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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / Passwords | Edit
    Multiple passwords for a page group or site are allowed Simply enter multiple passwords separated by a space This allows you to have a read password a write password and have the write password allow read write access In other words if the read password is alpha and the edit password is beta then enter Set new read password alpha beta Set new edit password beta This says that either alpha or beta can be used to read pages but only beta may edit Since PmWiki checks the passwords you ve entered since the browser has been opened entering a read password that is also a write password allows both reading and writing siteattr Protect the site Passwords can be applied to the entire wiki website in config php See PasswordsAdmin settingsitewidepasswords passwords administration for details audience administrator administrators As an administrator You can set passwords on pages and groups exactly as described above for authors You can also set site wide passwords for pages and groups that do not have passwords use attr passwords to control who is able to set passwords on pages use upload passwords to control access to the file upload s capabilities if uploads are enabled use an admin password to override the passwords set for any individual page or group use SiteAdmin AuthList to view the permissions settings for pages that have permissions set For more information on password options available to administrators see PasswordsAdmin priority Which password wins In PmWiki page passwords override group passwords group passwords override the default passwords and the admin password overrides all passwords This gives a great deal of flexibility in controlling access to wiki pages in PmWiki The special page s SiteAdmin AuthList is a page list of all pages with access permissions set Opening access to pages in protected groups sites Sometimes we want to unprotect pages in a group or site that is otherwise protected In these cases the special password nopass is used to indicate that access should be allowed to a page without requiring a password For example suppose Main GroupAttributes has an edit password set thus restricting the editing of all pages in Main Now we want Main WikiSandbox to be editable without a password Using clear for the edit password for Main WikiSandbox doesn t unprotect the page because the password is being set by the group Instead we set the edit password for Main WikiSandbox to the special value nopass which tells PmWiki to ignore any site wide or group level passwords for that page faq faq site Q How can I password protect all the pages and groups on my site Do I really have to set passwords page by page or group by group A Administrators can set passwords for the entire site by editing the config php file they don t have to set passwords for each page or group For example to set the entire site to be editable only by those who know an edit

    Original URL path: https://gameblabla.olympe.in/w/pmwiki.php?n=PmWiki.Passwords?action=edit (2016-04-30)
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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / Passwords | Search Results
    e u is not the same as ù To limit your search to a single group enter the group name followed by a slash at the beginning of the search string e g PmWiki or Site To list all pages enter a slash for the search Search examples Enter To find pages whose content contains apple pie both apple and pie apple pie the phrase apple pie pmwiki apple apple

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  • DellardOS Wiki | Main / WikiSandbox
    Roadmap FAQ edit SideBar View Edit History Print Main WikiSandbox redirected from PmWiki WikiSandbox Feel free to use this page to experiment with the Text Formatting Rules Just click the Edit Page link at the bottom of the page Edit

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiGroup | Edit
    Header s 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 administrator s can set local customizations on a per group basis see Group Customizations groupdefaultpage 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 DefaultName and thus the default home page would be Foo DefaultName 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 faq faq Q How can I get rid of the Main group in urls for pages pointing to Main A See Cookbook Get Rid Of Main Q How can I limit the creation of new groups A See Cookbook Limit Wiki Groups Q Why

    Original URL path: https://gameblabla.olympe.in/w/pmwiki.php?n=PmWiki.WikiGroup?action=edit (2016-04-30)
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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiGroup | Search Results
    default configuration i e u is not the same as ù To limit your search to a single group enter the group name followed by a slash at the beginning of the search string e g PmWiki or Site To list all pages enter a slash for the search Search examples Enter To find pages whose content contains apple pie both apple and pie apple pie the phrase apple pie

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiGroup | Search Results
    same as ù To limit your search to a single group enter the group name followed by a slash at the beginning of the search string e g PmWiki or Site To list all pages enter a slash for the search Search examples Enter To find pages whose content contains apple pie both apple and pie apple pie the phrase apple pie pmwiki apple apple in the PmWiki group of

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiGroup | Search Results
    PageDirectives PageFileFormat PageHistory PageLists PageListTemplates PagelistVariables PageTextVariables PageVariables Passwords PasswordsAdmin PathVariables PatrickMichaud PerGroupCustomizations PmWiki PmWikiPhilosophy RecentChanges RefCount ReleaseNotes Requirements Search Security SecurityVariables SimultaneousEdits SitePageActions SitePreferences Skins SkinTemplates SpecialCharacters TableDirectives Tables TextFormattingRules Troubleshooting Upgrades UpgradingFromPmWiki1 Uploads UploadsAdmin UploadVariables UrlApprovals UTF 8 Variables Version WebFeeds WikiAdministrator WikiFarms WikiFarmTerminology WikiGroup WikiGroups WikiPage WikiSandbox WikiStructure WikiStyleExamples WikiStyles WikiTrails WikiWikiWeb WikiWord WikiWords 107 pages found out of 107 pages searched A search for more than one word will find pages that contain all of the words Use quotation marks to search for a phrase Also use quotes for text with punctuation or special characters Searches are case insensitive but accent sensitive in the default configuration i e u is not the same as ù To limit your search to a single group enter the group name followed by a slash at the beginning of the search string e g PmWiki or Site To list all pages enter a slash for the search Search examples Enter To find pages whose content contains apple pie both apple and pie apple pie the phrase apple pie pmwiki apple apple in the PmWiki group of pages pmwiki apple the phrase pmwiki apple in all groups of pages apple pie

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  • DellardOS Wiki | PmWiki / WikiTrails | Edit
    This won t be in the trail because it is not a link PmWiki PageLists PmWiki PageLists Summary 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 TextFormattingRules DefinitionLists definition list security Security This won t be in the trail because its preceded by a hidden Links anchors anchor newwin Links This won t be in the trail because its preceded by a hidden newwin style PmWiki Troubleshooting This won t be in the trail because its preceded by hidden italic style markup trailend The list above creates the following wikitrail displayed using a PageLists pagelist markup pagelist trail FullName trailstart trailend fmt FullName traillist markupend observations 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 linksyntax delineated by the use of list anchors anchors allowing for multiple lists on a page or for some list items to be excluded using 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 Headers Group Header or Group Footer pages instead of on every individual page in your group pathtrail Path trail 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 pathtrail 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 Circular trails Typically a trail is a linear list with a first and a last page However the trail can be made circular by repeating the first page as the last item in the trail index TrailPage1 TrailPage2 TrailPageN TrailPage1 If

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