Hi, I had a question regarding styling Blocks (ParagraphBlock, TextBlock,
etc). I noticed in the documentation of the code
that we could use the parameters map;
I'm new to Xwiki, and I recently imported a XAR for an extension, to see
what the process would be like for airgapped instances. Unfortunately, that
extension was already installed, and that seems to have broken its status
in the extension manager. If I click uninstall from the extension
> On 10 Apr 2016, at 10:41, Thibaut DEVERAUX wrote:
> I'm looking in a way to display a Masonry style page in XWiki for blog or
> The masonry style (often called "grid") is something like this :
On Fri, Apr 8, 2016 at 10:51 PM, Matthias Wegner wrote:
> Hi Users,
> i programmed two years ago the Citation-Extension at
> Now i found a bug in XWiki 8.x when i add on different pages the
On Fri, Apr 8, 2016 at 8:51 PM, Debajit Adhikary wrote:
> I have changed my MySQL database columns to support utf8mb4 (4-byte
> unicode), and I can render chinese characters etc correctly now.
Chinese characters work fine with uft8 too.
> When I upgrade my XWiki to a
I'm looking in a way to display a Masonry style page in XWiki for blog or
The masonry style (often called "grid") is something like this :
// Why ?
In termes of ergonomics it show it full potential when images speak better
than text. This is
> On 09 Apr 2016, at 16:19, Mark Andrew Bickford wrote:
> No data to salvage, thanks.
> And I really liked the Xwiki platform, and hope to use it again in the
> future. But in the meantime, my personal need for the wiki has come to an end.