[pmwiki-users] Include Navigation on non-pmwiki Page
steve at fell-services.net
Tue Sep 11 07:28:52 CDT 2007
On Sat, 2007-09-08 at 09:27 -0400, Ashwin wrote:
> Through CSS, I am trying to design one website that looks and feels
> like one cohesive website. However, in reality, the website is a
> combination of PmWiki and Wordpress.
> With that said, I want to use the PmWiki navigation bar (Site.SideBar)
> to be the navigation bar on the Wordpress part of the website as well.
> I was thinking of using a PHP include file for this purpose.
> (1) I tried using something like this:
> <!--wiki:$SiteGroup.SideBar $Group.SideBar-->
> But, this did not work
> (2) I also tried using:
> <?php include("http://website.com/pmwiki.php?n=Site.SideBar"); ?>
> But, then I get the entire Site.SideBar page
> I want to get only the navigation. How can I do this?
One way to do it would be to do the whole thing backwards and instead of
having a wordpress page you're trying to include pmwiki stuff in, have a
pmwiki template that you include some bits of WordPress in - the
construct will include the php output.
Alternatively - if you're not planning on changing the Site.SideBar too
often - you could do a view source on the navigation bar and use a php
include on a file containing just the right snippet of html....
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