haganfox at users.sourceforge.net
Thu Mar 9 17:22:11 CST 2006
On 3/9/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 09, 2006 at 02:58:01PM -0700, H. Fox wrote:
> > > We can always do "-> %code% [@ ... @]" -- it double-applies
> > > the wikistyle if %code% has "apply=block" in it.
> > I don't understand... Since the left margin is already there (in the
> > %code& wikistyle definition), why would someone do "-> %code% [@ ...
> > @]"? Why not just do "code margin-left=70px[@ ... @]" instead?
> Because I might want:
> ## Here's a numbered list item
> ---> %code% [@
> some indented stuff
> ## Another numbered list item
> In short, I think it makes sense for something like
> %code% to identify things such as borders, background
> color, font,
Some of those might clash with a skin or two. (For example, imagine
if someone tries a white-on-black page template. I once tried, but
too much styling was hard-coded into PmWiki at the time.)
> and perhaps a minimum indent level, but
> I don't think it should be solely responsible for
> the indent level. Part of me also thinks that
> %code% [@
> shouldn't be indented.
Heh... I was thinking the only things it should define are margin and
padding (and let the stylesheet take over from there). In that case
maybe we've come full circle, where
Shouldn't produce a trailing blank line. For some reason even an
empty wikistyle like this
doesn't produce the blank line. I added a fourth example to this page
> One last item -- I'm not sure if something like %code%
> should be defined for just the PmWiki group or
> for the entire wiki. Somehow I'm reluctant to
> define it site-wide, but I think it'll be confusing
> to authors and admins if it isn't ("why doesn't it
> format the same in the Main group?").
I'd say site-wide would be best.
> apply=pre might not be defined....now it is.
It works now. Thanks.
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