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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / PagelistVariables
    must not match any pattern that is delimited by exclamation points and must match all other patterns See Cookbook SearchPatterns Limit all searches to Main group SearchPatterns default Main Exclude the Main group from search results SearchPatterns default Main Exclude RecentChanges pages from search results SearchPatterns default All RecentChanges Prevent a page from listing itself in pagelist or searchresults SearchPatterns default FmtPageName FullName pagename SearchBoxOpt For example SearchBoxOpt target DefaultGroup Search EnablePageIndex When set to 1 causes PmWiki to maintain a link and word index in PageIndexFile which significantly speeds up categories backlinks and searches PageIndexFile The location of the page index file for pagelist defaults to WorkDir pageindex PageListCacheDir The name of a writable directory where PmWiki can cache results of pagelist directives to speed up subsequent displays of the same list Default is empty which disables the pagelist cache Enable pagelist caching in work d PageListCacheDir work d PageSearchForm The page to be used to format search results for action search unless the current page has a searchresults directive in it This variable can be an array in which case the first page found from the array is used Use Search page in current group if it exists otherwise use Site Search PageSearchForm array Group Search SiteGroup Search FPLTemplatePageFmt The pages to be searched for a pagelist template specified by a fmt xyz parameter Defaults to searching the current page Site LocalTemplates and Site PageListTemplates PMWiki default setup global FPLTemplatePageFmt FPLTemplatePageFmt array FullName SiteGroup LocalTemplates SiteGroup PageListTemplates It can be customized to look in other pages Search a Group Templates page as well as the Site templates global FPLTemplatePageFmt FPLTemplatePageFmt array Group Templates SiteGroup LocalTemplates SiteGroup PageListTemplates Or declare defaults for the template array Search a Group Templates page as well as the Site templates global FPLTemplatePageFmt SDV

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / PageListTemplates
    a group template defaults Default options to be used in the pagelist command template each Signifies the repeated part Note the markup in column 2 is deprecated See also page variable special references Page list template special markup Pagelist templates may have special sections template first and template first template last and template last to specify output for the first or last page in the list or a group use first and last for output except for the first last page There s also a template defaults to allow a template to specify default options template each to signify the repeated part and template none whose content will appear if no page was found from version 2 2 5 These allow Pagelist templates to be easily separated into sections that are included or not included in the output based on a variety of conditions These are intended to be improved versions of the if conditions that have traditionally been used to control pagelist output however the if conditions still work as before First Each Last None The simplest versions of the directives are template first markup to display only for first page in list template first markup to display for every page in list but the first template each markup to display for each page in list template last markup to display only on last page in list template last markup to display for every page in list but the last template none markup to display only if no pages were found So a pagelist template can specify template first Pages in the list template each FullName FullName Summary template last Displayed PageCount pages In addition the first and last options can have control break arguments that identify markup to be displayed on the first or last page within a particular control section For example to specify markup to be displayed upon reaching the first or last page of a group one can use template first Group template last Group Thus instead of writing control breaks using directives as in if equal Group Group Group Group ifend FullName one can now write template first Group Group Group template each FullName Page text variables and page variables can also be used for example template default Maintainer order Maintainer name template first Maintainer Default options In addition a template may specify default options to be used in the pagelist command For example a pagelist template to display a list of pages by their titles and sorted by title might use bytitle template defaults order title FullName bytitleend Then an author could write pagelist fmt bytitle and the pages would automatically be sorted by title without having to specify an additional order title option to the pagelist directive To specify multiple parameters to an option enclose the parameters in double quotes eg to sort by a page text variable and then the page name template defaults order Database name Examples template defaults default options for pagelists using this template template each markup for

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / PathVariables
    files If you wish to be able to place css configuration files in both the field s pub directory and the farm s pub directory you may want to add these lines to your local config php file as described in Cookbook SharedPages this adds farm css to all wikis PageCSSListFmt array FarmD pub css farm css FarmPubDirUrl css farm css pub css local css PubDirUrl css local css pub css Group css PubDirUrl css Group css pub css FullName css PubDirUrl css FullName css this enables farm css files in a similar manner to a local wiki PageCSSListFmt array FarmD pub css local css FarmPubDirUrl css local css FarmD pub css Group css FarmPubDirUrl css Group css FarmD pub css FullName css FarmPubDirUrl css FullName css pub css local css PubDirUrl css local css pub css Group css PubDirUrl css Group css pub css FullName css PubDirUrl css FullName css Note the difference between CSS configuration files and CSS files associated with a skin Skin files including associated CSS can be put in either the farm or the field pub skins directory and the program will find them PubDirUrl is the URL that refers to the pub directory That directory contains all the files and subdirectories that must be directly accessible from a browser e g CSS and HTML files Most prominent here is the skins subdirectory The following may work for you 1 ScriptUrl http SERVER HTTP HOST pmwiki pmwiki php PubDirUrl http SERVER HTTP HOST pmwiki pub https gameblabla olympe in w pmwiki php ScriptUrl is the URL that you want people s browsers to use when accessing PmWiki either as a field or farm It s used whenever PmWiki needs to generate a link to another PmWiki page or action PmWiki is usually fairly good about guessing the correct value for ScriptUrl on its own but sometimes an admin needs to set it explicitly because of URL manipulations by the webserver such as Cookbook CleanUrls mod rewrite bizarre PHP configurations and so on SkinDir 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 See security note regarding use SkinDirUrl Set by scripts skins php to be the base path 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 secondary files See security note regarding use WorkDir This variable is a string that gives a local path to a directory where the pmwiki engine can create temporary files etc PmWiki needs this for a variety of things such as building merged edits caching mailposts entries keeping track of the last modification time of the site other types of cache etc Do not confuse this variable with WikiDir the reason that

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / Requirements
    Windows and Mac OS X Apache 2 4 or later is recommended lighttpd 1 4 19 php fastcgi ssl on Linux nginx 0 8 47 on Windows Microsoft Internet Information Server on Windows Linux LiteSpeedWeb Server Standard Edition appWeb a small php enabled webserver executing on a Linksys NSLU2 Network Storage Link device PmWiki has been reported not to work on Mac OS before Mac OS X because there s

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / UploadVariables
    format of the upload link displayed when an attachment exists Can be changed with such a line in config php IMapLinkFmt Attach a class attachlink href LinkUrl LinkText a LinkUploadCreateFmt The format of the upload link displayed when an attachment not present Can be changed with such a line in config php LinkUploadCreateFmt a class createlinktext href LinkUpload LinkText a a class createlink href LinkUpload nbsp Delta a UploadPrefixFmt Sets the prefix for uploaded files to allow attachments to be organized other than by groups Defaults to Group uploads are organized per group but can be set to other values for sitewide or per page attachments UploadPrefixFmt Group Name per page attachments UploadPrefixFmt sitewide attachments It is recommended to have the UploadPrefixFmt variable defined in config php the same for all pages in the wiki and not in group page local configuration files Otherwise you will be unable to link to attachments in other wikigroups EnableDirectDownload When set to 1 the default links to attachments bypass PmWiki and come directly from the webserver Setting EnableDirectDownload 0 causes requests for attachments to be obtained via action download This allows PmWiki to protect attachments using a page s read permissions but also increases the load on the server Don t forget to protect your directory uploads with a htaccess file Order Deny Allow Deny from all EnableUploadGroupAuth Set EnableUploadGroupAuth 1 to authenticate downloads with the group password This could be used together with EnableDirectDownload 0 EnableUploadVersions When set to 1 default is 0 uploading a file to a location where a file of the same name already exists causes the old version to be renamed to file ext timestamp instead of being overwritten timestamp is a Unix style timestamp EnableUploadOverwrite When set to 1 the default determines if overwriting previously uploaded files

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiAdministrator
    make the installation and initial setup tasks as easy as possible for people who do not have a lot of knowledge about HTML PHP or even web server software At the same time PmWiki is designed to be flexible enough so that someone with just a little bit of knowledge about HTML and PHP can customize PmWiki to their specific needs See the PmWiki documentation index for pages about administering

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiPage
    Backlinks PmWiki WikiPage A WikiPage is simply the basic building block of a WikiWikiWeb that contains text and images See WikiStructures and WikiWikiWeb for more information Wiki pages can have an edit template to predefine initial content see Cookbook Edit Templates Wiki pages are stored in individual flat files see Page File Format and Flat File Advantages This page may have a more recent version on pmwiki org PmWiki WikiPage

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / Tables | Edit
    alignments To get a cell to span multiple columns follow the cell with empty cells At present there is no markup for spanning rows markup caption Column spanning border 1 width 100 right column middle column left column left column middle column right column markupend Table attributes Any line that begins with but doesn t have a closing sets the table attributes for any tables that follow These attributes can control the size and position of the table borders background color and cell spacing In fact these are just standard HTML attributes that are placed in the table tag Use the width attribute to set a table s width using either a percentage value an absolute size or markup caption Table width border 1 width 100 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 c1 cellcellcellcell2 cell 3 markupend The border attribute sets the size of a table s borders markup caption Bordered table class horiz border 10 width 70 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned markupend markup caption Borderless table class horiz border 0 width 70 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned markupend Use align center align left and align right to center left or right align a table Note that align left and align right create a floating table such that text wraps around the table markup caption Table alignment center border 1 align center width 50 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text does not wrap with a table using align center markupend markup caption Table alignment left border 1 align left width 50 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text wraps to the right of a table using align left markupend markup caption Table alignment right border 1 align right width 50 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text wraps to the left of a table using align right markupend Note to get a table to align left but not float left requires CSS as in style margin left 0px The bgcolor attribute sets the background color for a table At present there is no way to specify the color of individual rows or cells in this type of table but see Cookbook FormattingTables markup class horiz border 1 align center bgcolor yellow width 70 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left align center right align markupend faq faq Q How do I create a basic table A Tables are created via use of the double pipe character Lines beginning with this markup denote rows in a table within such lines the double pipe is used to delimit cells In the examples below a border is added for illustration the default is no border markup caption Basic table class horiz border 1 rules rows frame hsides cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 markupend Q How do I create cell headers A

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