[pmwiki-users] displaying one page's contents in another page
tmdowling at gmail.com
Sun Apr 16 10:08:26 CDT 2006
On 4/16/06, Stirling Westrup <sti at pooq.com> wrote:
> Andrew Camenisch wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Is there a way to display the contents of multiple pages on one page?
> > Say, for example, I have an "About Us" page which will showcase the
> > mini-biographies of 5 individuals. For certain reasons, I need those 5
> > bios to exist as 5 separate pages, however, I would like to also display
> > them together on a single "About Us" page -- so the "About Us" page
> > needs to reference in the content from the 5 individual pages.
> > Is this currently possible?
> Yes. The (:include :) markup lets you include other pages, or pieces of
> them, into a page. The PmWiki FAQ page is a particularly complex example
> of this.
And the Pagelist recipe #include, from the
Cookbook/PagelistTemplateSamples, helps you format the "include"
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