[pmwiki-users] Ignoring Directives in PageIncludes . . .

Ben Wilson dausha at gmail.com
Sat May 20 12:33:15 CDT 2006

I may be close to answering my own question. I noticed that you can
tell the include directive where to start.[1] The question is, if I
tell a PageListTemplate to include starting at #from, and there is no
#from in the page, will it fail to display anything? No, it works
normally if there is none.

Therefore, I can edit the naefarious recipes to include a [[#from]]
tag, then edit my pagelist to allow me to start where I want to. Very

Ben Wilson

[1]: http://pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/IncludeOtherPages

On 5/20/06, Ben Wilson <dausha at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to know how to avoid directives found at the top of the
> page when using (:include:) I typically interject (:toc:) in my pages,
> and when I do an include I would rather _not_ have a page return its
> contents. However, since (:toc:) is not always there, I would like to
> squelch the output.
> This question came up after I played with fmt=#headerinclude. I would
> like to include sans directives.
> --
> Ben Wilson
> " Mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur"

Ben Wilson
" Mundus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur"

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