[Pmwiki-users] Re: %class=something% (was Re: Extending ...)
Tue Mar 2 14:56:30 CST 2004
I think my biggest problem with extending the %...% markup is that it only works for a single block of text. If I wanted to change the typeface on a series of paragraphs, then I would need to do this for each of them. I would much prefer to be able to start a div, put in all of the stuff I want to
use that class, and then end it.
That is why I suggested doing it like tables are done. It gives a lot more flexibility for being able to do this.
From: Christian Ridderstr?m [mailto:chr at home.se]
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004 8:52 PM
To: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
Subject: [Pmwiki-users] Re: %class=something% (was Re: Extending ...)
On Mon, 1 Mar 2004, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 02, 2004 at 12:48:21PM +1100, Nathan Jones wrote:
> > Pm wrote:
> > True, but the beauty of having a markup specifically for assigning
> > classes is that you don't have to define a markup every time you add
> > a class. Have you seen Richard's post (Subject: Span and Div)
> > suggesting [[div]]?
> Sure, I even proposed it myself in an earlier post, and for some
> I'm not completely comfortable with that approach. I'd like to have a
> [[div]] markup that is less obtrusive. But I can go ahead and implement > [[div]] if there's sufficient demand for it (send me "yes" or "no" votes > via email).
I don't like [[div]]... but I can't really say way -- maybe because it's to HTML-specific? A solution that extends the %...% markup feels better
Christian Ridderstr?m http://www.md.kth.se/~chr
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