[Mediawiki-l] how to remove navigation menu, etc?
nospam-abuse at bloodgate.com
Wed Jan 24 20:51:03 UTC 2007
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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 still
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 muk
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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