On 9/19/08, Marcus Moeller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear Alain.
>> Okay, I managed to upload and include images. Now I need to know it's
>> possible to add col/rowspan to tables?
> Styling Trac wiki pages seems to be nearly impossible. Trac wiki
> syntax has a number of deficiencies which cannot be solved easily. Eg.
> it simply does not support row/colspan on tables. The only way is to
> use plain HTML syntax like:
> <h1 style="text-align: right; color: blue">HTML Sucks</h1>
> which cannot be combined with the wiki syntax of course. This means we
> either cannot use the trac wiki or we have to hack most parts in HTML.
> This also means if you want to include attachments you have to use
> HTML style, too.
I think we should update the actual content based on the actual Trac
default wiki syntax, or if there is another way to make it ...
Guys ... would be possible to install some kind of photoblog under
centos domain ? Something that let us upload a big image and generates
thumbs of it for us to use ... something like
http://www.pixelpost.org/. That way we could handle images/screenshots
there and just refer them on Trac, Moin, wherever site ... That would
be all about CentOS officially online images ... maybe contributors
help with a section of personal screenshots ... a section for the
artwork project (of course
) ... and as many section as community
consider helpful ... just a way to handle images and its sizes.
Some times attachments list on Trac could be quiet large ... and could
look a bit ugly, for me at least.
Note: Tried to resize an image and there is no auto-resize with
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