From: Paul Boddie <paul@bo...> - 2013-07-21 14:22:17
On Sunday 21 July 2013 06:36:01 Emmanuel Mayssat wrote:
> I would like to change the style of headers for a subset of pages.
> How can I inject my css stylesheet in a particular page?
For all pages, you can obviously change the "stylesheets" configuration
setting like this (not tested):
stylesheets = [("screen", "/css/mystyles.css")]
This augments the stylesheets mentioned in the theme class. See the ThemeBase
class in MoinMoin/theme/__init__.py for the default definitions.
To affect only some pages, it might be necessary to change the theme code or
to override a theme with extra code to insert references to styles and
scripts (with regard to your other question). The html_head method in a theme
(see the ThemeBase class for details) invokes various other methods to do
this work and either those methods or html_head itself could be customised to
insert extra stylesheet and script references in a more flexible fashion.
You might test the page name and insert extra stuff in html_head like this:
html = ...
if d["page"].page_name in ("SpecialPage", ...):
# Refer to .../common/js/special.js
# Refer to .../theme/css/mystyles.css
# (you have to install mystyles.css in the theme's css directory)
html.append(self._stylesheet_link(True, "screen", "mystyles.css"))
You could make a new theme and override html_head, adding your own stylesheet
and script references to the string that comes back from the superclass's
html_head, or you could change the existing themes. I can't think of a nice
and quick way of doing this for all themes at the moment, but maybe there are
some tricks that can be used. (You could change html_stylesheets in
ThemeBase, for example, but that would leave you with local modifications to
Moin itself, which isn't always desirable.)