Dustjacket Theme

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This is a template page used internally by the SCP Wiki.

PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH THIS PAGE
WITHOUT STAFF PERMISSION


rating: +10+x

Usage

This is a theme based on the current Wanderer's Library CSS Theme. For a theme based on the original Wanderer's Library CSS theme, see here.

Note: This is a Black Highlighter based theme. You will need to import the Black Highlighter theme as well in order to use this theme. To learn more go here.

To import this theme, add this to your page:

[[include :scp-wiki:component:black-highlighter-theme-dev]]
[[include :scp-wiki:component:dustjacket-theme]]

Theme Colors

Palm Leaf --gray-monochrome(45, 70, 45)
Golden Yellow --bright-accent(255, 219, 90)
Surf --pale-gray-monochrome(178, 210, 180)
Envy --light-gray-monochrome(130, 160, 135)
Cardin Green --dark-gray-monochrome(30, 55, 30)
Gold Tips --medium-accent(228, 180, 28)
Dark Goldenrod --dark-accent(185, 150, 17)
Mango Tango --newpage-color(221, 102, 17)
wandererslibary_logobg.png

Logo for The Wanderers' Library

Examples

A horizontal rule can be created with 4 hyphens "----" and extends across the whole page if it's not placed inside anything (eg a blockquote). The lines separating sections of this document are horizontal rules.


An alternative horizontal rule is available as well if the "----" is enclosed in a "fancyhr" class div, like so:

[[div_ class="fancyhr"]]
----
[[/div]]

Resulting in this:


There is also a special border that can be enabled by adding the "fancyborder" class to any element. For instance, this is the code to this block:
[[div_ class="fancyborder"]]
content goes here
[[/div]]

Footnotes gain a "(" or "," in front of them.12

Titles can be created by putting between one and six plus "+" at the start of the line

This is a tab view.

This is a blockquote, created by putting "> " at the start of each line.

More text


That's a horizontal rule

Nested blockquotes

This is a table
You should know how to make these
already

The body font is Adelle Sans.
The Header and Title font is Zuijin.
The monospace font used is Adaptive Mono.


Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License