THX for your fast help.
That is exactly what i was searching.
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Datum: 05.11.2003 09:32
Von: J=E9r=F4me WAGNER <jwagner@...>
An: <sysadm@...>, <phpwiki-talk@...>
Betreff: RE : [Phpwiki-talk] phpWiki and Design
> I guess you already have located where the templates are located.
> The thing to know is that when a template is not overridden by a
> look&feel, the template file that is used is the one located in the
> "default" template.
> For example, you have a browse.tmpl that gives you the overall layout of
> page when you browse it. In there you can add whatever you want (but
> be able to edit it within the wiki itself)
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> Envoy=E9=A0: mercredi 5 novembre 2003 09:14
> =C0=A0: phpwiki-talk@...
> Objet=A0: [Phpwiki-talk] phpWiki and Design
> Hi @all
> I've downloaded the latest release of phpWiki, and all works good and
> correctly :)
> But now my question:
> Can i change the design?
> By design, i don't mean the color of the site, but the look.
> The reason why i ask, is i want insert a menu on the left site, but i
> couldn't find the part, which creates the body (content).
> PHP should be no problem.
> I hope you could help me.
> Kind regards
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