[Moin-user] Fw: How is that neat trick performed?

Rick VanDerveer rickvanderveer at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 30 18:34:29 EDT 2007


Okay, I partially solved my problem. After trying seemingly every combination, I got it right with the simple linking syntax, like this (within that project's config.py file):

            u'[http://wiki.company.com/topic Main Company Wiki]',

That solves my main problem.  Yeah!

-Rick



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From: Rick VanDerveer <rickvanderveer at yahoo.com>
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Subject: How is that neat trick performed?


On http://moinmaster.wikiwikiweb.de, you have several tabs that have what seems to be arbetrary text in them, pointing to different web pages.  For example, the last tab says "Go to MoinMoin site" and it obviously points to a different URL (the main site).  And you have "Editing on Moinmaster" which points to a differently named page.

How did you do this?

I have several "project sites" that I would like to point back to the main site this way.  For example:

http://wiki.company.com/main

then-
http://wiki.company.com/projectA (<-- I'd like to have a tab that points to the main).

Obviously this is done in the farmconfig.py for the ProjectA site, but I can't get the syntax right.

Help?







 
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