[pmwiki-users] Sidebars per Group

Ben marsepein at gmail.com
Sun Aug 20 10:23:30 CDT 2006

On 8/20/06, Kathryn Andersen <kat_lists at katspace.homelinux.org> wrote:
> > Any quick idea on how to remove the pagename as a header for each page?
> > I'll have headers in pages to be custom and different for this site,
> > different from the URL/autocreated name.
> Okay, I'm not entirely clear what you mean by this, I can think of two
> possible answers.
> If you want to change the *contents* of the header so that it isn't the
> page name (the page name is the default content of the header) then you
> can use the (:title :) directive.  The contents of the title directive
> are used for the <title> tag of the page, and the header of the page.
> To give an example, if you have a page Foo then its default header (and
> title) will be "Foo".
> If, on the page you give
> (:title The Foos of Manchuria:)
> then the header (and title) will now be "The Foos of Manchuria".
> However, if you want the header not to be displayed at all, then you
> need to use the (:noheader:) directive in that page; that prevents the
> header from being displayed.

The two exact answers I needed, thanks again.
These are also in the normal documentation, I just discovered,
but somehow I read over them before.

With regards, from Amsterdam, NL, Europe


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