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Displays the data using the TikiWiki odd/even table style

Parameters
head — the column header row

Usage
The data (and the head parameter) is given one row per line, with columns
separated by ~|~.

Example

This data:
{FANCYTABLE( head => header column 1 ~|~ header column 2 ~|~ header column 3 )}
row 1 column 1 ~|~ row 1 column 2 ~|~ row 1 column 3
row 2 column 1 ~|~ row 2 column 2 ~|~ row 2 column 3
{FANCYTABLE}


Produces:
header column 1 header column 2 header column 3
row 1 column 1 row 1 column 2 row 1 column 3
row 2 column 1 row 2 column 2 row 2 column 3







This plugin can be used to display graphical bars in a wiki page, the syntax is very flexible :

Usage:
{GAUGE(params)}description{GAUGE}
Description is optional and will be displayed below the gauge if present.

Parameters:

colorbar color
bgcolorbackground color
maxmaximum possible value (default=100). if value exceeds max then color changes and '*******' appear)
valuecurrent value (REQUIRED)
sizeBar size
labellabel leftside of bar
labelsizelabelsize
percIf true then a percentage is displayed
heightBar height


Examples:
{GAUGE(perc=>true,label=>happy users,labelsize=>90,value=>35,bgcolor=>#EEEEEE)}{GAUGE}
{GAUGE(perc=>true,label=>more happy,labelsize=>90,value=>50,bgcolor=>#EEEEEE)}{GAUGE}
{GAUGE(perc=>true,label=>most happy,labelsize=>90,value=>100,bgcolor=>#EEEEEE)}{GAUGE}
{GAUGE(perc=>true,label=>value exceeds max,labelsize=>90,value=>190,bgcolor=>#EEEEEE)}{GAUGE}

Produces:
happy users 
  
 35.00% 
more happy 
  
 50.00% 
most happy 
 
 100.00% 
value exceeds max 
 
******* 


Code Wiki Plugin
Code can be used to display lines of preformatted code in wiki pages.

Using CODE tag

Without parameters


{CODE()} <?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?> {CODE}
<?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?> {CODE}
!!! Line numbering : ln
{CODE(ln=>1,caption=> ~np~{CODE(ln=>1)}some code
line numbered
{CODE}~/np~ )}
some code
line numbered
{CODE}
!!! Syntax coloring : colors
Only php color is available for now. more are expected.
{CODE(colors=>php,caption=> ~np~{CODE(colors=>php)}<?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?>{CODE}~/np~ )}<?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?>{CODE}
!!! caption insert : caption
{CODE(caption=> ~np~{CODE(caption=>Caption)}some text{CODE}~/np~ )}some text{CODE}

!Google video

This is using the ((PluginFlash))

To add a Google video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:

{img src=images/code.png}%%% {CODE()}
{FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
{CODE}

It will generate:
{FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}


^Make sure you use the URL has " " around it. If not the ? causes a problem^

!YouTube

This ((plugin)) is an adaptation of the ((PluginFlash))

To add a YouTube video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:

{img src=images/code.png}%%% {CODE()}
{FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
{CODE}

It will generate:
{FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}


^Make sure you use the URL which looks like this "/v/wWmE6Zvo37E" and not this one: "watch?v=UmAfQ-GgtCQ"^


{CATEGORY(
id=>1, 
types=>article+wiki,
sort=>created_asc ,
sub=>true,
split=>true,
)}
{CATEGORY}

**Most of these examples come from the website TikiWiki and TikiWiki documentation website, for more examples of what you can do in wiki pages TikiWiki is one of the best
)} <?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?> {CODE}

Line numbering : ln

{CODE(ln=>1)}some code line numbered {CODE}
  1 . some code
  2 . line numbered
  3 . {CODE}
  4 . !!! Syntax coloring : colors
  5 . Only php color is available for now. more are expected.
  6 . {CODE(colors=>php,caption=> ~np~{CODE(colors=>php)}<?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?>{CODE}~/np~ )}<?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?>{CODE}
  7 . !!! caption insert : caption
  8 . {CODE(caption=> ~np~{CODE(caption=>Caption)}some text{CODE}~/np~ )}some text{CODE}
  9 . 
 10 . !Google video
 11 . 
 12 . This is using the ((PluginFlash))
 13 . 
 14 . To add a Google video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:
 15 . 
 16 . {img src=images/code.png}%%% {CODE()}
 17 . {FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
 18 . {CODE}
 19 . 
 20 . It will generate:
 21 . {FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
 22 . 
 23 . 
 24 . ^Make sure you use the URL has " " around it. If not the ? causes a problem^
 25 . 
 26 . !YouTube
 27 . 
 28 . This ((plugin)) is an adaptation of the ((PluginFlash))
 29 . 
 30 . To add a YouTube video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:
 31 . 
 32 . {img src=images/code.png}%%% {CODE()}
 33 . {FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
 34 . {CODE}
 35 . 
 36 . It will generate:
 37 . {FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
 38 . 
 39 . 
 40 . ^Make sure you use the URL which looks like this "/v/wWmE6Zvo37E" and not this one: "watch?v=UmAfQ-GgtCQ"^
 41 . 
 42 . 
 43 . {CATEGORY(
 44 . id=>1, 
 45 . types=>article+wiki,
 46 . sort=>created_asc ,
 47 . sub=>true,
 48 . split=>true,
 49 . )}
 50 . {CATEGORY}
 51 . 
 52 . **Most of these examples come from the website TikiWiki and TikiWiki documentation website, for more examples of what you can do in wiki pages TikiWiki is one of the best
)}
some code
line numbered
{CODE}

Syntax coloring : colors

Only php color is available for now. more are expected.
{CODE(colors=>php)}<?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?>{CODE}
<?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?>{CODE}
!!! caption insert : caption
{CODE(caption=> ~np~{CODE(caption=>Caption)}some text{CODE}~/np~ )}some text{CODE}

!Google video

This is using the ((PluginFlash))

To add a Google video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:

{img src=images/code.png}%%% {CODE()}
{FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
{CODE}

It will generate:
{FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}


^Make sure you use the URL has " " around it. If not the ? causes a problem^

!YouTube

This ((plugin)) is an adaptation of the ((PluginFlash))

To add a YouTube video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:

{img src=images/code.png}%%% {CODE()}
{FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
{CODE}

It will generate:
{FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}


^Make sure you use the URL which looks like this "/v/wWmE6Zvo37E" and not this one: "watch?v=UmAfQ-GgtCQ"^


{CATEGORY(
id=>1, 
types=>article+wiki,
sort=>created_asc ,
sub=>true,
split=>true,
)}
{CATEGORY}

**Most of these examples come from the website TikiWiki and TikiWiki documentation website, for more examples of what you can do in wiki pages TikiWiki is one of the best
)}<?php function foo($foo) { print($foo); }?>{CODE}

caption insert : caption

{CODE(caption=>Caption)}some text{CODE}
some text{CODE}

!Google video

This is using the ((PluginFlash))

To add a Google video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:

{img src=images/code.png}%%% {CODE()}
{FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
{CODE}

It will generate:
{FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}


^Make sure you use the URL has " " around it. If not the ? causes a problem^

!YouTube

This ((plugin)) is an adaptation of the ((PluginFlash))

To add a YouTube video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:

{img src=images/code.png}%%% {CODE()}
{FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}
{CODE}

It will generate:
{FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}


^Make sure you use the URL which looks like this "/v/wWmE6Zvo37E" and not this one: "watch?v=UmAfQ-GgtCQ"^


{CATEGORY(
id=>1, 
types=>article+wiki,
sort=>created_asc ,
sub=>true,
split=>true,
)}
{CATEGORY}

**Most of these examples come from the website TikiWiki and TikiWiki documentation website, for more examples of what you can do in wiki pages TikiWiki is one of the best
)}some text{CODE}

Google video


This is using the PluginFlash?

To add a Google video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:


{FLASH(movie="http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-3275007704055224798&hl=en",width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}


It will generate:



Make sure you use the URL has " " around it. If not the ? causes a problem


YouTube


This plugin? is an adaptation of the PluginFlash?

To add a YouTube? video in a wiki page, forum post, blog post, use the FLASH plugin like this:


{FLASH(movie=http://www.youtube.com/v/wWmE6Zvo37E,width=>425,height=>350,quality=>high)}{FLASH}


It will generate:



Make sure you use the URL which looks like this "/v/wWmE6Zvo37E" and not this one: "watch?v=UmAfQ-GgtCQ"







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Page last modified on Tuesday 13 of February, 2007 18:24:25 CST by test.
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