[pmwiki-users] Issues with Custom Fonts, Font Awesome, HTML
info at theskybluegroup.co.uk
Tue Jan 19 05:01:25 PST 2021
Do you think it might be possible to make it pull from my Kit instead?
Not all the icons I want exist in the Free version, but it seems like if you link to your online kit, you can make your own icons and put them in there.
The kit code is <script src="https://kit.fontawesome.com/7ef8040ce0.js" crossorigin="anonymous"></script>
I tried putting the URL into the code you gave on the Cookbook but that didn’t work.
If this is too much trouble no need to respond as I can manage without them. But if you can answer it easily, I’d be grateful.
> On 18 Jan 2021, at 10:01, Petko Yotov <5ko at 5ko.fr> wrote:
> 1. Installing custom fonts correctly and available cross-browser is sometimes tricky. Don't let it discourage you.
> 2. You should avoid enabling HTML, the feature you need can be done without it.
> 3. The recipe Cookbook:FontAwesome was indeed old and without a maintainer. I am now taking over the maintenance and I rewrote the installation instructions and most of the page. The font is now enabled on that page and can be tested.
> 4. That page contains instructions for the actual and current FontAwesome release, which has all needed files, styles, fonts, and settings for different browsers. If you are trying to use a font different from "FontAwesome Free", installing it will likely be different -- if you need assistance, please provide more information.
> On 16/01/2021 23:16, Jamie Ward wrote:
>> I’d like to be able to display symbols (PS4 or Xbox controller
>> buttons) within my Wiki pages.
>> On web pages, I use a custom font and font-face script.
>> I could find no documentation at all about custom fonts, so looked for
>> some workarounds.
>> The first thing I could was using Font Awesome within PMWiki - which
>> would satisfy (https://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/FontAwesome)
>> However I followed the very simple instructions carefully, and it did
>> not work, after several hours testing I gave up.
>> The issue there was if you take the code it wants to use to implement,
>> <i class="fa fa-info-circle"></I> , then PMWiki just shows the code.
>> I tried surrounding it like so (div: <i class="fa
>> fa-info-circle"></I>:)(:divend) - still didn’t work. Neither did
>> Then I tried to use both EnableHTML, and ConvertHTML to make PMWiki
>> read that code <i class="fa fa-info-circle"></I>
>> These threw up config errors, and although people had published later
>> code for different versions of PHP, none of those worked.
>> And they all seemed to be from 2008-2014. Is all of this functionality
>> deprecated and no longer supported? Or am I being really dense?
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