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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSkins (r1.8 - 16 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix)
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Overlay regular templates with alternate header/footer layouts

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Skins overlay regular templates with alternate header/footer layouts; topic text is not affected


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSkins (r1.7 - 14 Sep 2001 - PeterThoeny)
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Skins are customized TWiki Templates files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example, the layout of the header and footer. Rendered text between header and footer does not change. You can also use skins to define an alternate view, like a view optimized for printing.

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Skins are customized TWikiTemplates files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example, the layout of the header and footer. Rendered text between header and footer does not change. You can also use skins to define an alternate view, like a view optimized for printing.

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--++ Defining Skins

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Defining Skins


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSkins (r1.6 - 10 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix)
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Skins are customized TWikiTemplate files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example the layout of the header and footer. Note that the renderd text between header and footer does not change. You can also use skins to define an alternate view, ex: a view optimized for printing.

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Skin files are located in the twiki/template directory and are name with this syntax: <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the print skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl (red color added for clarification).

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Overview

Skins are customized TWiki Templates files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example, the layout of the header and footer. Rendered text between header and footer does not change. You can also use skins to define an alternate view, like a view optimized for printing.

--++ Defining Skins

Skin files are located in the twiki/templates directory and are named with the syntax: <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the Printable skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl.

Activating Skins

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The ?skin=name URL parameter overrides the SKIN preference value.

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The ?skin=name URL parameter overrides the SKIN Preference value.


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSkins (r1.5 - 07 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix)
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TWiki Skins

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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSkins (r1.4 - 30 Aug 2001 - MikeMannix)
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Skins are customized TWikiTemplate files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example the layout of the header and footer. Note that the renderd text between header and footer does not change. You can use skins also to define an alternate view, i.e. a view optimized for printing.

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Skins are customized TWikiTemplate files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example the layout of the header and footer. Note that the renderd text between header and footer does not change. You can also use skins to define an alternate view, ex: a view optimized for printing.

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A skin file is located in the twiki/template directory and has a name like <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the print skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl (red color added for clarification).

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Skin files are located in the twiki/template directory and are name with this syntax: <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the print skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl (red color added for clarification).

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  • Define the SKIN preference variable in TWikiPreferences, one of the WebPreferences, or a user preference. I.e.
    • Set SKIN = wikiwiki
  • Add ?skin=name to the URL, i.e. for this topic:
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  • Define the SKIN preference variable in TWikiPreferences, one of the WebPreferences, or a user preference. Ex:
    • Set SKIN = print
  • Add ?skin=name to the URL, for this example:

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSkins (r1.3 - 15 Jul 2001 - PeterThoeny)
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Skins are customized template files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example the layout of the header and footer. Note that the renderd text between header and footer does not change. You can use skins also to define an alternate view, i.e. a view optimized for printing.

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Skins are customized TWikiTemplate files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example the layout of the header and footer. Note that the renderd text between header and footer does not change. You can use skins also to define an alternate view, i.e. a view optimized for printing.

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A skin file is located in the twiki/template directory and has a name like <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl or <scriptname>.<topicname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the print skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl (red color added for clarification).

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A skin file is located in the twiki/template directory and has a name like <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the print skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl (red color added for clarification).

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    • Set SKIN = wikiwiki
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-- PeterThoeny - 16 Mar 2001

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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSkins (r1.2 - 16 Mar 2001 - PeterThoeny)
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A skin file is located in the twiki/template directory and has a name like <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl or <scriptname>.<topicname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the print skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl (red color added for clarification).

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A skin file is located in the twiki/template directory and has a name like <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl or <scriptname>.<topicname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the print skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl (red color added for clarification).

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The ?skin=name URL parameter overrides the SKIN preference value.

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The ?skin=name URL parameter overrides the SKIN preference value.

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-- PeterThoeny - 20 Jan 2001

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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiSkins (r1.1 - 20 Jan 2001 - PeterThoeny)
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Skins are customized template files. You can use skins to change the look of a Tharsis topic, for example the layout of the header and footer. Note that the renderd text between header and footer does not change. You can use skins also to define an alternate view, i.e. a view optimized for printing.

A skin file is located in the twiki/template directory and has a name like <scriptname>.<skin>.tmpl or <scriptname>.<topicname>.<skin>.tmpl. For example, the print skin for the view template is view.print.tmpl (red color added for clarification).

A skin can be activated in two ways:

The ?skin=name URL parameter overrides the SKIN preference value.

-- PeterThoeny - 20 Jan 2001


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Revision r1.1 - 20 Jan 2001 - 23:28 GMT - PeterThoeny
Revision r1.8 - 16 Sep 2001 - 05:51 GMT - MikeMannix
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