[Pmwiki-users] Re: Skins - a somewhat radical proposal
Sun Nov 14 17:25:48 CST 2004
On Monday, 15 November 2004 11:29 AM, Knut Alboldt <pmwiki at alboldt.de> wrote:
>but: just a simple question: if a skin is set per group, how could be
>avoided that a group names "print" or "publish" will be displayed with the
>templates meant for the action named "print" / "publish" ? How
>to distinguish ?
I think it might work like this:
By default, $ActionSkins['print'] = 'print';
If you have a group called Print, and don't want this to use the print skin,
rename pub/skins/print/ to (for example) pub/skins/printable/ and set
$ActionSkins['print'] = 'printable';
And if you want a separate skin for the Print group, you put it in
>and how could I change to another template within a skin (= ActionSkin
>according to the Action, what's about Groups / pagenames ?)
I think PmWiki would evaluate in the following order:
$DefaultSkin, $Skin, $Group, $FullName, $action
which gives a lot of flexibility while still being fairly easy to explain.
$DefaultSkin = 'pmwiki';
$Skin = 'banana';
$Group = 'Recipes';
$FullName = 'Recipes.BananaPancakes';
There might be a skin used for just one page or a pub/skins/Recipes skin.
And local/Recipes.php might set
$ActionSkins['publish'] = 'recipebook';
so a publish action in the Recipes group uses the recipebook skin.
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