[pmwiki-users] noleft query in skin.php for CSS change
nzskiwi at gmail.com
Tue Nov 13 02:14:22 CST 2012
Thanks to Petko and PM for some feedback here
I'm trying to develop a wiki
] where the header and footer (wikifooter
<http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/WikiFooter>recipe) are wiki pages like
and yet trying to maintain and support the directives I refer to below.
That is to say I'm trying to get to a point where no content is provided by
the skin, and less of the skin is driven by the template.
For me this means more of the site can be maintained by wiki users (albeit
with some control perhaps) without resorting to template magic.
I want to support the standard wiki markup, (the directives below) and it
seems to me that conditional
be very reflective of PmWiki state and settings.
It seems to me that if I can obtain the value of the directive I can hide
that part of the page (using CSS etc) where PmWiki does it by physically
not generating that part of the page.
I hope this explains why this would be a useful feature, and one that like
others may be more useful than originally envisaged,
On 11 November 2012 09:37, Christopher Cox <ccox at endlessnow.com> wrote:
> You won't get my vote. Why? Even things like notitle, noaction, etc..
> which I do realize are builtin, make the assumption about the skin template
> being used.
> And PmWiki's skin template design is SO flexible you can make extremely
> complex skins.
> The notitle, noaction, etc. directives are VERY easy to write on your own.
> And so you can add things, change them, etc... if it makes sense on your
> So.. I vote no... more or less because I feel the technique of notitle,
> noaction,etc... should have remained described in a Cookbook to begin
> Just my opinion...
> On 11/10/2012 02:23 PM, Simon wrote:
>> See and vote for
>> Description: Provide a page variable
>> (or page text variable
>> for each of the following
>> page directives <http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/**PmWiki/PageDirectives<http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/PageDirectives>>
>> indicates if they have been activated for a specific page
>> This will allow use in conditional markup
>> to support moving the wiki
>> header from the template to a wiki page
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