Hi,

I would advise against having all user logs on one page - besides the technical issues you've already encountered, there's also the problem of the page getting inundated after the user enters 100+ entries. Instead, I would have each log entry on a separate page, using the one-step page-creation approach:

http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms#The_one-step_process

Then, you can easily query each user's entries to appear in reverse-chronological order, using the "date" field.

-Yaron


On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 6:57 AM, itsme srav <itsmesrav@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi

I would like to know if there a way to create a form/inputbox (for eg twitter post) where we can enter some text, submit it, and it gets "prepended" to a specific page.

We have a use-case where each user has to enter his dailylog.
Using a DailyLog template to create a table and a form like 

{{{for template|DailyLog|multiple}}}
{{{field|activity}}}
{{{field|date}}}
{{{end template}}}

would solve the problem (for showing in reverse order sort option on table helps).

But as the no of log entries increases the edit with form would show input boxes for all previous posts. Is there a way to disable this?
Inputbox, type=comment takes a pagename as input and can't have a template.
A seperate page for each log entry and a query to consolidate them is not desired.

What I would like to have is a text box to post my log entry onto my log page..Is this possible?

Thank you
Srav

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