Our wiki software is ugly
alexander at sulfrian.net
Sat Aug 11 04:49:00 CDT 2007
On Fri, 10 Aug 2007 15:05:58 -0700
Scott Ritchie <scott at open-vote.org> wrote:
> Our wiki software needs a major update, especially as we start to
> expect users to actually read it.
> For instance, look at the FAQ page:
> Then, click on edit and see how it should look. From what I can tell,
> there are a few obvious errors:
btw. if you press preview on the edit page, it looks like it should xD
Maybe its only a problem with the style of the final wiki page?
> 1) The wiki software is completely ignoring line breaks. I could hit
> return 4 times and the HTML rendered would be on subsequent lines,
> without a break or paragraph tag between them.
> 2) For some completely strange reason, if you make a list item that
> includes a link then the entire list item will be in a smaller font.
> This makes for extremely weird and inconsistent lists when a link to
> another wiki page is included in some, but not all, of the items.
> 3) Header text is almost impossible to figure out right, and there is
> absolutely no standard of what we should do.
> Is there a reason we chose the software we did? Would it be too hard
> to migrate to something else, or at least fix the display bugs?
> Scott Ritchie
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