[Pmwiki-users] Custom Help Files
Patrick R. Michaud
Thu Jan 8 22:10:58 CST 2004
There's several ways to address this:
First, the edit form's quick reference is in fact a wiki page.
Just edit PmWiki.EditQuickReference on your clients' sites and add
whatever additional help information you want.
If you want to keep the additional information separate, you can
edit PmWiki.EditQuickReference to have [[include:SomeOtherHelpPage]]
If that's not good enough, you can change $HandleEditFmt to
include some other page(s) or text as well. By default $HandleEditFmt is
$HandleEditFmt = array(&$HTMLStartFmt,&$PageEditFmt,
...just add the additional text or link to a wiki page in the appropriate
spot in this array.
If none of those work, we need to talk. :-)
On Thu, Jan 08, 2004 at 10:01:02PM -0600, Dawn Green wrote:
> Since we create many sites using PmWiki for our clients, we have attempted
> to streamline a lot of our work both from programming and user perspectives.
> One standard we have adopted is using help files. For example, we will
> create a CSS file that uses different styles for the same InLineReplacement
> or DoubleBrackets functions such as markup sequences for =title or =heading.
> That way, we only have to copy our help file documentation from client to
> client with examples of each markup with the accompanying displayed examples
> per the customizaion written in the CSS file for that site.
> We would like to make it even easier for our clients to access this
> customized help file by including it beneath the Edit form's "Quick
> Reference". Does there exist some call to include this in the current
> PmWiki version? If not, are there others that would find this useful enough
> for Patrick to put on his possible additions?
> Thanks again,
> Pmwiki-users mailing list
> Pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
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