[pmwiki-users] RFC: Expanding the PmWiki.FAQ
ccox at airmail.net
Thu Mar 9 14:19:30 CST 2006
Chris Cox wrote:
> christian.ridderstrom at gmail.com wrote:
>> On Thu, 9 Mar 2006, Chris Cox wrote:
>>> Yes I think that's a good approach. At work we are only running 2.0 and
>>> we don't have the extra pagelist support (at least I believe that is the
>>> case) and we use (:include:) to pull in the FAQs into one page, each
>>> section with a self referencing link and (:toc:) so you can narrow
>>> things down easily.
>> Hi Chris,
>> I'm curious... I tried your example:
>> and I got several TOCs at the beginning - don't you get that?
> Nope.. but I do use our own version of the pagetoc recipe,
> based on an older version.
> I put up an example at my site.. use action=source to see
> the page sources.
> The empty tables do result in a small artifact.. the
> original pagetoc didn't allow multiples on a page... I'm
> exploiting that "feature". I reduced the empty table
> artifact by eliminating the border around the table, without
> using a table, you won't even get those thin horizontal
> I can post our pagetoc recipe ... but it's just a slightly
> modified version of the one from Sept/Oct of last year.
I put the self-referencing links on each page just so
you can see the inclusion better... our one at work doesn't
have those, but rather puts a self referencing link with appropriate
page anchor into each faq item header.
For example the Sun FAQ lines would be:
! [[#DriveSize]][[Unix/SunFAQ#DriveSize| How big of a drive can a Sun
I'll go ahead and make that change as well...
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