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SID-02349: Move tags to bottom of the screen

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Category: Server OS: Debain Last update: 2 months ago

How do I move tags to the bottom of the screen?

-- TWiki Guest - 2018-03-19

Discussion and Answer

Here's a recipe to move the tags to the bottom:

  1. In your installation directory, copy templates/view.tagme.tmpl to templates/view.tagsbottom.tmpl
  2. In that copy, replace contentheader with contentfooter
  3. In your Main.TWikiPreferences, add a preference setting Set SKIN = tagsbottom, topmenu, pattern
  4. Done!

The background: The position of the tags is defined in the template view.tagme.tmpl in the templates directory of your installation, and this file is activated by the setting SKIN = tagme, topmenu, pattern in your TWiki.TWikiPreferences topic. The topic Main.TWikiPreferences is intended for local customisations which will not get lost when you upgrade TWiki, therefore it is a better location to change the setting. And by creating a copy of view.tagme.tmpl, this changes are as well safe. Both the areas contentfooter and contentheader are present in TWiki skins but empty in the "core" distribution.

-- Harald Jörg - 2018-03-19

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Title Move tags to bottom of the screen

TWiki version 6.0.2
Server OS Debain
Web server Apache
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