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---+!! <nop>DragonSkin customization This topic contains information on how to change user-configurable look-and-feel aspects of !Dragonskin. See DragonSkinInstall for installation instructions, and DragonSkin for some general information about the skin. %TOC% ---++ TWiki variables used by !DragonSkin The following TWiki.TWikiVariables are specific to !DragonSkin and control various look and feel aspects of the skin: $ DS_BODYFONTSIZE: CSS font size for the overall body of the page. $ DS_LEFTMENUFONTSIZE: CSS font size for the left menu (relative size values will compound with the body font size). $ DS_EDITBARFONTSIZE: CSS font size for the edit/attach/etc menubar on the top of each view page (relative size values will compound with the body font size). $ DS_FONTFAMILY: CSS font family. Applies to all pages. $ DS_QUICKLINKSDISPLAY: Set this variable to "none" to turn off display of the quicklinks menu. $ DS_QUICKLINKSHEADING: String to use for the quicklinks submenu heading. $ DS_QUICKLINKS: HTML unordered list containing the quicklinks menu items. $ DS_TOPICCSS: CSS statements that will get embedded in every view page (meant for adding short bits of style to a specific topic). These CSS statements are *only* included in view pages, not in edit, preview or oops pages. See the section below on "Recovering from a bad DS_TOPICCSS setting" for reasons why. Surround a topic-specific CSS setting with HTML comments to hide the CSS statements. Set the variable to a blank value on your wiki home page to disable seeing custom css styles. $ DS_THEME: Lets one chose between various look and feels. Supported themes at this time are "gray" (the default), "monochrome", and "tabstyle". You can test out settings on one page (such as a [[Sandbox.WebHome][Sandbox]] page) using variables set within that topic. The colored bands on the top and bottom of each page is set via the standard TWiki WEBBGCOLOR variable. This is usually set on a per-web basis, in order to provide a consistent indication of which web a page is in. ---++ Built-in CSS styles The following CSS styles are included with Dragonskin as a convenience. Your local administrator may add additional classes: $ ds-draft: Text within a div of class ds-draft will be displayed with a tiled background containing light gray images with the word "DRAFT". $ ds-kbd: Text within a div of class ds-kbd will be displayed in monospaced type w/in an indented light-gray box. $ ds-note: Text within a div of class ds-note will be displayed as a yellow "Post-it" style note on the right-side of the page. To use these classes, enclose your text in a div of that class. For example:<br /> <div class="ds-note"><br /> -- TWiki:Main/ClaussStrauch - 27 Jul 2004
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