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I have installed [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:CSS Extension_CSS] which allows the user to create custom CSS styles and save them as a wiki page.  They can then be easily applied to an article anywhere on the site.   
 
I have installed [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:CSS Extension_CSS] which allows the user to create custom CSS styles and save them as a wiki page.  They can then be easily applied to an article anywhere on the site.   
  
If you do not know what CSS means here is a [http://www.htmldog.com/guides/cssbeginner/ Brief Tutorial]
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If you do not know what CSS means here is a [http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp Execellent Tutorial]
  
 
Click on [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:CSS Extension_CSS] for a description of how to use this.
 
Click on [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:CSS Extension_CSS] for a description of how to use this.
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==STYLE PAGES==
 
==STYLE PAGES==
  
[[Style_table1.css]]  Formats a table adding border, background color and padding.
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*[[Style_table1.css]]  Formats a table adding border, background color and padding.
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*[[Style_Crown1.css]]  Format for the individual Crown pages, adds background and other formating.
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*[[Style_Main1.css]]  Formatting for Main Page.
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[[category:Style]]

Latest revision as of 18:35, 18 February 2009

I have installed Extension_CSS which allows the user to create custom CSS styles and save them as a wiki page. They can then be easily applied to an article anywhere on the site.

If you do not know what CSS means here is a Execellent Tutorial

Click on Extension_CSS for a description of how to use this.

I suggest that we adopt a consistent naming pattern to avoid confusion. I would suggest that all style pages be named in the following manner: 'Style_name.css' replace 'name' with the name of your style. Then place a link to your page here along with a description of what it does.

As editing a style page will change the appearance of every page that uses that style, it would be polite to discuss it before doing it, or save your new style with a different name.

STYLE PAGES