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topic: Print - Formatting of links / print.css  in the forum: General Help and Support Templates and Layout
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ach (Administrator) #1
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Changes to existing files will get overwritten with updates. The best way is to create your own userstyle and add this:

  1. /* remove generated content from links */
  2. a.urlextern:after,
  3. a.interwiki:after,
  4. a.mail:after {
  5.    content: "";
  6. }

That will survive any updates.
topic: bootstrap 3:  userstyle.css  in the forum: General Help and Support Templates and Layout
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In reply to post ID 66870
Quote by Wolfgang Henderkes:
It cannot be a problem of the cache. It is the same problem in all browsers on all devices.

There are different types of cache. turnermm was talking about DokuWiki's cache in your server's data/cache directory. The CSS gets rebuilt if you save your config settings. More about DokuWiki's caching.
topic: Template not used on mobile device  in the forum: General Help and Support Templates and Layout
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In reply to post ID 66811
Quote by suisse:
I use the sectiontoggle plugin and the option `mobile_alt` was set to `dokuwiki`

That is so weird. In my opinion, the sectiontoggle plugin has no business having such an option as choosing a different template for mobile has nothing to do with toggling sections. :huh:
topic: Change default font  in the forum: General Help and Support Templates and Layout
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In reply to post ID 66794
Just remove the FontFace Plugin. You don't need it when you've added all that manually.
topic: How to add a modal popup with terms and conditions when user login?  in the forum: General Help and Support Development
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In reply to post ID 66777
A minimal solution is to adjust the text on the register page (register.txt) to say something like "by registering you agree to the terms and conditions". And then add a link to the terms and conditions which can be just a simple wiki page.

Modal popups are not very user-friendly and are difficult to make accessible.
topic: "Falsche" Interwiki-Links zeigen auf Google  in the forum: Non-English Discussion German discussion
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In reply to post ID 66434
Quote by Annel on 2019-06-06, 12:16:
Quote by ach:
Damit das eine Chance hat und nicht vergessen wird, sollte das richtig auf GitHub gemeldet werden.

Würdest Du das machen, wenn Du einen Account dort hast?

Das scheint schon jemand anders gemacht zu haben: https://github.com/splitbrain/dokuwiki/issues/2588
topic: Todo.txt in Dokuwiki?  in the forum: General Help and Support Features and Functionality
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A link would be helpful for everyone who don't know what that is. I didn't know, googled, found this: http://todotxt.org/
It's a special markup to write todo lists.
topic: Change default font  in the forum: General Help and Support Templates and Layout
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In reply to post ID 66575
You don't need to do anything that complicated, at least not with the FontFace plugin. It does all of that for you, and I assume that at least the googlefont plugin will do the same.
If your configuration of those plugins is correct, maybe it's an issue with caching? See here how to purge the cache.
topic: Discussions disappear from view  in the forum: General Help and Support Features and Functionality
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In reply to post ID 66428
Quote by pop on 2019-06-06, 11:27:
as soon as I edit a page which has a discussion attached, the discussion will no longer be shown. I have to add the directive ~~DISCUSSION~~ to the page.

Are you using a WYSIWYG plugin (like CKGEdit)? I've heard of similar things happening when it is installed.
It might be worth disabling it temporarily to find out if that is indeed causing the issue.
topic: "Falsche" Interwiki-Links zeigen auf Google  in the forum: Non-English Discussion German discussion
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Quote by Annel:
Der Vorschlag von arch, das konfigurierbar zu machen, sollte vieleicht in ein Update einbezogen werden.

Damit das eine Chance hat und nicht vergessen wird, sollte das richtig auf GitHub gemeldet werden.
topic: "Falsche" Interwiki-Links zeigen auf Google  in the forum: Non-English Discussion German discussion
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Quote by pop:
Ich kann nicht sehen, ob und wo ich einstellen kann, welcher URL für einen fehlenden Shortcut eingesetzt wird. Vermutlich ist das hart codiert.

Ja, das ist hart codiert: https://github.com/splitbrain/dokuwiki/blob/master/inc/par…

Ich denke, es waere schon sinnvoll, wenn das konfigurierbar waere. Z.B. koennte man einen "default" oder "fallback" Interwiki-Shortcut haben, den man dafuer verwenden wuerde.
topic: Move "not maintained anymore" plugins to a separate section ?  in the forum: Community dokuwiki.org
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Quote by FosseWay on 2019-05-21, 18:27:
Is the [anonymized] plugin popularity/usage data available publicly?

See the popularity page on the wiki. When you look at the wiki code, you will find that the popularity plugin has an API. You can find out most things by checking https://dokuwiki.org/lib/plugins/pluginrepo/popularity.php?key=version&foo=bar while all the keys are what you will also find in your own wiki's Popularity Feedback plugin.
topic: Fragen eines Neueinsteigers als Entscheidungshilfe, ob DokuWiki das richtige Werkzeug ist.  in the forum: Non-English Discussion German discussion
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Quote by eve on 2019-05-18, 09:13:
MediaWiki bietet wohl mehr Skalierbarkeit und Flexibilität

Da wuerde ich fast das Gegenteil behaupten wollen. Viele meinen DokuWiki waere nicht so skalierbar, weil es keine Datenbank nutzt. Dazu kann ich die FAQ dazu waermstens empfehlen. Ich habe MediaWiki nie administriert, aber von anderen hab ich gehoert habe, dass es gar nicht so flexibel ist.

Andere Alternativen, vor allem wenn man nichts oeffentlich im Web braucht und nur mit privaten Leuten teilt, sind Joplin (nutzt Markdown und speichert Inhalte in einer Datenbank, die aber als Textdateien exportiert werden kann, es kann auch ueber einen Umweg OneNote-Inhalte importieren) und Zim (nutzt im Prinzip dieselbe Syntax wie DokuWiki und speichert Inhalte auch in Textdateien). Man kann dann die Dateien im Cloud-Speicher deiner Wahl teilen.

In einem anderen Thread schreibt jemand, wie sie es geschafft haben, OneNote nach DokuWiki zu konvertieren. Es scheint aber sehr schwierig gewesen zu sein, also nicht unbedingt zu empfehlen.
topic: templates and the new menu-system  in the forum: General Help and Support Development
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In reply to post ID 63922
I planned to add the new menu system to the Starter template so that it's easier for others to start using it. But I gave up after a while as it was too difficult for me. I'm not sure if what I need to do is even possible.
If any volunteers want to make that change, I'd be very happy to review and merge it.
topic: Possibility for "good purpose only" contributions to DW? (a "holly", "generosity only" forge)  in the forum: General Help and Support General Stuff
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I'm not sure, but from what I understand, you're asking if DokuWiki as a whole (or maybe just a plugin? or something else?) could have a license that would permit only "doing good things" with it?

Unfortunately, such a thing would be against the Open Source spirit (and license, legal implications, etc). The freedoms that Open Source gives includes the freedom to "do evil" or anything else, otherwise it wouldn't be really open.
On top of that it's a big moral question who decides what a "good purpose" is?

You might be interested to know that there have been failed attempts to include such a clause in Open Source projects. Some more info on that:
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