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plugin:overlay [2019-04-18 10:59]
turnermm [Alternate Templates]
plugin:overlay [2019-05-15 17:58]
turnermm [Alternate Templates]
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   tpl_toolsevent('​ovltools',​ array());   tpl_toolsevent('​ovltools',​ array());
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-Place this code where you want your link or button to appear. Whether you get a lilnk or a button will depend on the [[#​toggletype|toggletype]] configuration option. ​ You can style the link or button using the css in ''​overlay/​style.css'',​ where you will find two place-holders:​+Place this code where you want your link or button to appear. Whether you get a link or a button will depend on the [[#​toggletype|toggletype]] configuration option. ​ You can style the link or button using the css in ''​overlay/​style.css'',​ where you will find two place-holders:​
 <code css> <code css>
 /* mark  settings here as !important. ​ For instance, ​ color: green !important; */ /* mark  settings here as !important. ​ For instance, ​ color: green !important; */
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 a.overlaytools {} a.overlaytools {}
 </​code>​ </​code>​
- +The ''​tpl_toolsevent()''​ is now deprecated. Therefor if you are  using a current template that no longer supports ​the ''​tpl_toolsevent()''​ function, then you cean insert your own link or button into your template. ​  Use one of the following:
-==== Alternate Template ​(pre-Detritus==== +
-If you are not using Detritus or lateror if you are not using the default dokuwiki template, then you will have to insert your own link or button into your template. ​  Use one of the following:+
  
 <code html> <code html>
plugin/overlay.txt · Last modified: 2019-05-15 17:59 by turnermm