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Revision 562003-12-16 - PeterThoeny

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URCS Site-Level Preferences

The following are site-level settings that affect all users in all webs on this TWikiSite. They can be selectively overwritten on the individual web level (see WebPreferences in each web), and on the user level (create preferences in your user account topic in the Main web, ex: TWikiGuest).

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    • Set SKIN =

  • Broadcast message for skins supporting a %BROADCASTMESSAGE% at the top of the page: (IMPORTANT: Set to empty message if not used; #Comment out unused messages)
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    • #Set BROADCASTMESSAGE =
    • Set BROADCASTMESSAGE =
      NOTE:
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    • Set BROADCASTMESSAGE =
    • #Set BROADCASTMESSAGE =
      NOTE:
  Edit and Attach will be disabled today between 05:00 PM and 06:00 PM PDT (00:00 to 01:00 GMT) for a scheduled URCS maintenance.
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HTTP-EQUIV Settings

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  • http-equiv meta tags for view, rdiff, attach, search* scripts:
      * Set HTTP_EQUIV_ON_VIEW = 
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  • http-equiv meta tags for edit script. Example, to expire immediately:
    Set HTTP_EQUIV_ON_EDIT = <meta http-equiv="Expires" content="%GMTIME{"$day $month $year $hour:$min:$sec"}% GMT">
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  • http-equiv meta tags for edit script:
 
      * Set HTTP_EQUIV_ON_EDIT = 
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  • Bullet sign:
    • Set BULLET = •
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  • Line break and bullet: (useful in table cells)
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  • Line break and bullet with different levels of indentation:
 
    • Set BB =
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    • Set BB2 =
        •
    • Set BB3 =
          •
    • Set BB4 =
            •
 
  • Colored text: (see more StandardColors)
    You type: %RED% red text %ENDCOLOR% and %GREEN% green text %ENDCOLOR%
    You get: red text and green text
    • Note: %<color>% text must end with %ENDCOLOR% . If you want to switch from one color to another one you first need to end the active color with %ENDCOLOR%, e.g. write %RED% some text %ENDCOLOR% %GREEN% more text %ENDCOLOR%.
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<-- Two sets of colors follow: Color test and color setting -->
    • Set YELLOW = looks like this
    • Set ORANGE = looks like this
    • Set RED = looks like this
    • Set PINK = looks like this
    • Set PURPLE = looks like this
    • Set TEAL = looks like this
    • Set NAVY = looks like this
    • Set BLUE = looks like this
    • Set AQUA = looks like this
    • Set LIME = looks like this
    • Set GREEN = looks like this
    • Set OLIVE = looks like this
    • Set MAROON = looks like this
    • Set BLACK = looks like this
    • Set GRAY = looks like this
    • Set SILVER = looks like this
    • Set WHITE = looks like this (with gray background)
    • The following color settings are enclosed in verbatim tags to avoid incorrect nesting of XHTML tags:
 
    • Set YELLOW =
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      • YELLOW looks like this
 
    • Set ORANGE =
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      • ORANGE looks like this
 
    • Set RED =
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      • RED looks like this
 
    • Set PINK =
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      • PINK looks like this
 
    • Set PURPLE =
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      • PURPLE looks like this
 
    • Set TEAL =
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      • TEAL looks like this
 
    • Set NAVY =
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      • NAVY looks like this
 
    • Set BLUE =
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      • BLUE looks like this
 
    • Set AQUA =
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      • AQUA looks like this
 
    • Set LIME =
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      • LIME looks like this
 
    • Set GREEN =
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      • GREEN looks like this
 
    • Set OLIVE =
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      • OLIVE looks like this
 
    • Set MAROON =
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      • MAROON looks like this
 
    • Set BLACK =
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      • BLACK looks like this
 
    • Set GRAY =
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      • GRAY looks like this
 
    • Set SILVER =
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      • SILVER looks like this
 
    • Set WHITE =
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      • WHITE looks like this
    • And finally:
 
    • Set ENDCOLOR =
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      • To finish colored text
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  • Graphics used in TWiki documentation - view all images in TWikiDocGraphics. (There are various ways to set up common icons as text variables. This is simply one quick approach.):
 
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