Thank you. I know your extension and yes I have used it. It's quite good.
However I would like a little bit easier way to do it. I thought that maybe
there is a configurable option or something like this.
This trick with templates is quite interesting. User can decide on which
page he wants to hide menu. Could you explain me how to create such
On 1/24/07, Tels <nospam-abuse(a)bloodgate.com> wrote:
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On Wednesday 24 January 2007 17:54, aretai aretai wrote:
Does anyone know how to remove navigation menu, logo, toolbox, etc. from
particular pages within wiki? In other words I don't want to remove it
globally but only for some pages.
My extension, mediawiki-slides, can do this for pages part of
Basically, it injects a bit of CSS magic that hides the elements you want.
It would be easy to write an extension that can be included on a page, but
probably even easier would be to write templates and include them on the
etc. You only need to enable the <style> tag - I do not know if it is
disallowed on standard mediawiki installations, I guess so, and if you can
now enable it simple by editing the config file - otherwise you have to
around with Sanitize.php.
Once <style> works, simple put them into templates and include them.
if you want to see how I did it:
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