[pmwiki-users] Removing or changing styles in PmWiki

Sergio Lopes knitter.is at gmail.com
Sat Mar 21 10:24:42 CDT 2009

> This page should answer your questions Cookbook/SkinGuidelines. In
> particular you want the your css file to use the name used in either the
> .tmpl file (with "<link rel='stylesheet'...."), or the name used in
> "$HTMLHeaderFmt['skin'] =....". If you've copied the PmWiki skin to use as a
> starting point, your css file would be called pmwiki.css.
I'm calling my css from the template, it loads correctly. I have
loaded the file after PmWiki default styles, but still, all styles in
the file are applied, except for those that are placed by PmWiki. CSS
should be applied in hierarchically but I'm failing to understand why
it is not.

> I imagine you could set HTTPHeaders yourself, or, simply include a
> definition in the .tmpl file. Something like:
>  <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/>
I'm using the definition on the template, but placing it in the
template won't, at least to my knowledge, override any header
definition sent to the browser.

Thanks for the reply, I'll be looking at the documentation you mentioned.

Sem mais e com os melhores cumprimentos,

Sérgio Lopes

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