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plugins [2012/11/21 10:04]
tower [Plugins]
plugins [2013/09/12 14:51]
tower [Using color in tables]
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-^Standard Table Header ^Standard Header | +^Standard Table Header^Standard Header| 
-|<color red/​silver>​red on silver></​color>​ |<color blue/​yellow>​blue on yellow</​color>​ | +|<color red/​silver>​red on silver></​color>​|<​color blue/​yellow>​blue on yellow</​color>​| 
-|{{  :​dokuwiki-128.png?​80x80 ​ }} | \\ The above markup in nowiki tags:          \\  \\ <​nowiki><​color blue/​yellow>​blue on yellow</​color></​nowiki>​ | +|{{  :​dokuwiki-128.png?​80x80 ​ }}| \\ The above markup in nowiki tags:           ​\\   ​\\ <​nowiki><​color blue/​yellow>​blue on yellow</​color></​nowiki>​| 
-|A useful plugin for table cell background colors is [[http://​www.dokuwiki.org/​plugin:​cellbg|cellbg]]. ​ It fills the entire cell with a background color, and it can be used in conjunction with the font tool.  The cell to the right is an example of this technique. ​ The cellbg markup is as follows: @#​6495ed: ​   Ligne 1.  The font color and font size and family are applied to the text—Ligne 1—and not to the cellbg markup. |@#​6495ed: ​   <font 12pt:​normal/​Palatino,​ Palatino Linotype;;​rgb(255,​ 255, 51);;​inherit>​Ligne 1</​font>​ |+|A useful plugin for table cell background colors is [[http://​www.dokuwiki.org/​plugin:​cellbg|cellbg]]. ​ It fills the entire cell with a background color, and it can be used in conjunction with the font tool.  The cell to the right is an example of this technique. ​ The cellbg markup is as follows: @#​6495ed: ​    ​Ligne 1.  The font color and font size and family are applied to the text—Ligne 1—and not to the cellbg markup.|@#​6495ed: ​    ​<font 12pt:​normal/​Palatino,​ Palatino Linotype;;​rgb(255,​255,​51);;​inherit>​Ligne 1</​font>​ |
  
  
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