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color syntax plugin

Möglichkeit 1: Ihr verwendet das Icon am oberen Rand des Eingabefeldes oder
Möglichkeit 2: Ihr verwendet nachfolgende Syntax:

<color green>text</color
<color blue/lightgrey>text</color>
<color #FF0000>tex</color>
<color /#FFff00>text</color>
<color rgb(80%,0%,0%)/rgb(100%,80%,100%)>text</color>
<color hsl(120,100%,30%)/hsl(180,50%,90%)>text</color>

spoiler plugin

Ermöglicht es Inhalte in einem Spoiler zu verstecken.

<spoiler> Inhalte </spoiler>

rss

Ermöglicht das einbinden von RSS-Feeds anderer Seiten.

<rss feed="your-link-to-feed" />

Ermöglicht das erstellen einer NavBox im Stil von Wikipedia.

Basic Tags

Syntax Tag Example Usage Result
<navbox>
Initiates the NavBox Container.
#
# My NavBox
Sets the title of the NavBox, at the top.
##
## Group 1 Title
Sets the title of a group of links, in the left column.
###
### SubGroup A Title

or

### !ns
Sets the title of a subgroup.
Note: This must follow either a Group Title Tag (##) or a list of links and must also have a list of links following (or one of the Advanced Tags), otherwise it will not form a proper group.
[[links]]
[[link1|Links]][[another|More]]
A list of links, which can be simply listed one after the other (as per example), or separated by
,

or

;
</navbox>
The closing tag for the container.

Example of Basic NavBox

Code Sample Output
<navbox>
# Animals
## Birds
### Carnivorous Birds
[[falcon]],[[eagle]],[[vulture]]
### Little Birds
[[hummingbird]],[[canary]]
</navbox>

Advanced Tags

Using an advanced tag will create it's own Group (equivalent of the ## tag) unless it is specified as a Sub Group (preceeded by the ### tag). It will close the previously created group, and after the Advanced Tag a new group will need to be created for further links.

Example:

<navbox>
# Title
## Group 1
[[some links]]
!ns                <<< This creates a new Group
## Group 3
### SubGroup 1
[[sub links]]
### !ns            <<< This creates a Sub Group inside Group 3 after SubGroup 1
</navbox>

Namespace Tag (!ns)

Creates a list of links in the current namespace, automatically creates the group name based on the lowest level of the current namespace. For example, if you are building the NavBox on animals:birds:carnivorous:start it will name the group „Carnivorous“. There are various modifiers that can be used below.

Modifier Example Result
###
### !ns
This is combined with the Sub Group tag, which indicates that the listing should be contained in the previously created group. This can be combined with the below modifiers as well.
+n
!ns+n [[other:namespace]]
This will force the plugin to list all pages contained in the specified namespace.
+t
!ns+t Different Title
This will override the automatically created title (or subgroup title) for the listing.
+nt
!ns+nt [[other:namespace|Custom Title]]
Performs both actions of the +n and +t modifiers.

WRAP-Plugin-Syntax

Basic Syntax:

<WRAP classes #id width :language>
"big" content
</WRAP>

**or**
<block classes #id width :language>
"big" content
</block>

or
<div classes #id width :language>
"big" content
</div>

An uppercase <WRAP> (or alternatively <block> or <div>) creates a div and should be used for „big“ containers, surrounding paragraphs, lists, tables, etc.

<wrap classes #id width :language>"small" content</wrap>

or
<inline classes #id width :language>"small" content</inline>

or
<span classes #id width :language>"small" content</span>

A lowercase <wrap> (or alternatively <inline> or <span>) creates a span and should be used for „small“ containers, inside paragraphs, lists, tables, etc.

Since version 2013-06-13 there is also a shorthand syntax (for wraps without content):

<WRAP classes #id /> or <block classes #id /> or <div classes #id />

and

<wrap classes #id /> or <inline classes #id /> or <span classes #id />

:!: Please note, some things won't work with spans: alignments (including alignments generated by changing the text direction), multi-columns and widths if the according wrap isn't floated as well.

Examples

The plugin comes with an example page, which should explain a lot and looks like this in the default template (see below).

Classes

The following classes are currently available:

class name description/notes
columns – similar to columns, side_note, styler, tip
column same as left in LTR languages and same as right in RTL languages
left same as column, will let you float your container on the left
right will let the container float right
center will position the container in the horizontal center of the page
col2..col5 will show the text in multiple columns determined by their amount (2, 3, 4 or 5), only works in modern browsers (no IE9 and below)
colsmall, colmedium, collarge will also show the text in multiple columns but determined by their width (small, medium or large), only works in modern browsers (no IE9 and below)
widths:!: experimental, might not work as expected, includes mobile support
half fits two columns in a row, should be used in pairs
third fits three or two columns in a row, should be used in triplets or together with twothirds
twothirds fits two columns in a row when used together with third, one 1/3 wide and another 2/3 wide
quarter fits four columns in a row, should be used in quads
alignments – similar to divalign, columns, styler:!: don't work with spans!
leftalign aligns text on the left
rightalign aligns text on the right
centeralign centers the text
justify justifies the text
boxes and notes – similar to box, note, tip
box creates a box around the container (uses colours from style.ini)
info (was information in first version) creates a blue box with an info icon
important creates an orange box with an important icon
alert (:!: was warning in previous versions) creates a red box with an alert icon
tip creates a yellow box with a tip icon
help creates a violet box with a help icon
todo creates a cyan box with an todo icon
download creates a green box with a download icon
round adds rounded corners to any container with a background colour or a border (only works in modern browsers, i.e. no IE)
danger creates a red danger safety note
warning creates an orange warning safety note
caution creates a yellow caution safety note
notice creates a blue notice safety note
safety creates a green safety note
marks – similar to emphasis, important_paragraf, importanttext
hi marks text as highlighted
lo marks text as less significant
em marks text as especially emphasised
miscellaneous
clear similar to clearfloat, should preferably be used with divs, i.e. uppercase <WRAP>s
tabs if wrapped around a list of links, will show those as tabs
hide hides the text per CSS (the text will still appear in the source code, in non-modern browsers and is searchable)
noprint displays text on the screen, but not in print, similar to noprint
onlyprint displays text only in print, but not on the screen
pagebreak forces a new page in printouts (not visible on the screen), similar to pagebreak
nopagebreak tries to avoid a pagebreak in printouts (not visible on the screen)
spoiler shows white text on a white background, only to be revealed by highlighting it; similar to hide
button when wrapped around a link, styles it like a button
tablewidth sets widths of tables inside to whichever width the wrap gets, partly replaces tablewidth
indent indents the text, could be used instead of tab
outdent „outdents“ the text, could partly be used instead of outdent
prewrap wraps text inside pre-formatted code blocks, similar to wpre

Known restrictions

  • WRAPs export to ODT format but not everything works 100%
  • Round corners only work in modern browsers (no IE8 and below).
  • Multiple columns only work in modern browsers (no IE9 and below).
  • Width classes are experimental and only work in modern browsers (no IE8 and below).
  • Normal DokuWiki Headlines used to not work and a work-around was added. Now that headlines do work, the work-around is not needed anymore but kept for backwards-compatibility. It was deprecated in version 2018-04-22 and disabled by default. They can be enabled by using the emulatedHeadlines config option. The following syntax would then produce two different kinds of emulated headlines inside any wrap:
    • //**__Big Underlined Headline__**// (They will look a bit different in safety notes.)
    • //**Small Headline**//

You might need to adjust a few of the classes to your template's needs, especially hi, lo and em. If you have a dark or otherwise heavily coloured theme, please use the darkTpl config option.

The classes are easily adjustable and extensible. Any wishes are welcome.

Widths

You can set any valid widths on any uppercase <WRAP> container: %, px, em, rem, ex, ch, vw, vh, pt, pc, cm, mm, in. Just set the width before or after or with the classes, e.g.

<WRAP someclass 50% anotherclass>...

All except percentages will be reduced to have the maximum width available on smaller screens.

You can also use the width keywords half, third, twothirds and quarter. To work correctly they need another wrap around them. E.g.

<WRAP group>
  <WRAP half column>...</WRAP>
  <WRAP half column>...</WRAP>
</WRAP>

will result in two columns next to each other, which will wrap underneath each other on smaller screens and mobile devices.

Languages and Text Directions

You can change the language and the direction of a container by simply adding a colon followed by the language code, like this:

<wrap :en>This text is explicitly marked as English.</wrap>

The text direction (rtl, right to left or ltr, left to right) will get inserted automatically and is solely dependent on the language. The list of currently supported languages is taken from: http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Template:List_of_language_names_ordered_by_code

If you like to mark a text with a different text direction than the default one, you should use divs, i.e. uppercase <WRAP>s. Otherwise the text alignment won't change as well.

This makes it a better replacement of ltr (and lang).

Demo

You can see a demo of the plugin on demo.selfthinker.org.

“Examples” (demo) in Russian (for v2011-05-15). Source.

Configuration options

Option Description Default value
noPrefix Which (comma separated) class names should be excluded from being prefixed with „wrap_“ (* and ? wildcards allowed) tabs, group
restrictedClasses Restrict usage of plugin to these (comma separated) classes (* and ? wildcards allowed) (empty)
restrictionType Restriction type, specifies if classes above shall be included or excluded 0
syntaxDiv Which syntax should be used in the toolbar picker for block wraps? WRAP (other choices: div, block)
syntaxSpan Which syntax should be used in the toolbar picker for inline wraps? wrap (other choices: span, inline)
darkTpl Optimise colours for dark templates? 0
emulatedHeadlines Use emulated headings? (deprecated) 0

Toolbar picker

The wrap picker in the editing toolbar adds the most common wrap syntaxes.

  • „columns“ creates a set of half columns
  • „simple centered box“ creates a standard box (60% wide, centered)
  • „info, tip, important, alert, help, download, todo box“ creates specifically themed boxes (also 60% wide, centered)
  • „clear floats“ creates a <WRAP clear/>
  • „especially emphasised, highlighted, less significant“ creates the respective marks
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wiki/syntax-addon.txt · Zuletzt geändert: 2019/10/01 09:24 von nemwar