[pmwiki-users] Forms and redirecting save button
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Mon Mar 5 10:43:51 CST 2007
On 24/02/07, Francis Casson <pmwiki at bleaksky.net> wrote:
> On 24/02/07, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> > > After clicking on the save button on the edit form, it it possible
> > to
> > > redirect the browser to a different page?
> > At present this isn't possible, but it's come up enough that I may
> > add this capability in the near future.
> > The reason I asked is because I want to redirect the user to a email
> form prompting them to send an email to notify others that the wiki has been
> updated. I don't think Cookbook/Notify is suitable, because I want the user
> to be able to excercise discretion about who to and when to send the
> emails. Perhaps this is something that could be added to notify - a user
> choice of who to email from the notify list?
I tried to do it like this:
$FmtPV['$Posted'] = "'" . $IsPagePosted . "'"; #capture contents of
and I also tried
$FmtPV['$Posted'] = '$GLOBALS["IsPagePosted"]';
But I couldn't get my new page variable to display anything. Am I using
Then I planned on using (:if Posted true:) in a group header or some other
permanent part of the html template to generate a message (or email form)
after posting. But I'm also not sure of the syntax for the conditional
Is there any reason why this approach wouldn't work if I could get the
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