(load (string-append laml-dir "laml.scm"))
"A simple page"
"This page demonstrates a few of the functions in the HTML library."
(em (con-space "This paragraph has been emphasized by means of the"
(b "em") "function."))
"Let us also show a simple table, which is one of the real convenient
elements in LAML:"
2 ; border
(list 100 200 100)
(list red green blue)
(list "Here" "is" "some")
(list "tabular" "text" "")))
(b "This ends this simple page"))
(make-color 255 255 191) black blue blue
|We see a simple WWW pages written in LAML. The first interesting thing is the function generic-page-1, which
generates all the html, body and title stuff, which is found on any WWW pages written in HTML.
The con-par function is just a string-append variant, which concatenates paragraphs of text.
The functions em and b mirror the similar HTML tags.
The table-1 function is one of our convenient abstractions of HTML tables. We make a three column table with
given widths, and a border of 2 pixels. The table proper is defined by a list of table rows. Each row is itself a list.
The make-color function makes a color from red, green, blue components.