[CentOS-docs] Wiki FrontPage Proposition
ra+centos at br-online.de
Mon Oct 15 09:42:37 UTC 2007
Dag Wieers wrote:
> I think we do not have to reinvent any wheel. Most users are accustomed to
But that *would* mean reinventing the wheel (at least in Moin), while
the Navibar already is there *and* is available on all pages without
further intervention. True, the contents of the navibar have to be done
in wikiconfig.py and aren't easily editable, but that's about the only
drawback I see.
> EVENTS: |
> T-DOSE 2007 | _Documentation on CentOS._ Help yourself with
> LinuxWorld NL | our FAQ and Tips-and-tricks. Browse to our....
> FOSDEM |
> | _Contribute to CentOS._ Make yourself useful
> | and provide bugreports and feedback. Join....
> NEWS: |
> Item 1 great | _Promote CentOS._ Show Centos to people and
> Item 2 cool | usergroups. Design flyers, stickers and....
> Item 3 neat |
> | _Donate to CentOS._ Provide us with the funds
> | we need so hard to operate this project....
> PLANET: |
> Post 1 mighty | _About CentOS._ What is CentOS? Who is
> Post 2 fancy | running this project? Who can I contact....
> Post 3 wicked |
I haven't seen a theme for moin yet which is able to do that. The two or
three themes which have sidebars *only* have the NaviBar in there. What
could be possible is a table which has it's own CSS information and
which then might be put at the left or the right side of the page. But:
If you want this content on *all* pages, all pages have to be touched.
> BTW Thanks for your patience, I can imagine that it is not easy with a
> bunch of perfectionists (like me) ;-)
But do you have *any* idea on how to accomplish that in Moin? >:)
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