[pmwiki-users] Lack of ability to use % in CSS directives a real pain
tamouse.lists at gmail.com
Sat Jun 11 22:51:07 CDT 2011
On Jun 11, 2011, at 9:25 PM, CSGA_KPX wrote:
> 'Pct' is replaced by % in markup translation.
> in scripts/wikistyles.php
> '/^%(.*)%$/' => '$1',
> '/\\bbgcolor([:=])/' => 'background-color$1',
> '/\\b(\d+)pct\\b/' => '$1%',
> I use this code on pmwiki.org
> %block width=50pct % xx %%
> and it produces
> <p style="width: 50%;"> xx
> Hope this helps.
> 2011/6/12 Tamara Temple <tamouse.lists at gmail.com>:
> > In http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/WikiStyles , one of the Known
> > is:
> > "Percents in style definitions (like: %block width=50% %) require
> the use of
> > "pct" instead of "%"."
> > This is a REAL pain, because "pct" is not valid (nor necessarily
> > CSS unit. Thus my desire to have 3 divs side-by-side each taking
> up 1/3 of
> > the space is not possible without rewiring the skin template, thus
> making it
> > not portable to other skins. Is there ANY chance this can be fixed?
Ah, I see my problem. I was using a (:div:) with style info; the %
works there fine.
I would have used the %block% markup, but I need to include several
blocks (a heading and a list, basically) in each of the three portions.
Sorry for the confusion/intrusion.
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