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Usage: <code><nowiki>{{#tweekibodyclass:class1|class2|...}}</nowiki></code>
 
Usage: <code><nowiki>{{#tweekibodyclass:class1|class2|...}}</nowiki></code>
  
This parser function be used to add a class to the <code><body></code> tag of a specific page.
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This parser function can be used to add a class to the <code><body></code> tag of a specific page.

Latest revision as of 15:32, 22 May 2019

Tweekihide parser function

Usage: {{#tweekihide:element1|element2|...}}

This parser function can be used to hide elements from a specific page (e.g. the main page).

You can use all navigational sections and elements (also custom ones).

Attention! Elements need to be listed in $wgTweekiSkinHideable to be hideable via the parser function!

Tweekihideexcept parser function

Usage: {{#tweekihideexcept:group1,group2|element1|element2|...}}

This parser function can be used to hide elements from a specific page (e.g. the main page) for all except the members of the group specified with the first argument.

You can use all navigational sections and elements (also custom ones).

Attention! Elements need to be listed in $wgTweekiSkinHideable to be hideable via the parser function!

Tweekibodyclass parser function

Usage: {{#tweekibodyclass:class1|class2|...}}

This parser function can be used to add a class to the <body> tag of a specific page.