dominique.faure at gmail.com
Fri Mar 10 01:49:51 CST 2006
Back to my http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/ConditionalMarkup-Draft,
I apologize I didn't applied the
there, and more precisely this one:
* Don't use table markups for things other than tables.
Then to solve this, couldn't we have a kind of %dlcol% style available
to write nice lists as below:
The built-in conditions include:
:[@(:if name PAGENAME:)@]: %dlcol% - current page is named "[@PAGENAME@]"
:[@(:if group GROUPNAME:)@]: - current group is named "[@GROUPNAME@]"
:[@(:if auth LEVEL:)@]: - viewer is authorized at "[@LEVEL@]"
where [@LEVEL@] can \
be [@read@], [@edit@], [@upload@], [@attr@] or [@admin@]
Negated forms of conditions also work:
This style would be followed by something to adjust the left margin of
the definition datas as:
%define=dd15 apply=dd margin-left=15em%:
:[@(:if name PAGENAME:)@]: %dlcol dd15% - current page is named
The more reliable way would be to have parametrized styles which could
allow things like:
:[@(:if name PAGENAME:)@]: %dlcol(15em)% - current page is named
Is that possible?
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