbe. Wenn ich Lust habe.
  • Natürlich Theater. :-)
  • Natürlich Mails schreiben :-)
  • Mein Blog. Chatten tue ich nicht, nur in einem Chatroom, das aber sehr gern :-) Wo, das verrate ich nicht.

Vertrauen

Benutzer, mit denen ich gut zusammenarbeiten kann und/oder vor denen ich Respekt habe

Personendaten

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Monobook, PDN ein- und ausschalten

Fußnoten

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Benutzer:Schaufi Hallo, ich heiße Andrea, komme aus Wien und bin gebürtige Ungarin. Wenn also jemand Fragen zum Thema Ungarn hat...!!! Ich habe vor, Artikel mit Thema Wien und Ungarn unter die Lupe zu nehmen... Und natürlich die Gebiete, wo sich meine Kinder auskennen! OttokarBild Das Weder-Noch ist ...»See Ya