[pmwiki-users] Include static HTML

Laatz, Erek laatz at consist.de
Thu Jul 15 02:37:02 CDT 2010


I use cookbook/includeurl on our intranet site successfully. I have
placed includeurl.php in the cookbook directory and have added the line


into my config.php.

After that I've placed the static pages into the webservers htdocs
directory structure (not in the pmwiki directory!) and have included the
URL like

(:includeurl http://foo.bar/static-html/index.html height=550px:)

I have even tested: it works also e.g. for image galleries with complex
forward- and backlinks

It's (in my opinion) not so complex like described below ;-)

Best regards,


Am 13.07.2010 19:40, schrieb Chris Cox:
> On Tue, 2010-07-13 at 09:26 -0700, pmwiki at 911networks.com wrote:
>>> Not sure if the following is perfect, but it works...
>>> Markup(
>>>  'html',
>>>  'fulltext',
>>>  '/\\(:html:\\)(.*?)\\(:htmlend:\\)/esi',
>>>  "'<:block>'.Keep(str_replace(array('&gt;', '&lt;', '&amp;'),
>>>  array('>', '<', '&'), PSS('$1')))");
>> Sorry, but I'm not sure that I understand. Mostly because I didn't
>> expand on my situation:
>> 1. I have static web pages generated by Arles[1], images with
>> titles/keywords...
>> 2. It generates an index.html, then each image has its own web page,
>> with annotation and navigation for next/previous...
>> 3. My pagestore is: 'wiki.d/{$Group}/{$FullName}' so I store
>> everything by group.
>> so are you saying that I should include the index.html source inside
>> the (:html:) (:htmlend:)?
>> But then where do I store the individual pages?
>> [1] http://digitaldutch.com/arles/
> For including complex websites, I'd use the original plan... includeURL
> or includeSite recipe.
> I think we use includeSite... includes the remote website inside of a
> frame.  Reasonable solution.
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