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Fri Jun 10 22:18:00 CDT 2011
On 6/10/2011 8:52 PM, Petko Yotov wrote:
>> Agreed, but is there no reason why the two *have* to be the same.
> They don't "have" to, but when we convert from simplified wiki-markup to HTML,
> what PmWiki does is simple, quick and probably most convenient for most people
> in most cases.
>> Is there a way to provide different text for the ALT and TITLE?
> Not with the default PmWiki installation.
> Looking at your demo page, the easiest fix for the double caption may be to
> just disable one of the attributes, by adding such a line to config.php:
> $ImgTagFmt = "<img src='\$LinkUrl' title='\$LinkAlt' />"; # no alt
Another approach based on that idea might be something like:
$ImgTagFmt="<img src='\$LinkUrl' alt='\$LinkAlt' title='\$LinkText' />";
However, the caption isn't passed into the image handler function. Which
is reasonable given it's not part of the image tag.
> Looking at the Galleria documentation, I see that it is possible to get the
> description from a text element after the image, eg. from the "| caption" part
> generated by PmWiki. The method is shown here:
> The example will not work in PmWiki without some tweaking, but it shouldn't be
Thanks, that seems like a workable solution, although I've not yet been
able to find a selector that can get text after the BR.
Options for a more rigorous solution might be:
1] Since the caption is not currently part of the image it makes sense
the caption is not passed as a parameter into the image parsing
function. Is there a possibility to change this?
2] Or, allow for a separate definition of ALT and TITLE within markup.
Possibly separate the title from alt with another pipe delimiter.
3] Allow for some form of styling to be put around image and table captions.
Option  is probably the more generally usable, with the creation of
some form of $CationFmt variable. If this seems a reasonable approach,
I'll add a PITS entry.
~ ~ Dave
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