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ModPro is a web application program that provides the ability to create website using modular programming principles.
ModPro is much more than another HTML preprocessor that merely allows you to include files and define macros.
Modular Programming Markup Language (MPML) is the name of the language used by ModPro. MPML is an XML based scripting language, like HTML or XSL.
At the most basic level MPML provides support for modules that can be defined and referenced from anywhere. It also provides an inclusion mechanism to insert the contents of one file into another file. This allows you to define module libraries and include them in multiple files.
At a more advanced level MPML provides support for creating custom modules in XSL that are used to implement some custom functionality. A collection of custom modules is called a custom module package, or ModPack. The core ModPro module package XSL file is mpml.xsl.
￭ Java Runtime Envinronment (JRE) version 5 or later
Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, 7
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ModPro software is licensed by Open Source Alliance. Users must abide by the conditions found on the Open Source Alliance license.
Scope of Permission: ModPro is open source software. It can be used or modified by anyone.
Please refer to the howto documentation for instructions on installing the software.
ModPro is open source. Therefore, users are free to use or modify the software. Open Source Alliance has granted ModPro the permission to change its license as they see fit.
The Open Source Alliance provides support for the ModPro software, users can submit support requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ModPro releases are provided by the Open Source Alliance. If you are interested in using these
releases, please contact the support team for more details on how to download the relevant installation package.
For historical reasons, releases prior to version 1.12.0 are not available for download from this location.
User’s manuals are provided for all editions of ModPro. These manuals contain all user documentation required for the program.
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ModPro is developed and maintained by a team of volunteers, and is funded solely through volunteer effort.
Since ModPro does not contain any commercial components, this project is not subject to any financial support.
￭ Apache License, Version 2.0
You’ve probably come across the photo compression software Photoshop.
The image is divided into pixels.
Each pixel has a gray value representing the color intensity at the pixel’s location on the image.
The image is saved to your hard drive with each pixel having a unique address.
The image contains all possible combinations of gray values.
If the image is 100 pixels wide and 200 pixels tall, it contains 200,000,000 pixels.
If you print an image on paper, it’s pixels are then transformed into color.
Let’s take a look at why we need to compress pictures.
On your hard drive images may also be stored in JPEG format.
JPEG is a standard file format for computer-generated images, such as on the Web.
JPEGs images are very large. The file size grows as a square of the image width and height.
The technical name for this behavior is called Huffman encoding.
JPEGs also tend to look too similar on screen.
JPEG does a good job in preserving the image information but does a poor job in reducing file size.
The compression is performed in two steps, both of which rely on human perception of color.
In the first step, a set of pixel values is used to estimate the frequency of each possible value of the pixel.
The estimated frequencies are stored with the color of each pixel.
The second step uses a different set of pixel values to actually modify the image.
The image is broken up into parts and every part, which may not be divisible by the size of a pixel, is replaced by a sequence of pixels.
This process is called quantization.
Each part is then compressed using a compression algorithm, such as Huffman encoding.
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￭ DHTML-style preprocessor for the HTML language
￭ Supports the inclusion of external files
￭ Support for XHTML via the DOCTYPE declaration
￭ Implements modules
￭ Support for XSL files that define custom modules
￭ Supports the URL-based import of external files
￭ Some example documents are available, but for the most part information is contained in the ModPro documentation.
￭ modpro/www.doc (for the html document overview)
￭ modpro/development/xhtml.mp (for the xhtml documentation)
￭ modpro/development/modules/custom-modules.mp (for the documentation on the custom module package)
￭ modpro/development/stylesheets/mp.xsl (for the documentation on the custom module package)
￭ modpro/source/mp.xsl (for the custom module document template)
￭ modpro/source/mpml.xsl (for the main module package template)
￭ modpro/source/resources/header.html (for the module package header)
￭ modpro/source/resources/footer.html (for the module package footer)
4.1. Including a Module
You include a module by including its resource definition in a tag that is referenced by an include-self directive.
4.2. Inclusion of an External Module
You use an external file to include a module.
The path of an external file is specified by the file attribute. As usual, the path can be absolute or relative. If the path is relative, it is relative to the current file. If the file is not available, an error will occur. The file can also be specified by an URL or an MPML script. See section 4.6. URL Based Module References.
Alternatively, the module can be referenced by the ID of a referenced module. The ID is taken from the root module package if it is within the current module package. Otherwise, the module package containing the referenced
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￭ ModPro will also work with Internet Explorer 5-6
￭ You will need to have the Mpack Player.exe application on your computer as well
￭ This application must be installed to the default web page folder
￭ This is the folder where ModPro files are stored
￭ To get ModPro working with IE, you need to define a default web page in your browser.
￭ When you define a web page using ModPro it will be accessible from a new URL
￭ This URL will begin with and will be prefixed by the name of the web page you defined using ModPro
￭ The name of the web page must be all lower case
￭ ModPro files are stored in the directory below the web page you defined using ModPro.
￭ Another example:
￭ The URL for the web page you define using ModPro MUST be prefixed with and the name of the web page.
￭ The web page you defined using ModPro must be accessible from the URL specified above.
￭ The name of the web page must be all lower case.
￭ The folder containing the ModPro files must exist and be readable by the Apache or other server you are running ModPro on.
￭ If your server uses a different file structure or has a different permissions set than you see here you will need to adjust your configuration to make it work.
￭ This problem can be overcome using a small command line program. This program, when used with ModPro, can create, and download XSL files for the URL you provide.
￭ This program can be run from within the ModPro windows that you use to define web pages using ModPro.
￭ ModPro will be installed in the web page
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