[pmwiki-users] How to show all section/category levels at the top of the page
sandy at onebit.ca
Thu Mar 1 13:03:44 CST 2007
One last thing:
It looks like you may have already created several pages. You don't have
to delete them and start from scratch.
If you look at the wiki.d directory, you'll see that each page is a
separate file, with the name Group.Subject. Just edit the page names
accordingly. You may have to delete .pageindex as well.
> Hans wrote:
>> Thursday, March 1, 2007, 2:49:33 PM,  wrote:
>>> 1. How do I get 'Category' to not say 'Category' but instead the name of
>>> the category?
> Clarifying a bit more, and going back a bit to avoid assumptions:
> A page name consists of two parts, separated by a period:
> Category is a special group. Pages in the category called Subject are
> actually just pages that contain a link to the page Category.Subject.
> A page can be in several categories, just add links to each page.
> [[Category.SubjectA]], [[Category.SubjectB]], and so on.
> There is a shorthand for links to pages in the Category group: [[!Subject]].
> The page Category.Subject doesn't have to exist for the above to work.
> You can click on the link to make one manually, or add (uncomment?) the
> following line in config.php to have blank category pages automatically
> created whenever a link to a non-existent category page is saved. (The
> page is created only if the author has edit permissions to the Category
> $AutoCreate['/^Category\\./'] = array('ctime' => $Now);
> There is a nice three-step process in
> under "Using Categories" that uses pagelist to list all the pages in a
> Subject when you go to the page Category.Subject.
>>> 2. How do I get the page heading to display all three levels?
> Can't do it. I know the pmwiki.org page on Categories talks about
> Category Nesting, but none of the nesting actually affects the two-level
> hierarchy. It's just that the Category.SubjectA page contains a link to
> (and is therefore a member of) Category.SubjectB.
> I wonder how hard it would be for one of the programmers to make a
> variation on (:pagelist:) to so that one could print out all the
> categories in a nice tree?
> Although, there have been a couple of recipes about hierarchical groups
> in the last few weeks, from some of the more experienced programmers, so
> it might be worth checking them out.
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