[pmwiki-users] Image frames and the "frame", lfloat, and rfloat classes

Simon s-i-m-o-n at paradise.net.nz
Thu Aug 11 05:22:35 CDT 2005

I want to override the styles,
which is difficult to do if they are the last in the cascade.

I recommend that everyone who creates their own pmwiki.css
'''does not'''
copy the base pmwiki.css,
rather they create an empty .css file and  have as the first line
@import url("/pmwiki/pub/skins/pmwiki/pmwiki.css");
and then add or change what they want.



PS rfloat, rframe, are really excellent, they work far better than the 
old right and align=right, and having captions built in is brilliant - 
thanks Patrick

Patrick R. Michaud wrote:

>On Mon, Aug 08, 2005 at 07:44:28PM +1200, Simon wrote:
>>Could the classes "frame" "lfloat" and "rfloat" currently included in 
>>the wiki page
>>be moved to pmwiki.css
>>   .frame
>>     { border:1px solid #cccccc; padding:4px; background-color:#f9f9f9; }
>>   .lfloat { float:left; margin-right:0.5em; }
>>   .rfloat { float:right; margin-left:0.5em; }
>Why?  I don't want to require every skin designer to have to
>duplicate these settings in a .css file for what is PmWiki basic 
>One can disable these settings by using
>    $HTMLStylesFmt['wikistyles'] = '';
>One can disable all of the custom style outputs by using
>    $HTMLHeaderFmt['styles'] = array();
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