[Mediawiki-l] dynamic CSS for wiki pages?
fdg001 at gmx.net
Fri Jan 19 12:56:40 UTC 2007
Certain documents we are creating have to be available in at least two
In order to make translation easy and ensure that it's always up to
date, my favorite solution would be to have a structure like this:
<p lang="de">Dies ist ein Absatz.</p>
<p lang="en">This is a paragraph.</p>
<img src="img/de/menu1.png" lang="de" />
<img src="img/en/menu1.png" lang="en" />
<p lang="de">Dies ist ein weiterer Absatz.</p>
<p lang="en">This is yet another paragraph.</p>
That is, have all the languages on the same page, paragraph by paragraph.
However, there should be an option to only show one particular language
at a time.
While this should be easy to do with CSS/JS (just set elements with a
certain attribute to "display: none;"), I have no idea how to implement
such a switch for a wiki page.
It's probably very simple, so I just need to be pointed in the right
Has anyone done something like this before? I'd greatly appreciate some
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