[Pmwiki-users] Embedded Comments
Patrick R. Michaud
pmichaud at pobox.com
Thu Jul 10 09:36:52 CDT 2003
I need opinions and suggestions from the group--I have at least three ways
in which I can implement a %comment% WikiStyle:
(1) by placing the commented text inside of HTML <!-- ... --> comment markup,
(2) by setting the CSS display property for the text to "none", which
prevents the commented text from being displayed by the browser
(3) by simply excluding the commented text from the HTML output entirely
I'm leaning towards #2, since WikiStyles have a natural affinity to
CSS, but want to know if others have opinions and suggestions on this.
Also, note that these aren't mutually exclusive--if any of the
above are adopted, it would be fairly simple for someone to customize
markup to use one of the other methods.
Comments (sorry, bad pun!) on this are greatly desired.
On Wed, Jul 09, 2003 at 08:18:36PM -0600, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> I've been thinking about adding %comment% as a WikiStyle--I'll try to
> add it to the next release. The %comment% would work until the next
> WikiStyle encountered or the next LF.
> Sound okay?
> On Wed, Jul 09, 2003 at 09:06:51PM -0500, John Feezell wrote:
> > Is there a way to place embedded comments within a page so that they show
> > in the edit window but not in the rendered HTML. This would be helpful in
> > giving instructions to users of particular pages when they edit a page,
> > e.g., [%comment]Please place your entry at the bottom of the page and
> > remember to place ---- on a seperate line after it. Everything from
> > [%comment] to the next LF would be treated like [= =] but would also not be
> > rendered in the final HTML.
> > Thanks.
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