Wed Jun 9 09:16:35 CDT 2004
This would definitely be very convenient for navigating back 1 or more pages
in the browsing history.
What are you using now for this? Do you have a publicly available website up?
On Wednesday 09 June 2004 02:10 pm, Robert Moore wrote:
> As per http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Development/TrailMemory :
> In my sidebar I have several % trail % links showing page both ancestry (^|
> |^) and previous/next (<<| |>>) trail elements. In order for users to keep
> track of their wiki navigation, it would really help for there to be a
> "TrailMemory" feature that could be enabled using local/config.php or in
> wiki page. For example, % clear % in a wiki page might reset the
> non-current trails, or alternatively % persist % could retain previous
> Presently, moving between trailed pages, each trail is refreshed when a
> page loads, so that only the current page's trail(s) information is
> displayed as more than a link to the trail page.
> "TrailMemory" would be a session or cookie based property whereby % trail %
> element in the sidebar (or on the whole page) do not change, except for
> those page trail elements that become current.
> For instance, two trails might be on a page or sidebar. If you navigate
> from one page on trail A to another page on trail B, trail A stays as it
> was one the previous page, and trail B updates, being the currently used
> page trail.
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