Minor style update.
authorGregg Kellogg <gregg@kellogg-assoc.com>
Sun, 07 Apr 2013 19:16:00 -0700
changeset 1568 6ddcd46bd552
parent 1567 d6eddedabe01
child 1569 b65db6e9258f
Minor style update.
test-suite/index.html
--- a/test-suite/index.html	Sun Apr 07 19:08:39 2013 -0700
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@@ -40,72 +40,80 @@
 
      <div id="content">
         <div class="breadcrumbs"><a href="../">JSON-LD</a> &gt; Test Suite</div>
-        <h2 id="introduction">Introduction</h2>
-
-        <p>The JSON-LD Test Suite is a set of tests that can
-        be used to verify JSON-LD Processor conformance to the set of specifications
-        that constitute JSON-LD. The goal of the suite is to provide an easy and
-        comprehensive JSON-LD testing solution for developers creating JSON-LD Processors.</p>
-
-        <h2 id="design">Design</h2>
-
-        <p>Tests are defined into <em>compact</em>, <em>expand</em>, <em>frame</em>, <em>normalize</em>, and <em>rdf</em> sections:
-        * <em>compact</em> tests have <em>input</em>, <em>expected</em> and <em>context</em> documents. The <em>expected</em> results
-          can be compared using JSON object comparison with the processor output.
-        * <em>expand</em> tests have <em>input</em> and <em>expected</em> documents. The <em>expected</em> results
-          can be compared using JSON object comparison with the processor output.
-        * <em>frame</em> tests have <em>input</em>, <em>frame</em> and <em>expected</em> documents. The <em>expected</em> results
-          can be compared using JSON object comparison with the processor output.
-        * <em>normalize</em> tests have <em>input</em> and <em>expected</em> documents. The <em>expected</em> results
-          can be compared using string comparison with the processor output.
-        * <em>rdf</em> tests have <em>input</em> and <em>sparql</em> documents. The results are tested
-          by performing the RDF conversion and using this as the default document for an <code>ASK</code> query
-          contained within the <em>sparql</em> document using a SPARQL endpoint. The end result is a
-          yes/no on whether the expected triples were extracted by the JSON-LD processor.</p>
-
-        <h2 id="contributing">Contributing</h2>
-
-        <p>If you would like to contribute a new test or a fix to an existing test,
-        please follow these steps:</p>
+        <section>
+          <h2 id="introduction">Introduction</h2>
 
-        <ol>
-        <li>Notify the JSON-LD mailing list, [email protected],
-        that you will be creating a new test or fix and the purpose of the
-        change.</li>
-        <li>Clone the git repository: git://github.com/json-ld/json-ld.org.git</li>
-        <li>Make your changes and submit them via github, or via a &#8216;git format-patch&#8217;
-        to the <a href="mailto:[email protected]">JSON-LD mailing list</a>.</li>
-        </ol>
-
-        <p>Optionally, you can ask for direct access to the repository and may make
-        changes directly to the JSON-LD Test Suite source code. All updates to the test
-        suite go live on Digital Bazaar&#8217;s JSON-LD Test Suite site within seconds of
-        committing changes to github via a WebHook call.</p>
-
-        <h2 id="how_to_add_a_unit_test">How to Add a Unit Test</h2>
-
-        <p>In order to add a unit test, you must follow these steps:</p>
+          <p>The JSON-LD Test Suite is a set of tests that can
+          be used to verify JSON-LD Processor conformance to the set of specifications
+          that constitute JSON-LD. The goal of the suite is to provide an easy and
+          comprehensive JSON-LD testing solution for developers creating JSON-LD Processors.</p>
+        </section>
 
-        <ol>
-        <li>Pick a new unit test number. For example - 250. To be consistent, please use
-        the next available unit test number.</li>
-        <li>Create a markup file in the tests/ directory with a .jsonld extension.
-        For example: tests/rdf-250.jsonld</li>
-        <li>Create a SPARQL query file in the tests/ directory with a .jsonld or .sparql extension.
-        For example: tests/rdf-250.sparql</li>
-        <li>Add your test to manifest.jsonld.</li>
-        </ol>
+        <section>
+          <h2 id="design">Design</h2>
 
-        <p>The test suite is designed to empower JSON-LD processor maintainers to create
-        and add tests as they see fit. This may mean that the test suite may become
-        unstable from time to time, but this approach has been taken so that the
-        long-term goal of having a comprehensive test suite for JSON-LD can be achieved
-        by the JSON-LD community.</p>
-</div></div></div>
-<div id="manifests" class="container">
-  <h2>Test Manifests</h2>
-</div>
-</body>
+          <p>Tests are defined into <em>compact</em>, <em>expand</em>, <em>frame</em>, <em>normalize</em>, and <em>rdf</em> sections:
+          * <em>compact</em> tests have <em>input</em>, <em>expected</em> and <em>context</em> documents. The <em>expected</em> results
+            can be compared using JSON object comparison with the processor output.
+          * <em>expand</em> tests have <em>input</em> and <em>expected</em> documents. The <em>expected</em> results
+            can be compared using JSON object comparison with the processor output.
+          * <em>frame</em> tests have <em>input</em>, <em>frame</em> and <em>expected</em> documents. The <em>expected</em> results
+            can be compared using JSON object comparison with the processor output.
+          * <em>normalize</em> tests have <em>input</em> and <em>expected</em> documents. The <em>expected</em> results
+            can be compared using string comparison with the processor output.
+          * <em>rdf</em> tests have <em>input</em> and <em>sparql</em> documents. The results are tested
+            by performing the RDF conversion and using this as the default document for an <code>ASK</code> query
+            contained within the <em>sparql</em> document using a SPARQL endpoint. The end result is a
+            yes/no on whether the expected triples were extracted by the JSON-LD processor.</p>
+        </section>
+
+        <section>
+          <h2 id="contributing">Contributing</h2>
+
+          <p>If you would like to contribute a new test or a fix to an existing test,
+          please follow these steps:</p>
+
+          <ol>
+          <li>Notify the JSON-LD mailing list, [email protected],
+          that you will be creating a new test or fix and the purpose of the
+          change.</li>
+          <li>Clone the git repository: git://github.com/json-ld/json-ld.org.git</li>
+          <li>Make your changes and submit them via github, or via a &#8216;git format-patch&#8217;
+          to the <a href="mailto:[email protected]">JSON-LD mailing list</a>.</li>
+          </ol>
+
+          <p>Optionally, you can ask for direct access to the repository and may make
+          changes directly to the JSON-LD Test Suite source code. All updates to the test
+          suite go live on Digital Bazaar&#8217;s JSON-LD Test Suite site within seconds of
+          committing changes to github via a WebHook call.</p>
+        </section>
+
+        <section>
+          <h2 id="how_to_add_a_unit_test">How to Add a Unit Test</h2>
+
+          <p>In order to add a unit test, you must follow these steps:</p>
+
+          <ol>
+          <li>Pick a new unit test number. For example - 250. To be consistent, please use
+          the next available unit test number.</li>
+          <li>Create a markup file in the tests/ directory with a .jsonld extension.
+          For example: tests/rdf-250.jsonld</li>
+          <li>Create a SPARQL query file in the tests/ directory with a .jsonld or .sparql extension.
+          For example: tests/rdf-250.sparql</li>
+          <li>Add your test to manifest.jsonld.</li>
+          </ol>
+
+          <p>The test suite is designed to empower JSON-LD processor maintainers to create
+          and add tests as they see fit. This may mean that the test suite may become
+          unstable from time to time, but this approach has been taken so that the
+          long-term goal of having a comprehensive test suite for JSON-LD can be achieved
+          by the JSON-LD community.</p>
+        </section>
+
+        <section id="manifests" class="container">
+          <h2>Test Manifests</h2>
+        </section>
+</div></div>
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@@ -121,4 +129,5 @@
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