Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of Examples


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Timestamp:
01/12/07 16:58:14 (11 years ago)
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ray
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  • Examples

    v19 v20  
    11= Xinha Example = 
    22 
    3 '''Note:''' You should open this in a new window or tab, a bug in Firefox particularly makes going back from pages containing the editor a bit of a pain (duplicate pages are inserted in the history). 
    4  
     3== Latest Stable == 
     4=== Extended Example === 
     5This allows you to play around with all the plugins and skins available.[[BR]] 
     6{{{ 
     7#!html 
     8<a style="background:#EEEEEE none repeat scroll 0%;border:1px outset #CCCCCC;color:#222222;padding:0.1em 0.5em;" href="http://xinha.raimundmeyer.de/x_examples/ext_example.html" target="_blank">Open Example</a> 
     9}}} 
     10=== Restricted Example === 
     11This demonstrates how you can configure the editor to fit your needs. Below the editor you can see the actual  
     12code that produces the page.[[BR]] 
     13{{{ 
     14#!html 
     15<a style="background:#EEEEEE none repeat scroll 0%;border:1px outset #CCCCCC;color:#222222;padding:0.1em 0.5em;" href="http://xinha.raimundmeyer.de/x_examples/restricted.php" target="_blank">Open Example</a> 
     16}}} 
    517== Latest Nightly == 
    618 
    719The nightly build is the bleeding edge, it may have features that are not yet in the stable release, or it may not work at all.  But it will give you the best idea of what Xinha is capable of.  Usually the nightly should be fine for general use. 
    820 
    9  * [http://xinha.gogo.co.nz/xinha-nightly/examples/ext_example.html Xinha Example] 
     21{{{ 
     22#!html 
     23<a style="background:#EEEEEE none repeat scroll 0%;border:1px outset #CCCCCC;color:#222222;padding:0.1em 0.5em;" href="http://xinha.gogo.co.nz/xinha-nightly/examples/ext_example.html" target="_blank">Open Example</a> 
     24}}} 
    1025 
    11 == Latest Stable == 
    12  
    13 Xinha does not yet have a stable release (well, we used to, but it's too out of date).