[Pmwiki-users] Another desire for Webmenu

Patrick R. Michaud pmichaud
Fri Aug 15 09:42:07 CDT 2003

Did you try using the ThisPage: and ThisGroup: links?  I think they always
use the current wiki page for their replacements.  In your example,
you would use  ThisPage:_discuss as the link to the discussion component
of the current page.

I'm fairly sure that you can already use ThisPage:?action=edit, 
ThisPage:?action=print in WebMenu-type pages to generate links to
manipulate the current page (not the WebMenu page).


On Fri, Aug 15, 2003 at 09:06:12AM +0200, Bernhard.Weichel at t-online.de wrote:
> Webmenu is really great. But I have the problem, that I want to add
> a generic menu which reflects to the current page not the menu page.
> There should be a way to access Group and Title of the current wikipage (not
> the WebMenu. [[$Group]], [[$Title] always gives WebMenu. I would like to
> generate a link to e.g.
> [[$WikiGroup]].[[$WikiTitle]]_discuss
> Applications are:
> Menu item to edit the current page
> Menu item to print the current page
> Menu item to edit auxillary pages (such as a discussion page, a translation
> page)
> I have entered this in the discussion of WebMenu:
> http://www.pmichaud.com/wiki/Cookbook/WebMenu
> Bernhard Weichel
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