Among the custom user pages (about, contact, etc...), you also have an "empty page". I didn't found any documentation about how to use it on the forum. So you we are again forced to run some long "try-and-test" session, as in the old good time of jAlbum, years ago
For my albums related to our trips, I just want in this custom page to give some hints about some practical advices e.g. restaurants we have like, etc ... so that's basically about plain text, with some few font enhancement. In short ... ultra basic, isn't (!?)
Well ... no.
It looks like there are some undocumented things to do or not to do, because I just can't write simple basic HTML code. The fact is that I just cannot handle it, as I am used to for e.g. the "info" page of the Turtle skin:
Ultra basic command such as "p", "br", "div", etc ... just does not work
It looks like there is some table that is already pre-defined ???
I guess you cannot use "header" and "footer", as the defaut HTML code tells "keep this".
So I suspect that you have to use some kind of container first such as "article", "section"... to encapsulate your text ???
After 2 hours of unsuccessful searches and tests ... I give up .
If anyone could supply a code example, you're welcomed .
Basically, I think the most efficient thing would be that Laza supplies a working example by default in this "empty page" (instead of "<%-- Replace this with your html --%>").
This is not simply about knowing HTML; I know some basics as I already used it for Turtle since years.
The fact is that if I take some of my existing code working in Turtle "info" page and paste it here, this does not work. The text "jumps" around without any logic, paragraph command are just not recognized, etc ...
So this is why I suspect you need to use some specific style or page description, before you start writing some text, right?
Basically the main difference is that Lucid is based on "flex layout" which is different from the good old "block" and "float" layouts. If you wrap the content in a div that has a "display: block" attribute it falls back to normal mode.
<div class="custom-page" style="display: block !important;">
.... Your code here ....
Sorry, there is no documentation for this, as the content here can be anything. Unfortunately, without HTML knowledge it's mission impossible.
Given the above, there is a how to make a template page wiki entry. It gives basic information on making a user interface and how to code for those elements. And, of course, there are the templates that come with skins that can be changed to make custom content, maybe possible after reading the above wiki page.
Sorry, the problem is not related to "block" - it's inherent in Lucid. Has a formatting of UL's that removes bullets. (Probably came from an older skin.) I will remove this from the upcoming version. You can replace the files in the skin directory / CSS folder with the attached.