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DweditMenu.phpH A D30-Sep-2020288 188

MenuItem.phpH A D30-Sep-20201.8 KiB6528

READMEH A D30-Sep-2020789 128

action.phpH A D30-Sep-20203.7 KiB11080

book-open.svgH A D30-Sep-2020434 11

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dwedit_view.svgH A D30-Sep-20201.8 KiB1917

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edit_pencil.svgH A D30-Sep-20201 KiB1412

plugin.info.txtH A D30-Sep-2020185 77

style.cssH A D30-Sep-20201.2 KiB4945

versionH A D30-Sep-202024 31


1This plugin will automatically add a DW Edit button to the page tools which appear at the right of the Dokuwiki editor in the standard Dokuwiki template.
2The icon is like the Edit button.  Clicking on the button will open the native Dokuwiki editor.  It opens to the entire page being edited, it does not support section editing.
4For users who are not using the Dokuwiki template, a link can be added anywhere on the template page  using the following syntax:
5    <?php tpl_toolsevent('dweditlink', array());?>
6If already in a php block, use:
7     tpl_toolsevent('dweditlink', array());
9 The appearance of the link can be styled in the style.css file, using span.dwedit, which is currently set to:
10      font-size:  10pt;  padding-left: 4px; padding-right: 4px;