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Re: wiki tagging style



On Wed, 2006-02-01 at 17:43 -0800, Karsten Wade wrote:

> 2. I don't like the table hack for the admonitions.  I mean, I like it
> visually, but that is a problem we need to solve in the stylesheets.
> Can we?  Otherwise, it doesn't translate to XML that well.

Patrick tells me that the admonitions are not treated differently by the
Wiki.  That is, they are not identified as admonitions.  For this
reason, they do not get converted into a proper admonition in the XML.

The table hack is the only way we have of identifying, visually and
programmatically, what is an admonition.

By continuing to follow this format[1], we make it easier to do
customizations that can created a proper XML admonition from the table
markup generated out of the Wiki's XML.

So, I retract my concern about the table hack.  Carry on. :)

- Karsten

[1]

 || {i} '''A Summarizing Title''' ||
 || Content paragraph, try to keep it to one. ||
 || If you have to, go to subsequent paragraphs, although the table
effect might look strange. ||

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