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Item871: first line of topic has to be empty for correct markup

Priority: Low
Current State: Closed
Released In:
Target Release:
Applies To: Extension
Component: PublishPlugin
Reported By: ChristophScheurer
Waiting For:
Last Change By: CrawfordCurrie
If I publish a topic e.g. with the standard print skin the first line appears verbatim in the static html page (this is ugly e.g. for a first level heading). This can be prevented if the first line is completely empty and the content only starts on the second line. But then, the next time I edit the topic again, this empty first line is discarded automatically. A working hack is to make the first line a nop and then an empty line. But that's not a workable approach with a larger user base. This problem does not occur with the basic_publish skin, yet with everything derived from PatternSkin I have this problem.

-- ChristophScheurer

I don't see this effect; i get output published according to the skin I select.

It sounds like the version of pattern skin you are using may have been locally modified....

-- CrawfordCurrie - 18 Mar 2009

I had the same issue, I had to modify the TMPL:DEF{"content"} definition so that there is an empty line before TEXT.

(I took pattern skin and created a publish skin)

-- MarcSCHAEFER - 09 May 2009

pattern is not a publishable skin; it has many dynamic components. Given that this works with basic_publish, and Marc has provided a workaround, I'm lowering the priority from Urgent to Low.

-- CrawfordCurrie - 16 May 2009

TEXT is used in a horrible way by the View script, as a split anchor, and a newline is silently injected when the split is reassembled. Simulated by adding in a newline.

-- CrawfordCurrie - 18 May 2009

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Summary first line of topic has to be empty for correct markup
ReportedBy ChristophScheurer
Codebase 1.0.0
SVN Range Foswiki-1.0.0, Thu, 08 Jan 2009, build 1878
AppliesTo Extension
Component PublishPlugin
Priority Low
CurrentState Closed
Checkins PublishPlugin:4ccb27104654
Topic revision: r6 - 18 May 2009, CrawfordCurrie - This page was cached on 13 Feb 2017 - 19:05.

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