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Wiki Markup for CSS
As documented on Css Support Wiki Features : Css Support , some Wiki Engines may support CSS (full, direct style instructions, or just some pre-defined classes) in pages. That is, support for CSS in Wikis wouldn't do much harm, unlike allowing bare HTML in Wikis; but then it gives back the long lost power of making content visually appealing.
supported by following Wiki Ware :
- Erfurt Wiki using "@@"-markup - plain CSS instructions are used, but no spaces allowed, like: "@@color:red; ...paragraph..." or "@@class-name ...text... @@"
- some other engine (but which was it??) using "%%"-markup
- Media Wiki can be set up to allow a user to write his own stylesheet (sometimes called a "skin"); detailed instructions are available.
- Media Wiki allows inline CSS
- Community Maintained Css Odd Muse (in a hacky way)
general support for CSS
This idea falls in the category of Standardized Style Names - agreed on general CSS constructs for Wiki Ware . This was useful for building Wiki: Inter Wiki and accessing the HTML Wiki Wiki Web frontend using Meat Ball : Wiki Gateway and others to separate a sites template from the actual page content (for transfering it, when no Meat Ball : Xml Rpc To Wiki is available or so).
- a standardized class= or id= name to separate the real content of a page from the layout fluff (including site logo and "Edit this document" link), such as "bodyContent" in Media Wiki .
- a class name for Not Found Pages