Date: 2009-02-26 15:34:11 +0000 (Thu, 26 Feb 2009)
--- trunk/pgsrc/PhpWikiAdministration 2009-02-26 15:00:14 UTC (rev 6581)
+++ trunk/pgsrc/PhpWikiAdministration 2009-02-26 15:34:11 UTC (rev 6582)
@@ -8,9 +8,9 @@
-_*Note:*_ _Most of the actions on this page require administrative privileges._
+**//Note://** //Most of the actions on this page require administrative privileges.//
-<?plugin CreateToc jshide||=0 with_toclink||=1 position=right with_counter=1 ?>
+<<CreateToc jshide||=0 with_toclink||=1 position=right with_counter=1>>
== Page Explorer
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
or call the available ~WikiAdmin actions directly:
-| [/Chown] | [/Markup] | [/Purge] | [/Remove] | [/Rename] | [/SearchReplace] | [/SetAcl]
+| [[/Chown]] | [[/Markup]] | [[/Purge]] | [[/Remove]] | [[/Rename]] | [[/SearchReplace]] | [[/SetAcl]]
== User Management
@@ -31,32 +31,26 @@
=== Email Verification
This is currently non-strict, leaving some possible holes in not being able to
-connect to certain mail hosts, which can be overridden below. See [PhpWiki:EmailVerification].
+connect to certain mail hosts, which can be overridden below. See [[PhpWiki:EmailVerification]].
This button will show a list of all users with registered emails and buttons to set the verification status manually.
- label="Email Verification"
+<<WikiAdminUtils action=email-verification label="Email Verification">>
=== Access Restrictions (disabled)
To prevent from robots eating all possible ressources in a short time, blocking from certain IPs
-or not-well-behaving user agents can be defined below. See [PhpWiki:HowToBlockRobots] and
-[MeatBall:SurgeProtector]. _Note: Not yet enabled._
+or not-well-behaving user agents can be defined below. See [[PhpWiki:HowToBlockRobots]] and
+[[MeatBall:SurgeProtector]]. //Note: Not yet enabled.//
- label="Access Restrictions"
+<<WikiAdminUtils action=access-restrictions label="Access Restrictions">>
A Wiki SandBox is very easy to clean. Here you can restore it to
pristine condition by loading the default from pgsrc.
-[Rake the SandBox|phpwiki:?action=loadfile&source=pgsrc/SandBox].
+**[[phpwiki:?action=loadfile&source=pgsrc/SandBox|Rake the SandBox]]**
== Making Snapshots or Backups
@@ -66,24 +60,24 @@
the pages in your Wiki. The zip file will be downloaded to your local
-This *[ZIP Snapshot | phpwiki:?action=zip]* contains only the
-latest versions of each page, while this *[ZIP Dump | phpwiki:?action=zip&include=all]* contains all archived versions.
+This **[[phpwiki:?action=zip|ZIP Snapshot]]** contains only the
+latest versions of each page, while this **[[phpwiki:?action=zip&include=all|ZIP Dump]]** contains all archived versions.
-(If the [PhpWiki|PhpWiki:PhpWiki] is configured to allow it, anyone can download a zip file.)
+(If the ~PhpWiki is configured to allow it, anyone can download a zip file.)
-If your php has _zlib_ support, the files in the archive will be compressed, otherwise they will just be stored.
+If your php has //zlib// support, the files in the archive will be compressed, otherwise they will just be stored.
=== Dump to directory
Here you can dump pages of your Wiki into a directory of your choice.
-<?plugin WikiForm action=dumpserial?>
The most recent version of each page will written out to the directory, one page per file. Your server must have write permissions to the directory!
-If you have dumped a set of pages from [PhpWiki|PhpWiki:PhpWiki], you can reload them
+If you have dumped a set of pages from ~PhpWiki, you can reload them
here. Note that pages in your database will be overwritten; thus, if
you dumped your HomePage when you load it from this form it will
overwrite the one in your database now. If you want to be selective
@@ -95,7 +89,7 @@
Here you can upload ZIP archives, or individual files from your
-<?plugin WikiForm action=upload?>
=== Load File
@@ -103,28 +97,28 @@
directories. The file or directory must be local to the http
server. You can also use this form to load from an http: or ftp: URL.
-<?plugin WikiForm action=loadfile?>
-<?plugin WikiForm action=loadfile buttontext="Load & Overwrite" overwrite=1?>
+<<WikiForm action=loadfile buttontext="Load & Overwrite" overwrite=1>>
Do some verification checks and upgrade changes automatically, after having installed a
new phpwiki engine update:
* Upgrade new or changed page revisions from pgsrc,
-* Upgrade the database schema (mysql _page.id auto_increment_, ADD _session.sess_ip_),
+* Upgrade the database schema (mysql //page.id auto_increment//, ADD //session.sess_ip//),
-[ Upgrade | phpwiki:HomePage?action=upgrade ]
+Do the **[[phpwiki:HomePage?action=upgrade|Upgrade]]**
== Format of the files
=== Current Format
Currently the pages are stored, one per file, as MIME (RFC:2045)
-e-mail (RFC:822) messages. The content-type _application/x-phpwiki_
+e-mail (RFC:822) messages. The content-type //application/x-phpwiki//
is used, and page meta-data is encoded in the content-type
parameters. (If the file contains several versions of a page, it will
-have type _multipart/mixed_, and contain several sub-parts, each
-with type _application/x-phpwiki_.) The message body contains the
+have type //multipart/mixed//, and contain several sub-parts, each
+with type //application/x-phpwiki//.) The message body contains the
=== Old Formats
@@ -132,13 +126,13 @@
==== Serialized Files
The dump to directory command used to dump the pages as PHP
-_serialized()_ strings. For humans, this made the files very hard
+//serialized()// strings. For humans, this made the files very hard
to read, and nearly impossible to edit.
==== Plain Files
Before that the page text was just dumped to a file--this means that
-all page meta-data was lost. Note that when loading _plain files_,
+all page meta-data was lost. Note that when loading //plain files//,
the page name is deduced from the file name.
The upload and load functions will automatically recognize each of
@@ -146,14 +140,14 @@
== Dump pages as XHTML
-<?plugin WikiForm action=dumphtml?>
This will generate a directory of static pages suitable for
distribution on disk where no web server is available. The various
links for page editing functions and navigation are removed from the
-The XHTML file collection can also be downloaded as an *[XHTML ZIP Snapshot | phpwiki:?action=ziphtml]*.
+The XHTML file collection can also be downloaded as an **[[phpwiki:?action=ziphtml|XHTML ZIP Snapshot]]**.
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