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This is meant to allow you to 'nest' wikistyles. It is not truly nesting wikistyles but similar results can be achieved, such as
This is red text on a black background.
This is a different style of text', "overlaid" onto the other wiki style.
This is back to the red text on a black background which is what the quote block style is all about;
>>bgcolor=black color=red<< This is red text on a black background. >> bgcolor=blue color=yellow<< This is a different style of text', "overlaid" onto the other wiki style. >>bgcolor=black color=red<< This is back to the red text on a black background which is what the quote block style is all about; >><<...base wiki style works just fine, until you start dealing with colorful pages including other colorful pages as the included page tends to break the colors on the page it is included in.
This is meant to solve (sort of as a hack albeit) this dilemma.So, something like ...
>>bgcolor=black color=red<< This is red text on a black background. (:quoteblock style=post:) This text is using our div.post style which you can see in the attached quoteblock.php. (:quotend:) This is back to the red text on a black background, which is what the quote block style is all about; >><<... will basically look like the first example.
This is little more than a little script to implement a markup to allow a small measure of nested 'wikistyles', similar to how a sourceblock will not murder your existing wikistyle; This is the same idea.
(:quoteblock style=STYLE :) ... (:quotend:)where STYLE is one of the below, such as:
(:quoteblock style=quote:) (:quotend:) (:quoteblock style=post:) (:quotend:) (:quoteblock style=email:) (:quotend:)
Included in the attached file are the styles:
But you will likely want to modify/add your own.
It should work just fine, quite similar to how Cookbook:SourceBlock works as far as it's base interaction with wikistyles. (The idea of using a <div> tag should be credited to SourceBlock, not I (= )
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- 0.1 -- Tue, 11 Apr 2006 19:05:16 PST
- Initial, it works for me...
- I found a need for this while developing Cookbook:FeralBlog? as the PageLists were colorful and I was including pages which had various color markup. This has solved the abrupt termination of colors in this instance.