[pmwiki-users] recognizing read protection
jabba.laci at gmail.com
Thu Jun 7 14:02:34 CDT 2007
Yes, I tried that recipe (AuthList), but it's not exactly what I want.
This recipe gives a long list, but it's very difficult to remember
which ones should be protected. So I would prefer to see this
information on the top of each page. This way it would be much easier
to recognize "hey, why is it not protected?".
But thanks for the info. I'll check the source of AuthList too.
> Forgive me for not giving enough information, but I believe there's a
> Cookbook recipe that allows you to list pages with their permissions.
> Ben Wilson
> On 6/7/07, Jabba Laci <jabba.laci at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I use PmWiki to manage my personal homepage. Some pages that I don't
> > want to share with everyone are password protected. The problem is
> > that as more and more pages are created, it is more and more difficult
> > to keep in mind which pages are protected.
> > I would like to do the following. When a page is read protected, I
> > want to print some warning message on the top of the page. This way it
> > would be very easy to notice if I forgot to protect a private page.
> > So my question is: how to ask whether the current page is read
> > protected or not? I would imagine something like this:
> > (:if isPageReadProtected:)
> > (: printPageReadProtectedMessage :)
> > (:endif:)
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