[pmwiki-users] Printing hidden html tags

John Rankin john.rankin at affinity.co.nz
Thu Oct 5 23:04:32 CDT 2006

On Friday, 6 October 2006 8:58 AM, Jos Elkink <jelkink at gmail.com> wrote:
>The question was asked a few months ago - I found it in the archives -
>but nobody answered. So I'm still stuck :). I have a newly installed
>pmWiki and there are of course loads of external links, like
>[[http://www.cantr.net|Cantr II]] and they are displayed as a
>clickable link with the name 'Cantr II'. But when I click on 'print',
>I want the URL to be visible, not just the name of the link. How can I
>do that? (Without making the URL visible when not using the print
>The README file in /pub/skins/print says "Changes the display of URL
>and mailto: links", but I can't find anything that is doing that,
>except for differences in the CSS. Is that all it means?
>Is there any module or something that does this?
>Thanks in advance!

The HTMLPrint skin that is part of the PublishPDF recipe gathers
all external links and lists them as endnotes to the document
when ?action=print

However, this is a big recipe and it may be more than you need or want.

John Rankin

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