Edmonds (Seattle) Washington, USA
After years of using PMWiki, I finally feel like I have something to contribute to the PMWiki site:
I recently added a new Skin called SteamPort,
which I have developed and used, on several sites I have built using PMWiki.
I'm about to add the Apex Skin which is a fork of Steamport - trimmed to two column and meant for a more Clean&Simple Art Deco feel. I have to say, the process of adding a Skin to the PMWiki site has forced me to learn more and to improve the skin quite a lot!
I have added a few recipies as well:
- Carousel adds Markup to insert an image Carousel/SlideShow from all the images in a single folder/directory.
- ManageCSS Code to compile multiple css files into the local.css to simplify managing CSS for non-skin uses.
- MagicMenus Enhance your skin with wiki-page based menus, that are Group/Site aware
- ClassTags some code I wrote to wrap a block of content in a named div which you can use to apply CSS or JS to content from the Editor.
- IFrameLogin is Code I wrestled together to pass messages between the Wiki and an embedded page using iFrames.
- MyDBLogin-PMW Code I put together to allow users from a specific list of emails to create and maintain password login information.
- SendMail Easily add PHPMailer to send SMTP email from your PHP code (Active)
- WikiHost Code for your Config.php file to simplify updates/templating/migration regardless of http or https
- WikiRoot Add Markup to insert the root path to your Wiki allowing, for example, something like a relative address for images or files in your Wiki.
- Maybe not full recipe... I added something a long time ago to the Cookbook and called it EmbedMore
My PMWiki sites:
->www.cybertamer.com/vbapex (for VBA \ VB-Classic coders) this is where I'm working up my Apex Skin
www.Scoutwatch.org Seattle Scout Troops 166 & 066