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plugin:cssperpage [2018-09-27 01:25]
turnermm [Syntax]
plugin:cssperpage [2019-11-29 12:14]
Dr-Yukon
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-====== cssperpage Plugin ======+====== CSSPerPage Plugin ======
  
 ---- plugin ---- ---- plugin ----
-description: Enables setting of CSS on a per page, per section basis.+description: Enables setting of CSS on a per page, per section basis
 author     : Myron Turner  author     : Myron Turner 
-email      : turnermm03@shaw.ca +email      : turnermm02@shaw.ca
 type       : syntax type       : syntax
-lastupdate : 2018-09-17+lastupdate : 2018-09-15
 compatible : Elenor of Tsort,Frusterick Manners,Greebo compatible : Elenor of Tsort,Frusterick Manners,Greebo
 depends    :  depends    : 
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 downloadurl: https://github.com/turnermm/cssperpage/archive/master.zip downloadurl: https://github.com/turnermm/cssperpage/archive/master.zip
-bugtracker : # eg. http://github.com/turnermm/dokuwiki-plugin-cssperpage/issues +bugtracker : https://github.com/turnermm/cssperpage/issues 
-sourcerepo : # eg. http://github.com/turnermm/dokuwiki-plugin-cssperpage/+sourcerepo : https://github.com/turnermm/cssperpage
 donationurl:  donationurl: 
  
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 ===== Examples/Usage ===== ===== Examples/Usage =====
  
-''Cssperpage'' enables setting of CSS styles for an entire page or for sections of a page by placing HTML divs around either the entire page or sections. The CSS must be placed in the style.css file of the plugin directory.+''Cssperpage'' enables setting of CSS styles for an entire page or for sections of a page by placing HTML divs around either the entire page or sections. The CSS references these divs and/or their classes. The CSS must be placed in the style.css file of the plugin directory.
  
 This is a screen shot of a page which uses ''cssperpage'' to create styles. The demo folder of the ''cssperpage'' plugin has a sample dokuwiki page that will produce these styles in combination with the style.css file bundled with the plugin. This is a screen shot of a page which uses ''cssperpage'' to create styles. The demo folder of the ''cssperpage'' plugin has a sample dokuwiki page that will produce these styles in combination with the style.css file bundled with the plugin.
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-{{  https://i.imgur.com/nPoR7gf.png?direct&510  }}+{{  https://i.imgur.com/nPoR7gf.png?direct&500  }}
  
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 <code> <code>
     ~~cssp_openDIV~~     ~~cssp_openDIV~~
-    ~~cssp_user_defined_name_openDIV~~+    ~~cssp_user-defined-name_openDIV~~
     ~~cssp_closeDIV~~     ~~cssp_closeDIV~~
 </code> </code>
  
-Each ''openDIV'' form will create an open HTML div tag with a class name.  In the case of %%~~cssp_openDIV~~%% the class name will be ''opencss'' In the case of a user defined name, the class name will be the user defined name.  Each openDIV mus have a closing %%~~cssp_closeDIV~~%%.  The id for these DIVs is ''#css_per_page'', the class is ''opencss''.  It will create HTML that looks like this:+Each ''openDIV'' form will create an open HTML div tag with a class name.  In the case of ''%%~~cssp_openDIV~~%%'' the class name will be ''opencss'' In the case of a user defined name, the class name will be the user defined name.  Each ''openDIV'' must have a closing ''closeDIV''.  The id for these DIVs is ''#css_per_page''. The default class is ''opencss'', and the user defined class is the \\ ''user-defined-name''.  The HTML will look like this:
  
 <code> <code>
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 </code> </code>
  
-You can enclose an entire page between and openDIV and a closeDIV or a part of the page.  But if you are enclosing a part of the page, the open and close DIVs cannot cross over edit section boundaries.  An edit section  bouondary is marked by DokuWiki's in page edit buttons (as opposed to the edit button or link found outside the page, in the tool bars, top of the page, etc).  +You can enclose either an entire page between an openDIV and a closeDIV or a part of the page.  But if you are enclosing a part of the page, the open and close DIVs cannot cross over edit section boundaries.  An edit section  boundary is marked by DokuWiki's in-page edit buttons (as opposed to the edit button or link found outside the page, in the tool bars, top of the page, etc).  
  
 === The CSS === === The CSS ===
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 <file css style.css> <file css style.css>
 /*user defined class */ /*user defined class */
-#css_per_page.user_defined_name {+#css_per_page.user-defined-name {
   font-size:14pt;   font-size:14pt;
 } }
plugin/cssperpage.txt · Last modified: 2020-07-26 15:45 by turnermm