[pmwiki-users] pmwiki <div>

Gabriel Jägenstedt gabriel.j at telia.com
Thu Aug 11 08:09:19 CDT 2005

I got rid of the annoying header problem by commenting out the header
checks. There was nothing to it. I haven't taken care of when the wiki
is edited and pmwiki tries to send via the header. (That of course can't
be done since pmwiki doesn't set the header)

Patrick Ogay wrote:
> It's an interesting question,
> It might be interesting to get pmwiki as module  for an other product.,
> like a cms.
>>    case "wiki":
>>     include("pmwiki.php");
>>     break;
>>    case "forums":
>>     include("forums.php");
> it's possible to include pmwiki.php. Of course pmwiki generates a full
> html site according the template you use (derfault:
> pub/skins/pmwiki/pmwiki.tmpl) It might be possible to use a skin (see
> skins), with just the content what is inside of body.
> In a "wikifarm" a field(wiki) includes the global pmwiki.php, so
> I tested to put a tag arround the include:
> the frist tag I see, then I get messages like these
> *Warning*: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers
> already sent by (output started at
> /home/httpd/vhosts/ddy.ch/httpdocs/pm/infoladen/pm.wiki:3

I think it should be possible to include any part of pmwiki in any part
of a page, thus including the menu in one place and the main page
somewhere else. I've just gotten started with php so I wouldn't know how
to do this yet.

> The last tag I don't see anymore, so it's not evident to put in a
> existing HTML ...
> Regards Patrick Ogay
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