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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiGroup
    group shows only the pages that have changed within that group the Site All Recent Changes page shows all pages that have changed in all groups Each group can also have Group Header or Group Footer pages that contain text to be automatically prepended or appended to every page in the group A group can also have a Group Attributes page that defines attributes read and edit passwords shared by all pages within the group Each page can also have its own individual read edit password that overrides the group passwords see Passwords Finally wiki administrators can set local customizations on a per group basis see Group Customizations Group s default page The default start page for a group is a page whose name is the same as the group Foo Foo HomePage Foo HomePage a name that the administrator has assigned to the DefaultName variable in the configuration php file Note on this site the value of DefaultName is HomePage and thus the default home page would be Foo HomePage You can usefully change the default search order for an entered page name by setting the variable PagePathFmt in config php eg PagePathFmt array Group 1 1 DefaultName 1 1 DefaultGroup 1 Profiles 1 where 1 is the name of the page entered As noted above when linking to the default home page authors can omit the page name and simply identify the group followed by a forward slash Foo Note the forward slash is required to ensure that the link unambiguously points to the identified group If the slash is omitted the link can end up being interpreted as pointing to an existing or new page in the current group if the group or its default home page do not exist Subgroups Subpages No PmWiki does not have subpages Pm s reasons for not having subgroups are described at PmWiki Hierarchical Groups but it comes down to not having a good page linking syntax If you create a link or pagename like A B C PmWiki doesn t think of B C as being in group A it instead thinks of C as being in group AB which is a separate group from A Wiki administrators can look at Cookbook Subgroup Markup and Cookbook Include With Edit for recipes that may be of some help with developing subgroups or subpages Restricting the creation of new groups You can set PmWiki s GroupPattern variable to only accept the group names you want to define For example to limit pages to the PmWiki Main Profiles and Example groups add the following to local config php GroupPattern Site SiteAdmin PmWiki Main Profiles Example With this setting only the listed groups will be considered valid WikiGroups You can add more groups to the list by placing additional group names separated by pipes See other solutions to this at Cookbook Limit Wiki Groups and Cookbook New Group Warning How can I get rid of the Main group in urls for pages pointing to

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / InterMap
    megaliths in England Usage in a wiki page Like other links you can use the double bracket syntax to get different link text Meatball StartingPoints starting points over at Meatball starting points Meatball StartingPoints over at Meatball starting points over at Meatball starting points over at Meatball If you want to link just to what the intermap says e g http www wikipedia com wiki for Wikipedia then do Wikipedia Wikipedia s main page which produces Wikipedia s main page Note the period after the Map reference The special Path InterMap entry can be used to create relative urls in links Custom InterMap prefixes The actual set of InterMap links at any site is defined by the site administrator via the Site InterMap page and the local localmap txt file An intermap entry takes the following format MapPrefix http example com partial url The InterMap entry can be for any of the link schemes supported by PmWiki You can create your own InterMap links by doing one or more of the following Modify the page called Site InterMap and place entries like the ones above in it Create a file called local localmap txt and place entries like the ones above in it In a WikiFarm installation you can create a file called local farmmap txt and there place entries like the ones above in it These prefixes will be common to all the wikis in the farm Ensure that there is a space after the colon Do not edit the file scripts intermap txt directly If you do you ll lose your changes when you upgrade PmWiki Variables and InterMap links It s possible to use variables within your InterMap entries The following entries create ThisWiki and ThisPage shortcuts ThisWiki ScriptUrl ThisPage PageUrl You can also define InterMap entries

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiTrails
    won t be in the trail because it follows text Uploads This won t be in the trail because it is preceded by the center style Some text This won t be in the trail because it is not a link PageLists Listing pages by multiple criteria with templated output http pmwiki org This won t be in the trail because it is not a page link PmWiki InterMap This won t be in the trail because it is an InterMap link Cookbook Cookbook This won t be in the trail because it is an InterMap link PmWiki philosophy Design notes The first link in this definition list will and the second link won t be in the trail defined by definition list Security This won t be in the trail because its preceded by a hidden anchor Links This won t be in the trail because its preceded by a hidden newwin style Troubleshooting This won t be in the trail because its preceded by hidden italic style markup The list above creates the following wikitrail displayed using a pagelist pagelist trail FullName trailstart trailend fmt FullName traillist Pm Wiki Installation Pm Wiki Local Customizations Pm Wiki Pm Wiki Pm Wiki Page Lists Pm Wiki Pm Wiki Philosophy Observations In general indentation levels in the page list don t matter trails are a linear sequence of pages A page is part of the trail only if the page link immediately follows the list markup The list itself can be delineated by the use of anchors allowing for multiple lists on a page or for some list items to be excluded Using the trail What makes a trail work is adding trail markup on the pages in the trail i e the pages that are listed in the bullet numbered list on the trail index page To build a trail add trail markup like TrailIndexPage to a page where TrailIndexPage is the page described above containing the bulleted list of pages in the trail PmWiki will display the trail markup with links to any previous and next pages in the trail The trail markup can be placed anywhere in a group header or footer or on a page A page can contain multiple trail markups If you are adding a trail to every page in a group consider setting the trail markup in the Group Header or Group Footer pages instead of on every individual page in your group Path trail TrailIndexPage treats the list levels as a hierarchy and displays the path to reach the current page i e a breadcrumb trail In the example trail above the markup TrailIndexPage on TrailPage4 would display as TrailIndexPage TrailPage2 TrailPage4 and for a trail path Wiki administrators can change the trail separator of the path trail TrailIndexPage from the default by setting the variable TrailPathSep in the config php file For instance TrailPathSep will output TrailIndexPage TrailPage2 TrailPage4 Circular trails Typically a trail is a linear list with a first and

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / LayoutVariables
    not list in the normal group s Recent Changes page DraftRecentChangesFmt Group RecentDraftChanges Group Name CurrentTime by AuthorLink ChangeSummary DraftRecentChangesFmt Group RecentChanges RCLinesMax The maximum number of lines to be stored in RecentChanges pages The default is zero meaning no limit RCLinesMax 1000 maintain at most 1000 recent changes PageRedirectFmt The text to be used when a page is redirected via the redirect markup PageRedirectFmt p i redirected from FullName p PageRedirectFmt For display options see also the FAQ on PageDirectives WikiStyle An array which contains the predefined WikiStyles which can be used on a textpage See PmWiki CustomWikiStyles WikiStyleApply An array which defines the scope of wiki styling per HTML element Default settings are item li dt list ul ol dl div div pre pre img img block p sclass div ul ol dl li dt pre h 1 6 p p sclass This defines that we can apply wiki styling on LI elements using the item keyword UL OL DL elements using the list keyword etc An example of applying scope to an LI element is below For more information refer to WikiStyle scopes apply item red Here is a red styled list item This item would not be styled Here is a red styled list item This item would not be styled You can add additional HTML elements to WikiStyleApply to apply wiki styles to other HTML elements For example to allow styling on table rows or anchor tags MaxIncludes Controls the number of times that pages can be included via the include and other directives used to control recursion and otherwise pose a sanity check on page contents MaxIncludes defaults to 50 but can be set to any value by the wiki administrator MaxIncludes 50 default MaxIncludes 1000 allow lots of includes MaxIncludes 0 turn off includes Skin Lists the name s of skins to load unless overridden by ActionSkin Normally Skin contains a single string which is a the name of a skin directory but it may also be an array of names in which case the first skin found from the list is used SkinDirUrl Set by scripts skins php to be the base url of the current skin s directory i e within a pub skins directory This variable is typically used inside of a skin tmpl file to provide access to css files and graphic images associated with the skin SkinLibDirs An array which given the filesystem path array key to a skin or a directory containing several skins provides the corresponding URL array value The array key is the directory containing the skin tmpl and skin php files as seen by the PmWiki program It does not have to be publicly accessible The value is the URL web address of the directory containing the css gif and other files which appear in the HTML code sent by PMWiki to the browser This directory must be publicly accessible By default SkinLibDirs is set to SkinLibDirs array pub skins Skin PubDirUrl skins Skin

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / PmWikiPhilosophy
    a web page then PmWiki is not what you should be using to create it What PmWiki does try to do is make it easy to link PmWiki to other non wiki web documents to embed PmWiki pages inside of complex web pages and to allow other web documents to easily link to PmWiki This principle also follows from the favor writers over readers principle above every new feature added to PmWiki requires some sort of additional markup to support it Pretty soon the source document looks pretty ugly and we d all be better off just writing HTML Another reason for avoiding arbitrary HTML is that ill formed HTML can cause pages to stop displaying completely and arbitrary HTML can be a security risk more so when pages can be created anonymously See http www cert org advisories CA 2000 02 html for more information 3 Avoid gratuitous features or creeping featurism In general PmWiki features are implemented in response to specific needs rather than because someone identifies something that might be useful In any sort of useful system it s hard to change a poorly designed feature once people have built a lot of structure based on it Need an example Look at MS DOS or Windows One way to avoid poor design is to resist the temptation to implement something until you have a clearer idea of how it will be used 4 Support collaborative maintenance of public web pages Although this wasn t at all the original intent of PmWiki it became quickly obvious that WikiWikiWeb principles could be used to make it easier for groups to collaboratively design and maintain a public web site presence PmWiki allows individual pages to be password protected and a couple of local customizations makes it easy to protect large

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / Audiences
    as I m designing and adding new features to PmWiki Within the authoring audience I see that there are naive authors and experienced authors Naive authors are the folks who use wiki to generate content but may know next to nothing about HTML much less style sheets or PHP or the like Naive authors are easily discouraged from generating web content if they have to wade through markup text that has lots of funny and cryptic symbols in them So if we want a site with lots of contributors we have to be very careful not to do things that will cause this group to exclude themselves from participating Experienced authors are the folks who know a lot about HTML and could write their content as HTML but have chosen to use wiki because of its other useful features ease of linking collaboration ease of updates revision histories etc or because they want to collaborate with naive authors Experienced authors usually don t have any problem with documents with lots of ugly markup in them after all they already know HTML Experienced authors are sometimes frustrated with wiki because it doesn t have markup that would let them do something they know they can do in HTML e g tables stylesheets colored text etc And they sometimes have difficulty understanding why naive authors would turn away from documents that have lots of markup sequences in them For the wiki administrator audience the folks who install and may want to customize PmWiki their backgrounds and goals are often quite diverse PmWiki is designed so that it can be installed and be useful with minimal HTML PHP knowledge but it doesn t restrict people who know HTML PHP from doing some fairly complex things For one PmWiki allows a site administrator to

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / Documentation Index | Edit
    WikiStyleExamples Summary Access keys AccessKeys Summary Page directives PageDirectives Summary Include other pages IncludeOtherPages Summary InterMap links InterMap Summary Conditional markup ConditionalMarkup Summary Page variables PageVariables Summary Page text variables PageTextVariables Summary Markup expressions MarkupExpressions Summary Forms Forms Summary Simultaneous edits SimultaneousEdits Summary struct Organizing and Protecting Pages Wiki structure WikiStructure Summary Wiki group s WikiGroup Summary Group headers GroupHeaders Summary Wiki trails WikiTrails Summary Page history PageHistory Summary Passwords Passwords Summary Categories Categories Summary Page lists PageLists Summary PageDirectives attachlist Attach lists Get a list of files uploaded and attached to a group using attachlist PageDirectives Summary Deleting pages DeletingPages Summary PmWiki Wiki elements WikiElements Summary PmWiki Special pages SpecialPages Summary admin PmWiki Site Administration install Installation and maintenance Installation Installation Summary Initial setup tasks InitialSetupTasks Summary Upgrades Upgrades Summary Backup and Restore BackupAndRestore Summary Uploads admin istration UploadsAdmin Summary Security PmWiki Security Summary customise Customisation Custom markup CustomMarkup Summary Custom wiki styles CustomWikiStyles Summary Internationalizations Internationalizations Summary Local customizations LocalCustomizations Summary Group customizations GroupCustomizations Summary Skins Skins Summary Skin templates SkinTemplates Summary Site Preferences SitePreferences Summary Web feeds WebFeeds Summary Wiki Farms WikiFarms Summary troubleshoot Troubleshooting FAQ Frequently answered questions PmWiki AQ Answers to some other questions PmWiki FAQ Candidate more answered questions PmWiki Questions PmWiki How to get assistance Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Summary Available actions documentation for developers security Security AuthUser AuthUser Summary Blocklist Blocklist Summary Notify Notify Summary Passwords admin istration PasswordsAdmin Summary Ref count RefCount Summary Url approvals UrlApprovals Summary development Development Variables Variables Summary Functions Functions Summary Page file format PageFileFormat Summary misc About PmWiki Audiences Audiences Summary Contributors Contributors Summary Mailing lists MailingLists Summary PmWiki philosophy PmWikiPhilosophy Summary Design notes DesignNotes Summary Release notes PmWiki ReleaseNotes Summary Change log PmWiki ChangeLog Summary PmWiki References References to PmWiki media coverage Glossary PmWiki Glossary Summary Introduction

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / Documentation Index | History
    Connect to the Internet Language Settings Mounting Devices Roadmap FAQ edit SideBar View Edit History Print Backlinks PmWiki Documentation Index PmWiki DocumentationIndex History Hide minor edits Show changes to output Edit History Print Recent Changes Search Page last modified on

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