[Moin-user] Suggestions sought to how best to implement this request ...

Philip Colmer philip.colmer at linaro.org
Fri Sep 27 03:45:40 EDT 2013

Thank you, everyone, for the replies sent. They were a great help.

Management has decided/agreed to drop the multi-column display and opted
for what some might consider to be an older, more traditional approach of
just listing everything in a single column with a TOC at the top and "Back
to top" links at each section. Easier for me to build :-).

I've managed to make reasonable approximations of the team and individual
pages in MoinMoin wiki markup so I'm reasonably happy with the outcome.

Thanks again.


On 25 September 2013 09:06, Jim Wight <jkwight at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 24 September 2013 16:44, Philip Colmer <philip.colmer at linaro.org>wrote:
>>    - The way that the lists are arranged into three columns seems to be
>>    some CSS voodoo that I'm trying to unpick. I'm not sure how to mimic that
>>    in MoinMoin since calling CSS directly is tricky ...
>> You could try the Columns macro for that part. It was only listed under
> 1.6 in MacroMarket but as it has been brought up to date for 1.9 I've
> updated the 1.9 table.
> Jim
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