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Hi Nash,

I like your ePUB extension - at least the idea as I did not testdrive it yet. I think it would be great to integrate it with our Extension:Collection. Let me know what you think and how I could help. --he!ko 13:44, 20 April 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I'll love to, after the extension will be more stable and includes some basic feature it's lack (image support!!) --Nahsh 07:15, 22 April 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]

plain export functionalityEdit

Hy Nash

perhaps you can help

I am looking for an way to use an WIKI page as the source for xml data eg slideshowbox uses an xml datafile:

<SlideshowBox>

<items>
 <item>
  <thumbnailPath>http://worldexpatonline.com/mediawiki-1.15.1/images/6/69/I-Want.jpg</thumbnailPath>
  <largeImagePath>http://worldexpatonline.com/mediawiki-1.15.1/images/6/69/I-Want.jpg</largeImagePath>
  <fullScreenImagePath>http://worldexpatonline.com/mediawiki-1.15.1/images/6/69/I-Want.jpg</fullScreenImagePath>
  <title><![CDATA[Image 1]]></title>
  <description><![CDATA[Description for image 1]]></description>
 </item>

etc etc etc

 {{#Widget:Slideshow
 |xmlurl=http://worldexpatonline.com/test_slideshow/HTML%20embed/sample1.xml
 |mode=Cube3dHorizontal.swf
 |width=500 
 |height=200
 }}  

In this way i am able to integrate this into wiki, but in an secure way without having to use an XML file like this example

Any good links that would explain how to export only this part of an wiki page to an file?

rgards