Difference between revisions of "P2P Foundation:LinkList template explanation"

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|content=If a line-height value is to be supplied, it must come directly after the font-size value, separated by a slash. All of the other properties are optional, and can come in any order; but must be specified before the font-size value. In simple terms, here’s the syntax, with brackets around the optional value
 
|content=If a line-height value is to be supplied, it must come directly after the font-size value, separated by a slash. All of the other properties are optional, and can come in any order; but must be specified before the font-size value. In simple terms, here’s the syntax, with brackets around the optional value
 
|linkTitle=Key Blogs and Tags
 
|linkTitle=Key Blogs and Tags
|links=
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|links= 
 
#George Siemens: [http://it.coe.uga.edu/itforum/Paper105/Siemens.pdf Learning and Knowing in Networks]: Changing roles for Educators and Designers.
 
#George Siemens: [http://it.coe.uga.edu/itforum/Paper105/Siemens.pdf Learning and Knowing in Networks]: Changing roles for Educators and Designers.
 
#Ilkka Tuomi: [[Learning in the Age of Networked Intelligence]]
 
#Ilkka Tuomi: [[Learning in the Age of Networked Intelligence]]

Revision as of 14:20, 3 March 2009

testing some templates here

ToC will come here by default.

Title

The linklist h3's will trigger a table of contents (ToC) block. Several options:

  • Put a ==title== above the template.
  • Manually put a __TOC__ in the page to display the ToC in that position.
  • Put a __NOTOC__ in the page to disable the ToC.

The default behavior is probably to place the ToC above the first title.

How to use this template (for michel mainly). Copy the code below into a fresh page, and delete the test content, add your own. See the notices above if something weird happens with the styling.