[pmwiki-users] skin question: pmwiki-inserted styles after HeaderText
Patrick R. Michaud
pmichaud at pobox.com
Fri Jul 20 08:31:57 CDT 2007
On Fri, Jul 20, 2007 at 01:44:55PM +0300, Algardas wrote:
> Good day, list.
> I have a question regarding skin templates.
> PmWiki puts a lot of style information after the comment
> <!--HeaderText--> in the template. Is there a way to control it?
Yes. The style information all appears in PmWiki's $HTMLStylesFmt
array, and local customizations can set values in $HTMLStylesFmt
to override PmWiki's defaults.
For example, to eliminate the core pmwiki.php styles, use:
$HTMLStylesFmt['pmwiki'] = '';
To eliminate PmWiki's settings for ?action=diff, use:
$HTMLStylesFmt['diff'] = '';
Since this comes up frequently enough I may introduce an
$EnablePmWikiStyles configuration variable that makes it
easy for sites/skins to disable the core inline styles.
> Now, if I remove <!--HeaderText-->, I may lose many definitions
> I'm not aware of, because I do not know all the internals of PmWiki.
You probably don't want to remove <!--HeaderText-->, as many
recipes and features will add more than just styles into the
output (e.g., <link /> and <meta /> tags often appear here).
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