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Hi,

I have Moinmoin 1.3.4 installed and working on Linux RHEL3.0. However,
all screen elements are lined up on the left hand side. How can I get
it displayed like the wiki at:

http://moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de/HelpOnConfiguration

instead of this ? ->

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Aug 17 '05 #1
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Mark wrote:
Hi,

I have Moinmoin 1.3.4 installed and working on Linux RHEL3.0. However,
all screen elements are lined up on the left hand side. How can I get
it displayed like the wiki at:
Well, this is probably a better question for the moin lists but
I have seen this behavior before. I would check the

data_underlay_dir = './underlay/'

line in your wikiconfig.py file. If it's not getting the right
templates it won't format the page right. This is the only
advice I can give. Beyond this I don't know what else you can
try.

http://moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de/HelpOnConfiguration

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Aug 17 '05 #2
Hi Patrick,

Sorry about the cross post, but I could not find a moin list. Do you
have a sub folder or a better name?

I searched for moin and for wiki but only found some actual wikis and
some groups with only a few members.

Anyway, I checked my data_underlay_dir and it is valid and contains one
subdir, called pages, which has a huge set of subdirs.

Do you know where else I can turn?

Thanks
Mark

Aug 17 '05 #3
Mark wrote:
Hi,

I have Moinmoin 1.3.4 installed and working on Linux RHEL3.0. However,
all screen elements are lined up on the left hand side. How can I get
it displayed like the wiki at:

Mark,
Mine looks like yours when I have problems with some Apache process. I
haven't tracked the problem down yet, but it works perfectly with 2.0.53,
but it doesn't work with Apache 2.0.54 on a SuSE 9.3 Professional box.

I have the following packages installed:

apache2-2.0.53-9.2
apache2-doc-2.0.53-9
apache2-example-pages-2.0.53-9
apache2-mod_perl-2.0.0-4
apache2-mod_php4-4.3.10-14.6
apache2-mod_python-3.1.3-42
apache2-mod_ruby-1.2.4-3
apache2-prefork-2.0.53-9.2

I hope it helps.
Be seeing you,
--
Jorge Godoy <go***@ieee.org>

Aug 18 '05 #4
> Hi,

I have Moinmoin 1.3.4 installed and working on Linux RHEL3.0. However,
all screen elements are lined up on the left hand side. How can I get
it displayed like the wiki at:

http://moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de/HelpOnConfiguration


Hi Mark,

It seems that your MoinMoin installation works besides the links to the
styles and images. I would check the

url_prefix = '/wiki'

line in your wikiconfig.py file. url_prefix should be set to the name of
the alias for "/usr/share/moin/htdocs" (the path may vary on your
system) in your Apache configuration. I had the same problem and I had
changed the line to the URL prefix for my wiki by mistake.
Aug 18 '05 #5
The missing link under /var/www/html was exactly the problem. Somehow
missed this in the labyrinth of setup instructions.

I have another question, and as of yet, have not found another
discussion group for moinmoin, so sorry, but here goes:

I have a table and would like the table borders to go away. Although
it doesn't talk about border widths explicitliy, the HelpOnTables seems
to point to this :

<tablestyle="width: 80%; border: 0;">

But that does nothing to the border lines. Adjusting width in the same
line does work to change the size of the table, but it doesn't seem to
understand 'border'.

Anyone know how to make the borders disappear?

Thanks
Mark

Aug 20 '05 #6
Mark wrote:
The missing link under /var/www/html was exactly the problem. Somehow
missed this in the labyrinth of setup instructions.

I have another question, and as of yet, have not found another
discussion group for moinmoin, so sorry, but here goes:

I have a table and would like the table borders to go away. Although
it doesn't talk about border widths explicitliy, the HelpOnTables seems
to point to this :

<tablestyle="width: 80%; border: 0;">

But that does nothing to the border lines. Adjusting width in the same
line does work to change the size of the table, but it doesn't seem to
understand 'border'.

Anyone know how to make the borders disappear?

Thanks
Mark

I would try a stylesheet forum or an (X)HTML forum for this
question, but first look here,

http://lynx.fnal.gov/runjob/HelpOnCo...ingStyleSheets

and then look here,

http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/tables.html#borders

But, if the information you're putting in the table is not
true tabular data, consider more semantic markup.
--
mbstevens
http://www.mbstevens.com/cgi/mkatt.p...ique_Generator

Aug 20 '05 #7

Mark> I have another question, and as of yet, have not found another
Mark> discussion group for moinmoin, so sorry, but here goes:

Have you tried the mailing list mo*******@lists.sourceforget.net? If you
are determined to read it via Usenet, try gmane:

http://dir.gmane.org/search.php?match=moin

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