[pmwiki-users] Fix: Using inote markup as a systemwide LatestNews flag/sticky
k.a.bouton at reading.ac.uk
Mon Aug 15 04:06:24 CDT 2005
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Rankin [mailto:john.rankin at affinity.co.nz]
> Sent: Monday, August 15, 2005 3:00 AM
> To: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com; K.A.Bouton
> Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] Fix: Using inote markup as a
> systemwide LatestNews flag/sticky
> Try the latest markup extensions. Comments below.
> On Friday, 12 August 2005 4:21 AM, K.A.Bouton
> <k.a.bouton at reading.ac.uk> wrote:
> >I have been looking into postitnotes, stickynotes and
> inotes. Has one
> >takenover from the others?
> >With markup extension inote its nice to use the include page
> to create
> >a stickynote on all farm field homepages when there is
> something I need
> >to let everyone know eg Main.LatestNews
> >How do I change the format/look of it - especially without editing
> >extendmarkup.php and markup.css
> >1) I want the header in the sticky note to read the the (:title:) of
> >the page I am calling in
> >2) I don't want the edit link (I have hand edited the
> extendmarkup file
> >to remove this but thhere should be another way so I don't overwrite
> >this with
> You can set the $InoteTextFmt variable to control the look of
> the heading.
> >3) I want to be able to set the color of the sticky note as is done
> >with the postitnote extension.
> You can over-ride this in your pub/css/local.css file
> >4) And - getting fancier - Would be nice if I could use it
> >conditionally by date - if date of LatestNews is older that 30 days
> >don't show it
> (:inote days=30 LatestNews:)
> The format of the message is set in thr $InoteExpiredFmt variable.
> OTOH you can experiment with using a >>customdiv<<
> John Rankin
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