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SMF Curve for Mediawiki theme release

Started by Illori, June 27, 2013, 07:14:46 AM

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Illori

June 27, 2013, 07:14:46 AM Last Edit: May 30, 2016, 03:43:27 PM by Antes
The SMF team is happy to announce our long awaited Curve for Mediawiki theme is finally ready for release to the public. The theme is licensed GPL and some images are licensed BSD in accordance with the SMF license. If you would like to help improve the theme for others feel free to send a pull request with the changes and they will be considered for merging into the repository.

The code can be found here.

  • If you are using MediaWiki version 1.22.x or earlier you can find the latest version here,
  • If you are using version 1.23.x you can find the latest version here in zip format from the "Download as Zip" link provided by github.
  • If you are using version 1.25 or later, you can find latest version here
How to Install - How to Upgrade

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Irisado

Thanks Illori.

Hopefully, SMF users will take advantage of this, and make use of the theme.
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Antes


GravuTrad

On a toujours besoin d'un plus petit que soi! (Petit!Petit!)


Think about Search function before posting.
Pensez à la fonction Recherche avant de poster.

ѕησω

Awesome! Big thanks to Matt and anyone else who worked on it :)

* ѕησω knows SMF is one step closer to world domination >:D
"The Book of Arantor, 17:3-5
  And I said unto him, thy database query shalt always be sent by the messenger of $smcFunc
  And $smcFunc shall protect you against injections and evil
  And so it came to pass that mysql_query was declared deprecated and even though he says he is not dead yet, the time was soon to come to pass when mysql_query shall be gone and no more."

gisfreak

Me fail English? That's unpossible.


Neo_TE

Awesome, thank to all the contributors. :)

Draffi

working for SMF 2.0.4 with MW 1.16

GREAT!!!

How can i show my Forum Header (Avatar, Main-Menu, last Post...) inside this Template?

Any suggestions?

Thank you!

Illori

i dont think by default that can easily be done. even the theme we use here does not have the same header as the forum. it would take a lot of work to add that.


inter

now it is possible to deliver wiki an engine and users at all won't understand that they on other engine

https://github.com/SimpleMachines/smf-mw-auth
Sorry for my English

Kindred

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Nicholaus

Illori, what is the link to your forum? I bet it has all these tools you speak of. lol.

Illori

a link to my forum has nothing to do with this thread and i dont "store" tools on my forum.

Kindred

nichlaus, you continue to babble... please stop
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.<br /><br />"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

SleePy

Quote from: Illori on June 30, 2013, 08:10:47 AM
i dont think by default that can easily be done. even the theme we use here does not have the same header as the forum. it would take a lot of work to add that.

Actually shouldn't be too hard.  In fact looking at the file I see some of the code is still there for our site menu.  Just needs the proper calls and it should show up.
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Illori

but the person was asking for the forums menu to show on the theme, on our current theme the forum menu does not show at all, just our custom menu at the top of the page.

thanks for catching that extra code, i have removed it.

Illori

July 09, 2013, 07:43:49 AM #21 Last Edit: July 09, 2013, 08:07:50 AM by Illori
i did some research and it is possible to easily add the forums menu to the wiki skin

smfcurve.php
Code (find) Select
echo '
<div id="wrapper">
<div id="header">
<div class="frame">
<div id="top_section">
</div>


Code (replace) Select
require("path/to/SSI.php");

echo '
<div id="wrapper">
<div id="header">
<div class="frame">
<div id="top_section">
', ssi_menubar(), '

</div>


in main.css

Code (find) Select
#top_section
{
min-height: 65px;
overflow: hidden;
margin-bottom: 3px;
}


Code (replace) Select
#top_section
{
min-height: 65px;
margin-bottom: 3px;
}


this is with the newest version that is on github that has the site_menu removed

[edit] new version on github has above changes and comments for adding SSI.php and the menu

Draffi

thanks for trying to helping me out.

but the changes in the code not working... :'(

Illori

did you put in the correct path to your SSI.php? i tested it and it worked fine for me.

Draffi

i think so...

(using XAMPP for testing purposes)

require("F:\xampp\htdocs\aktuell\SSI.php");

Illori

that should work as long as the file is actually there. i tested on wamp this morning and it worked fine.

i think if you have further questions about this you should open a separate thread in the coding board and see if others can help you out.

Draffi


Biology Forums

Is this a standalone theme or does SMF need to be bridged to it?

Edit: Just tried it, it looks really nice!

Draffi

I`m using the Default SMF2 Theme "Curve".

Can help this posting:
http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=490111.msg3434829#msg3434829

that the wiki looks like the other Forum-Pages?

If yes, where exactly i need to edit the "smfcurve.php" ???

Draffi

The answer is: yes...!

I was able to fix almost all the problems alone, calling the SSI.php (WOW!!!)

after:
$this->html('headelement');

in the file smfcurve.php i add:

require_once("..\SSI.php");
template_html_above();
  template_body_above();


Only when i click inside the wiki => Edit Page, the Icons for page-editing from the wiki (bold, italic,...) appear directly under the Forum-main-menu.

That looks a little ... ugly

Please, can somebody have a look?



Kindred

Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.<br /><br />"Loki is not evil, although he is certainly not a force for good. Loki is... complicated."

Illori

i tested again the code i posted and it works fine without anything else added. you dont need the above or below html templates to make this work and that is what is causing your problems.

if you need further help with ssi please open a separate thread this thread is not for support.

Draffi

I see now, there are no Footerlinks inside, where i need to put this?

http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Footer

Illori

you would be best asking mediawiki for support, we are just providing the theme as is.

emanuele

Quote from: Draffi on October 14, 2013, 02:54:44 PM
I see now, there are no Footerlinks inside, where i need to put this?

http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Footer
Looking at MonoBook, I think you may have to add something like this:
<?php
$validFooterIcons $this->getFooterIcons"icononly" );
$validFooterLinks $this->getFooterLinks"flat" ); // Additional footer links

if ( count$validFooterIcons ) + count$validFooterLinks ) > ) { ?>

<div id="footer"<?php $this->html('userlangattributes'?>>
<?php
$footerEnd '</div>';
} else {
$footerEnd '';
}
foreach ( $validFooterIcons as $blockName => $footerIcons ) { ?>

<div id="f-<?php echo htmlspecialchars($blockName); ?>ico">
<?php foreach ( $footerIcons as $icon ) { ?>
<?php echo $this->getSkin()->makeFooterIcon$icon ); ?>

<?php }
?>

</div>
<?php }

if ( count$validFooterLinks ) > ) {
?>
<ul id="f-list">
<?php
foreach( $validFooterLinks as $aLink ) { ?>

<li id="<?php echo $aLink ?>"><?php $this->html($aLink?></li>
<?php
}
?>

</ul>
<?php }
echo 
$footerEnd;
?>


Where?...well, good question...
You may try just before:
', $this->html('bottomscripts') /* JS call to runBodyOnloadHook */ , '
Pay attention to php opening and closing tags and echo statements. ;)


Take a peek at what I'm doing! ;D




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2) cosa ti aspetti,
3) cosa ottieni.

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Lastwebpage

August 10, 2014, 10:33:22 AM #36 Last Edit: August 10, 2014, 10:55:30 AM by Lastwebpage
I know this topc is a little bit old, but maybe someone have an idea.

Wikicode, on a new page:
((image:pucture.jpg|left)), okay
((image:pucture.jpg|right)) picture is somewhere in the middle and text not flow around it.

Someone know a fix for this?

Tested with IE 11 and Chrome 37, mediawiki 1.23.2,smfcurve 1.1.
It not happens if I select Monobook, modern or vector as a wiki style in the user settings.

example http://wiki.simplemachines.org/smf/User:Lastwebpage
--------
and another one
The search box in the left menu is too wide.

Illori

the search box does not change size depending on screen size and that is the issue. i doubt that will be fixed.
i am not sure what the issue is with the right image, we are not mediawiki experts, we just use it.

Antes

Quote from: Lastwebpage on August 10, 2014, 10:33:22 AM
I know this topc is a little bit old, but maybe someone have an idea.

Wikicode, on a new page:
((image:pucture.jpg|left)), okay
((image:pucture.jpg|right)) picture is somewhere in the middle and text not flow around it.

Someone know a fix for this?

Tested with IE 11 and Chrome 37, mediawiki 1.23.2,smfcurve 1.1.
It not happens if I select Monobook, modern or vector as a wiki style in the user settings.

example http://wiki.simplemachines.org/smf/User:Lastwebpage
--------
and another one
The search box in the left menu is too wide.

You can always report bugs: https://github.com/SimpleMachines/smfcurve
I'll gladly work on them.

Quote from: Illori on August 10, 2014, 11:40:18 AM
the search box does not change size depending on screen size and that is the issue. i doubt that will be fixed.
i am not sure what the issue is with the right image, we are not mediawiki experts, we just use it.


I can do some trick :)

Lastwebpage

I reported both
https://github.com/SimpleMachines/smfcurve/issues/5
https://github.com/SimpleMachines/smfcurve/issues/6

It would be very nice if someone search for the issue with the right imagines.
I can maybe fix it for one wiki site with <div> <table> or whatever, but the wiki contains too many sites already. ;)

internets


Irisado

Please see the information found in the first post of this topic.
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Antes

Actually that depends on which version of MediaWiki you are using.

If you are using MediaWiki 1.23.x (or later) download this.
If you are using MediaWiki 1.22.x (or before) download this.

Biology Forums

A bit off-topic, but does a MediaWiki support forum exist? I wish I could ask my questions about the software like I do on here...

Antes

Made some updates on first post since (my bad) to link the download for different versions for 1.22 (or earlier) or 1.23 (or later) MediaWiki releases.

Can't really remember if I posted this before but a little bonus :)

GaziSalahuddin

Great job. Thanks. But the search box does not change size depending on screen size and that is the issue. i doubt that will be fixed. It would be very nice if someone search for the issue with the right imagines.

Antes

Since skin loading changed in MediaWiki 1.25, we updated our skin as well. Please take a peek at first post and use v1.2 on your MW1.25 or later versions (till they change it again :P).

leghorn23

Awesome. Was pretty easy to install. Few catches along the way, but overall looks great. Well done :)

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