[pmwiki] [Pmwiki-users] Webmenu, FlexLayout, and CSS.
Patrick R. Michaud
Fri Aug 15 11:30:10 CDT 2003
On Fri, Aug 15, 2003 at 06:07:17PM +0200, Bernhard.Weichel at t-online.de wrote:
> Note that we should strictly separate standard wiki distributetd files
> from local customizations. In this case we need a /localpub
I'm not planning to place many standard wiki files in pub/ -- the only
files that will appear there as part of the standard distribution will
be pmwiki-50.gif and pmwiki-50.psd (the logo). Other than that it'll be
an empty directory from the standard distribution perspective--available
for use by the local administrator.
Cookbook modules may load files into local/ or pub/, but that's up to
the Cookbook module authors.
> Would it be possible that there is a /local/pub from which the files
> may be accessed by the webserver?
I would suggest pub/local/ instead of local/pub/ -- makes the security
easier to handle.
However, site administrators (and cookbook module authors) can organize
local/ and pub/ however they wish. The only files that will go in local/
as part of the standard distribution are the .htaccess and README files--
PmWiki will never store anything else there. I'm still working on the
layout for the pub/ directory--for example, uploads/ may move into pub/
for new installations.
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