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Re: Re: Adding CSS Class to Reference Items and Proper Linking

posts: 731 United States

Thanks a million Rick for your response, I inserted the boldBlue class in the CSS box as pictured below. Is there another step I am missing to bring out the blue?

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I was under the impression footnotes were for personal notes to ourselves? Not actually a reference or citation plugin?

Thanks for your help Rick!

 

posts: 3625 United States
Is there another step I am missing to bring out the blue?

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Yes, you need to acutally define the boldBlue class, for example, by using the Custom CSS field on the Admin: Look & Feel page. Please see the docs for details: https://doc.tiki.org/Customization?structure=Tiki+Reference+Guide

I was under the impression footnotes were for personal notes to ourselves? Not actually a reference or citation plugin?

 

If all you want is a place to log personal notes to a page, you can use the wiki Footnotes option. Please see the docs for details:  https://doc.tiki.org/Wiki+General+Preferences?structure=Tiki+Reference+Guide

 

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posts: 731 United States

Thanks Rick! That did it! I installed the code as seen in References Set Style

.references ul li.boldBlue{
font-weight:bold;
color:#0000FF;
}

Now I have my wonderful blue text at Sam Maloof and scroll to the bottom. Now once I get the linking worked out we'll be in business.

As for footnotes, no, I really want the references to work, I do not need to make personal notes, I want the biblio feature to work completely, it is essential to my wiki. Thanks again Rick!