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NAME ^

HTML::WikiConverter::DokuWikiFCK - A WikiConverter Dialect supporting the FCKeditor in DokuWiki

SYNOPSIS ^

DokuWikiFCK is not designed to be used independently of DokuWiki and the dwfckg plugin, of which it is a part. It sits between the FCKeditor and DokuWiki and converts the HTML created by the FCKeditor into an extended DokuWiki markup.

It has no public programming interface. It is a subclass of HTML::WikiConverter::DokuWiki and may be itself subclassed to add functionality.

DESCRIPTION ^

DokuWikiFCK subclasses HTML::WikiConverter::DokuWiki in order to support the FCKeditor. Its aim is to support as many as possible of the graphic capabilities of the FCKeditor, giving users of DokuWiki access to layout and design featuires. DokuWikiFCK currently supports font selection, color choice (text-color and background-color), tables lists, text sizes and weights, block elements, etc. In all of these it is possible to apply, where applicable, background colors (as in tables) and all font attributes.

It supports both text and image positioning. The FCKeditor enables a number of fixed positioning features: --left, right, and center justification and fixed pixel width indents and outdents. DokuWikiFCK supports all of these. One of its unique features is that it supports space-bar positioning--i.e. pushing elements to the right one space at a time and moving them backward with the delete key.

INSTALLATION ^

Installing from CPAN
    perl -MCPAN -e 'install HTML::WikiConverter::DokuWikiFCK'
    
    This will install all of the Perl dependencies you need as well as
    the dwfckg DokuWiki plugin. 
   

    This method makes sense for a first-time install.
Installing from the Command Line
    You can download the current version of DokuWikiFCK from either CPAN or
    http://www.mturner.org/development and then install the module manually.
    
    This method makes sense if you have already installed a previous version
    and are upgrading.  Then you can consult the README before installing for
    any instructions applying the upgrade.  

    The standard instructions for installing manually are:

    gzip -dc  HTML-WikiConverter-DokuWikiFCK-0.<nn>.tar.gz  | tar -xvf -
           OR
    tar -xzf HTML-WikiConverter-DokuWikiFCK-0.<nn>.tar.gz

    perl Makefile.PL
    make
    make test
    make install
Installation of the image manager

To implement inserting and uploading of images:

        1.replace the copy of DokuWiki's mediamanager.php in tpl/<default> with 
the one included in this package. Either of the above two installation methods
will try to do this for you.

        2. Create a userfiles directory in your doucment root directory.  Inside userfiles,
create a symbolic link that points to the dokuwiki media directory:
             userfiles
                image -> <dokuwiki_directory>/data/media

SEE ALSO ^

See the README file.

Illustrations and information are currently available at the following web site: http://www.mturner.org/development

AUTHOR ^

Myron Turner <turnermm02@shaw.ca>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2008 by Myron Turner License: GPL2 or Perl

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.

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