[pmwiki-users] PmToc and SectionEdit

Petko Yotov 5ko at 5ko.fr
Fri Nov 22 06:21:23 PST 2019

I found a problem with an automatic TOC which is inserted right before 
the first heading in the page -- it separates the "sectionedit" link 
from the heading.

I've implemented a workaround for the next version.

You can get and test the pre-release from Subversion or download it as a 
ZIP archive from the ChangeLog page -- only pmwiki-utils.js changed for 
this fix.

Here is how to make both features work successfully with the latest 

For SectionEdit, enable $SectionEditHeaderLinkSpan:

   $SectionEditHeaderLinkSpan = true;

Optionally, if you want the "(Edit)" links to float to the right side, 
and to be smaller in size than the headings, add to pub/css/local.css, 
instead of the code I suggested earlier:

   span.sectionedit { float: right; font-size: .9rem; }

In a wikifarm, instead of local.css, you can add to farmconfig.php:
   $HTMLStylesFmt['float-sectionedit'] = 'span.sectionedit { float: 
right; font-size: .9rem; }';


On 22/11/2019 13:05, Petko Yotov wrote:
> I now see a problem, as the TOC is inserted just before the first
> heading, it pushes it down and separates it from its edit link. Let me
> think about it.
> Petko
> On 22/11/2019 12:59, Petko Yotov wrote:
>> You can add to pub/css/local.css this line:
>>   div.sectionedit { float: right; }
>> Alternatively, if you have a wikifarm, to apply this to all fields,
>> you can add in pmwiki/local/farmconfig.php:
>>   $HTMLStylesFmt['float-sectionedit'] = 'div.sectionedit { float: 
>> right; }';
>> This is without any configuration, so I assume it is like
>> $SectionEditHeaderLinkSpan = false;
>> Petko
>> --
>> If you upgrade :  http://www.pmwiki.org/Upgrades
>> On 22/11/2019 11:20, Johan Bengtsson wrote:
>>> I have tried using PmToc and SectionEdit together, and in general 
>>> this
>>> works well. This is with the pmwiki-responsive skin and pmwiki
>>> 2.2.120.
>>> Two things that I have noticed:
>>> With $SectionEditHeaderLinkSpan = false;, when clicking on a link in 
>>> the toc
>>> I will end up just below the Edit link for the section, so if I want
>>> to click on it I will have to scroll up a bit.
>>> With $SectionEditHeaderLinkSpan = true;, the above problem is gone.
>>> But now "Edit" appears at the end of every link in the toc. Is there 
>>> a
>>> way to prevent that?
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