Well after quite a lot of testing and some re-writes here is the new graph package, you can download the .zip file here and you can see the demo page (which is included in the package) here and my live graphs page on my site here.
Many thanks to Henrik for his assitance in testing these graphs.
So far I have only one additional language file (Danish thanks to Henrik), if anyone else does nay more translations please let me have the files and I’ll add to the .zip for future users.
I hope there are not too many bugs left but please let me know if you do find any.
Can’t Attach it because the upload folder is full.
// Graphs Package V2.1 16th March 2008
// Change the data for each variable to your own language and try to keep
// the text length to the same as the English so it will fit OK on each graph
// When updates are needed for new graphs additions will be placed at the end
// and can then be copied over to your existing installed file so you should not
// need to re-tailor the whole file.
// If you do not want the text to be shown simply set the variable data to ""
$txt_mth1 = "Jan"; // January
$txt_mth2 = "Feb"; // February
$txt_mth3 = "Mar"; // March
$txt_mth4 = "Apr"; // April
$txt_mth5 = "Maj"; // May
$txt_mth6 = "Jun"; // June
$txt_mth7 = "Jul"; // July
$txt_mth8 = "Aug"; // August
$txt_mth9 = "Sep"; // September
$txt_mth10 = "Okt"; // October
$txt_mth11 = "Nov"; // November
$txt_mth12 = "Dec"; // December
$txt_day1 = "M
In referecnce to your alingment issue. I did not notice anything when viewing the source in IE. However, when viewing the page source in Firefox I noticed a ‘.’ after one of the tags. This is what I see when I paste the section into notepad++:
In Flashgraphsconf.php $rain_colour set it to the colour of your choice either by selecting the correct entry from the colour array or you can also set it to a colour by using the 6 digit hex code like ‘FFFFFF’ or ’ 666999’ or whatever you like, note you do not need the usual hex qualifier (the # character).
I have added the Dutch (-nl) and Swedish (-se) translations to the .zip file now. Thanks to edje and axelvold for those.
The problem with the’alt’ tag is that I’m using the Fusion Charts code so I need to see where thet is generated. I’ll take a look and see where I need to change it, after all I have modified their code already to get it to validate at XHTML so one more wont hurt.