5ko at free.fr
Sat Jun 23 09:34:48 CDT 2007
On Thursday 21 June 2007, Dominique Faure wrote:
> On 6/21/07, Petko Yotov <5ko at free.fr> wrote:
> > Is there a way to have a special page Site.SiteAttributes like
> > Group.GroupAttributes, but for the whole site?
> > Like: if one sets a read/edit password, or @lock on this page, the whole
> > site gets closed. Groups or Pages with the @nopass attribute will be
> > visible, that is, their attributes override the Site.SiteAttributes
> > settings.
> BTW, this could be a perfect place to have some other global settings
> (for now only set via config.php), such as the $WikiTitle variable,
> [cf. my previous unanswered post about group titles]
Actually, when Patrick doesn't reply, it is almost certain that what we beg
for can be done quite simply with a recipe.
Here is something that does all this. Patrick, can you please look at this
code to see if it is not dangerous of some kind? Or if it may be
$p = ReadPage($SiteAttributesPage, READPAGE_CURRENT);
foreach(array('read', 'edit', 'upload', 'attr') as $attr )
$k = $p["passwd$attr"];
if($k >'')foreach(explode(' ', $k) as $kk)
$DefaultPasswords[$attr] = $kk;
$WikiTitle = PageTextVar($SiteAttributesPage, 'WikiTitle') ;
SDV($GroupAttributesPage, FmtPageName('$Group.GroupAttributes', $pagename));
= "'". $AsSpacedFunction(PageVar($pagename, '$Group'))."'";
Note that this code should probably be placed *after* any PageStore definition
(per-group-sub-directories), after UTF-8 (xlpage-utf-8.php, XLPage())
Now, if this page Site.SiteAttributes has some passwords, they will be added
into the $DefaultPasswords array, and my request is satisfied.
Secondly, if in that page there is a PageTextVar:
then the $WikiTitle variable gets set.
Thirdly, is in Grpup.GroupAttributes there is a PageTextVar:
then the $GroupTitle variable gets set, or else, the "spaced" version of the
groupname is used.
And, inside the skin, you can use <a
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