[dokuwiki] Re: plugin and config mgrs
- From: Anika Henke <a.c.henke@xxxxxxxx>
- To: dokuwiki@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2006 23:32:56 +0200
Ben Coburn wrote:
On Jun 18, 2006, at 5:13 PM, Chris Smith wrote:
In the config manager I stumbled across the labels being wrapped
inside an <a class="nolink" title="whatever">. Why is that? Are there
plans to make them links or anchors?
I think that was added by Ben when he structured the settings into
groups and generally improved the layout of the config plugin page.
Its there to provide the actual config setting in tooltip. I would
think it could be done by a <span title="whatever"> or even placed on
the <td> container. Is the title attribute on <span> or <td>
supported across all major browsers?
I don't remember why it ended up like that. Unless there are objections
I will move the 'title' attribute back into the 'label' tag itself.
While I was checking the soon-to-become new release for xhtml validity
again, I found two other issues regarding the config manager:
1. <fieldset id="_basic"> and other fieldset id's beginning with "_".
Just sent a patch substituting the <a> with a <span>.
ID and NAME must begin with a letter ([A-Za-z]) and may be followed by
any number of letters, digits ([0-9]), hyphens ("-"), underscores ("_"),
colons (":"), and periods (".").
Could we distinguish the fieldset ids with something different, like
2. 'Reference to non-existent ID "config__disableactions"', meaning the
new "Disable DokuWiki actions" part. Because of the different approach
of having labels inside the second td, the other label in the first td
is not really needed anymore. (I mean, the <label>, not the text inside
But if no-one comes up with a simple solution, I think, we can *ignore*
this warning. It's not that important ...
Other things I noticed about that "Disable DokuWiki actions" section:
The info on whether or not any of the checkboxes show the default or
protected value does not seem to work. And the "Other actions" will turn
white when a checkbox is checked ...
Hmm ... Something that could solve many "problems" there could be a
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