Thanks a million if anyone knows how.
So far, I’ve used a simple “migration” script to use both js 1.9.1 & 1.10.0 which works, but the filtering is not working with the new menu.
The structure is a bit different, meaning the jpList plugin uses the data-path attribute inside a span tag for each category it filters.
The multi-level menu uses a li tag structure with a tags.
I am not sure what variables need to be modified to do this.
I have the source to both & what I’ve tried so far if anyone knows their way around js libraries.
I’d be willing to send a PayPal payment your way as well if you can help.
Thanks, Sean Wichert, Sr.
So do you think it would be faster to simply save all existing html pages & copy & paste into new templates and simply re-style the existing elements that are used by the pages from the current wiki?
I mean, Media Wiki templates don’t really use very many different tags any in general.
Just line height & default font sizes plus a little alignment, padding & margin that mainly all stem from the top level elements.
I’m still going to hunt around for a less time consuming process.
I’ve been assigned a project to redesign an existing wiki for a company with a rather sizable wiki.
I am searching for a file I can purchase or technique I can use to import the existing wiki html content from all articles to my app with a new style sheet.
Anyone have a tool on Envato or reference I can buy/read…?
Thanks folks, Sean Wichert, Sr.
I need a tool that let’s users select radio or check boxes leading to the corresponding data with ability to have content displayed based on selection(s) with a text based output in plain text or formatted text upon selections or submit after selections are made.
Anyone seen anything on Envato I am not finding?
Basically, something like this: http://ansonika.com/theme_selector/?t=ANNOVA-Survey
Although I need the ability to add content with html to reflect selections such as images & html formatted text.
I need a customizable troubleshooting click through guide that outputs the selections to be copied & pasted as notes for a ticketing system I use to track calls for pc troubleshooting for my customers.
Thanks, Sean Sr.
Thanks. Only $21 to go!!!
I’ve been doing F/T PC Helpdesk & Network IT Support Remotely here in Austin for about 1.5 years now & it is a great gig, but I loved making files here for many years. Took a long time to add them all. lol
Cheers, Sean Sr.
Thanks for being a solid marketplace & network of professionals.
The earnings I have gathered here over the years have really helped out with our bills & bought some great gifts for the Mrs.
It’s been a pleasure meeting all the wonderful people I’ve communicated with.
Sincerely, Sean Wichert, Sr.
I’d like to say thank you to God first and foremost, thanks to all of my customers for their business and thanks to Collis & the rest of the original crew and authors I have met for helping FlashDen get off the ground over four years ago now and become the nine marketplaces it is today.
It has been quite an experience to produce stock work for sale on your network of marketplaces and although trying at times, producing work here continues to pay off.
Thanks, Sean Wichert, Sr.
Waiting for last months earnings here in Austin.