mike503 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 22:53:03 MSK 2009
You can turn off the table of contents index for the page too.
Possibly even page level using proprietary mediawiki tags.
But yeah it does become a bit redundant with that many items on the
page having their own headers.
On Mar 17, 2009, at 11:51 AM, Cliff Wells <cliff at develix.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2009-03-17 at 10:26 -0700, mike wrote:
>> Cliff - the new design is pretty cool, but I do have one complaint.
>> On pages like this:
>> Is there any way to just have it be a list, and not boxes? In certain
>> browser resolutions it's all messed up and it's much harder to follow
> Yeah, I've been debating that layout. The old layout (a list) didn't
> work so well because there's the automatically generated list on the
> right, so it became redundant.
> I'll work on a better layout.
> Just FYI, this here is a work in progress:
> This isn't a replacement for a regular index, but I think it will
> useful for people looking not only for module documentation, but a
> visual/contextual index layout.
>> That's a pretty unique Mediawiki skin... good job in creating
>> it. Mediawiki can be a real PITA.
> Thanks! It wasn't nearly as bad as I feared (once I'd gutted the
> default skin). I really wanted to avoid the "we tossed up a
> site in a hurry" look.
>> I'd say the same for any of the pages using the box format... it's
>> neat but it's not the most user-friendly IMHO.
> I'll work on this. I tend to agree with you.
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