Addendum:

Actually, my blockquote markup is *not* working the way I wanted, so  
scratch that. It will only put the tags around one block of text.  
What I need it to do is to be able to go around multiple blocks.  
Something like:

        [blockquote class="MyStyle"]

                [p]blah blah blah[/p]

                [p]blah blah blah[/p]

        [/blockquote]


Thanks,

Andy



On Mar 11, 2008, at 2:14 PM, Andrew Standfield wrote:

> First person to answer these questions *correctly* can get $5.00  
> via PayPal. I'll also donate $5.00 to PmWiki. I know it's not much,  
> and obviously, it's worth *way* more, but I am seriously broke.  
> Tell me what to code and where to put that code.
>
> (Note: I've used square brackets rather than angle brackets in the  
> hopes that my formatting won't get messed up in this email. In my  
> actual code, all the square brackets are angles brackets)
>
> First, three questions on formatting images:
>
> 1) How can I make it so that when I place an image, the block of  
> text it
> is in is a [p] rather than a [div]?
>
> 2) How can I apply a class (and/or an id) to an image in the form of:
>
>       [p][img src="http://ref.to.image.jpg"; alt="Example"  
> class="myClass" /] Blah blah blah.[/p]
>
>
> 3) Is there any way to use relative paths for images (this one  
> isn't all that important, but it would be nice)?
>
> Second part:
>
> I've managed to make a custom markup that generated blockquote  
> tags. It goes like this:
>
>       Markup("blockquote", "block", "/\\(:bq:\\)(.*?)\\(:bqend:\\)/",  
> "[blockquote]$1[/blockquote]");
>
>
> It works to generate the blockquote tag just fine, but I also need  
> to be able to pass a style to it. So, the output would looks  
> something like:
>
>       [blockquote class="MyStyle"]...[/blockquote]
>
>
> Being able to pass an id="blah" would be handy, too.
>
> Ideally, I'd like to mark it up like this (in actually using the  
> wiki, that is):
>
>       (:bq class="MyClass":)
>
>       Blah blah blah blah.
>
>       Yadda yadda.
>
>       (:bqend:)
>
>
>
> HALP!
>
> Thanks,
>
> Andy


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