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  • Uli-Alto | PmWiki / PmWiki
    editing can be left open to the public or restricted to small groups of authors Key PmWiki Features Custom look and feel A site administrator can quickly change the appearance and functions of a PmWiki site by using different skins and HTML templates If you can t find an appropriate skin already made you can easily modify one or create your own Access control PmWiki password protection can be applied to an entire site to groups of pages or to individual pages Password protection controls who can read pages edit pages and upload attachments PmWiki s access control system is completely self contained but it can also work in conjunction with existing password databases such as htaccess LDAP servers and MySQL databases Customization and plugin architecture One principle of the PmWikiPhilosophy is to only include essential features in the core engine but make it easy for administrators to customize and add new markup Hundreds of features are already available by using extensions called recipes that are available from the PmWiki Cookbook PmWiki is written in PHP and distributed under the General Public License It is designed to be simple to install customize and maintain for a variety of applications This

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  • Uli-Alto PmWiki/Pm Wiki
    by a slash at the beginning of the search string e g PmWiki or Site To list all pages enter a slash for the search Search examples Enter To find pages whose content contains apple pie both apple and pie apple pie the phrase apple pie pmwiki apple apple in the PmWiki group of pages pmwiki apple the phrase pmwiki apple in all groups of pages apple pie apple omitting

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  • Uli-Alto PmWiki/Introduction
    authors Feel free to experiment with the Text Formatting Rules in the Wiki sandbox The website you re currently viewing is built and maintained with PmWiki What are the requirements See the PmWiki requirements page Where can I find documentation See the documentation index page How can I download PmWiki See the download page How do I install PmWiki Instructions for installation are on the installation page How do I

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  • Uli-Alto PmWiki/Creating New Pages
    There s a lot you can do with double bracket links You can see that the links to my new page all have question marks after them That s because my new page hasn t been written yet Clicking the link as second step will take you to an edit form where you could write and finally save the new page Another way to create a page in your browser s address bar where the page URL is replace the name of the current page with the name of the page you wish to create and hit Enter or do whatever you would normally do to go to a new location PmWiki will then dutifully tell you that the page you entered doesn t exist but you can click on the Edit link in order to create edit and save the new page The drawback to this method is that there are no links to your new page so you re the only person who knows it exists It will be an orphan unread unlinked unloved That s why adding a link to an existing page or to the SideBar is a better way to create a page Learn more You can also organize related pages into groups and link between pages in different groups How do I create a new page Typing my new page will create a link to the new page There s a lot you can do with double bracket links Why do some new pages have a title with spaces like Creating New Pages and others end up with a WikiWord like title like CreatingNewPages The default page title is simply the name of page which is normally stored as CreatingNewPages However you can override a page s title by using the title Creating New

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  • Uli-Alto PmWiki/Inter Map
    Meatball StartingPoints starting points over at Meatball starting points Meatball StartingPoints over at Meatball starting points over at Meatball starting points over at Meatball If you want to link just to what the intermap says e g http www wikipedia com wiki for Wikipedia then do Wikipedia Wikipedia s main page which produces Wikipedia s main page Note the period after the Map reference The special Path InterMap entry can be used to create relative urls in links Custom InterMap prefixes The actual set of InterMap links at any site is defined by the site administrator via the Site InterMap page and the local localmap txt file An intermap entry takes the following format MapPrefix http example com partial url The InterMap entry can be for any of the link schemes supported by PmWiki You can create your own InterMap links by doing one or more of the following Modify the page called Site InterMap and place entries like the ones above in it Create a file called local localmap txt and place entries like the ones above in it In a WikiFarm installation you can create a file called local farmmap txt and there place entries like the ones above in it These prefixes will be common to all the wikis in the farm Ensure that there is a space after the colon Do not edit the file scripts intermap txt directly If you do you ll lose your changes when you upgrade PmWiki Variables and InterMap links It s possible to use variables within your InterMap entries The following entries create ThisWiki and ThisPage shortcuts ThisWiki ScriptUrl ThisPage PageUrl You can also define InterMap entries where the text of the entry is substituted into the middle of the URL Just include 1 in the URL where you want

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  • Uli-Alto PmWiki/Nonexistent Pages
    Pages Password required Password Search Uli Alto HomePage WikiSandbox Shelter People Works Parties Contact Village Integration Pictures wiki Basic Editing Documentation Index edit SideBar edit SiteNav Options fixed fluid orange blue green pink cyan red violet View Edit History Print

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  • Uli-Alto PmWiki/Tables
    empty cells At present there is no markup for spanning rows Column spanning border 1 width 100 right column middle column left column left column middle column right column right column middle column left column left column middle column right column Table attributes Any line that begins with but doesn t have a closing sets the table attributes for any tables that follow These attributes can control the size and position of the table borders background color and cell spacing In fact these are just standard HTML attributes that are placed in the table tag Use the width attribute to set a table s width using either a percentage value an absolute size or Table width border 1 width 100 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 c1 cellcellcellcell2 cell 3 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 c1 cellcellcellcell2 cell 3 The border attribute sets the size of a table s borders Bordered table border 10 width 70 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Borderless table border 0 width 70 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Use align center align left and align right to center left or right align a table Note that align left and align right create a floating table such that text wraps around the table Table alignment center border 1 align center width 50 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text does not wrap with a table using align center cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text does not wrap with a table using align center Table alignment left border 1 align left width 50 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text wraps to the right of a table using align left cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text wraps to the right of a table using align left Table alignment right border 1 align right width 50 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text wraps to the left of a table using align right cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left aligned centered right aligned Notice how text wraps to the left of a table using align right Note to get a table to align left but not float left requires CSS as in style margin left 0px The bgcolor attribute sets the background color for a table At present there is no way to specify the color of individual rows or cells in this type of table but see Cookbook FormattingTables border 1 align center bgcolor yellow width 70 cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left align center right align cell 1 cell 2 cell 3 left align center right align How do I create a basic

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  • Uli-Alto PmWiki/Table directives
    cellnr the next paragraph explains why Many are likely to ask why we didn t just use the standard HTML table markup table tr td th instead of creating a new markup and allowing nested tables as a result There are two answers first the HTML table markup is very ugly for naive authors see PmWiki Audiences and PmWikiPhilosophy 2 and second it d be very easy for authors to create tables that are incorrect HTML and that display incorrectly or not at all on some browsers Even seasoned web professionals sometimes get the table markup wrong so it s a bit unrealistic to expect the average author to always get it right or to be able to read arbitrary HTML table markup that someone else has created Common comment Surely the average or naive author would not be writing HTML directly but using a tool such as FrontPage or even MSWord to generate the HTML This would be a lot simpler than learning even the simplest PmWiki markups Pm s Response And once the HTML has been generated and posted how is someone else going to edit or modify the table if they don t have the original FrontPage or MSWord file used to create it Remember that we re talking about collaborative authoring The HTML that those packages generate is among the hardest to read and edit of all It s difficult to write the code needed to make PmWiki understand and fix arbitrary table markup so PmWiki uses the simplified version above Still this version is able to handle most table requirements with the possible exception of nested tables And this is not to say that nested HTML tables are impossible in PmWiki they just can t be easily created by wiki authors using the default wiki markup A site administrator can of course create header footer HTML code and other local customizations that make use of nested tables Example 1 A table using table directive markup nbsp is a non breaking space in html Place it in a cell if a cell is to be empty or the border of the cell will not be drawn properly table border 1 cellpadding 5 cellspacing 0 head a1 cell b1 cell c1 cell d1 headnr a2 cell b2 cell c2 cell nbsp tableend a1 b1 c1 d1 a2 b2 c2 In HTML this is the same as table border 1 cellpadding 5 cellspacing 0 tr th a1 th td b1 td td c1 td td d1 td tr tr th a2 th td b2 td td c2 td td nbsp td tr table Floating Table with bulleted navigation list What if you wanted to create a nice little table like a table of contents in a page like this In this example the table is floating right and contains some links in a bulleted list This is a nice demonstration of how it s possible to build a little table of contents in the page which might navigate

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