Expanding the documentation
leo.iannacone at gmail.com
Sat Jun 28 16:37:22 UTC 2008
Phil Bull ha scritto:
> That sounds good. How were you thinking of implementing this?
> A simple solution would be to use the -moz-border-radius and
> -webkit-border-radius properties . That way, Mozilla and WebKit
> browsers would see the rounded corners whereas IE and Opera would fall
> back to standard square corners, which wouldn't look too bad anyway.
No, moz-border works only on mozilla's browsers. I've created images and
css... in this way all problems seem to be solved.
The new macro works in this way:
Here a snapshot of how it works:
And prints a similiar Banner of my Test page  (but now without
the problem corners).
To install it:
- copy css/ and img/ directories in Theme's directory and import
wiki-banner.css into screen.css stylesheet.
- copy WikiBanner.py file into data/plugin/macro/ directory.
- Please, for moin relases more than or equals to 1.5.*, see the
"PS:" message in the footer of this mail.
* If WikiBanner argument is not in this list, macro generates an
In tar.gz you can find all you need (I've included a src directory too,
where you can find how stylesheets were been generated).
 - http://wiki.ubuntu.com/LeoIannacone/Test
PS: For a Moin versions more than or equals to 1.5.*, please use
WikiBannerForNewMoinVersion.py file (there are new functions to
format html that there are not impemented in 1.3.* releases).
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