<toc>tag. You must use numbered headings for this to work. (Syntax for numbered headings look like
=== # Heading ===) Check my Poets page to see how it works. -- PEZ
Here's a page mentioning a few RSS feed readers for some platforms - http://channels.lockergnome.com/rss/resources/articles/quickstart.phtml -- PEZ
Would it be possible to make a wiki rss feed that includes the diff of the edit, or would it typically be too huge? I have the wiki's RSS feed open in Microsoft Outlook, by the way, I'll bet I'm the first one ;-) -- Kawigi
That should be possible, though it would take a considerable amount of time to figure out how to do it. [MediaWiki] does what you ask for by default. Check http://h2wiki.halowiki.net/wiki/Special:Recentchanges for instance. I've just finished porting the halowiki to wikipedia from usemod. It was 250 pages and took some time =) If some of you guys are willing to help we could look into the possibilities of moving this wiki to the wikipedia engine. Think of mediawiki as a much better usemod. -- PEZ
That is. To get left aligned cell contents, pad with at least two spaces at the end. Center - at least two spaces beofore and after the content, Right, pad with at least two spaces before. (Left and right of course requires that you don't pad with more than one space at "the other" end). To let CSS styles choose the alignement, don't double-space pad anywwhere in the cell.
<toc>tag. This one embeds title searches in the pages. The macro is activated with a tag -
<title-search search_for_this_or_that_text>. Good for listing pages that are named around a particular subject like:
Neat huh? (Open the page for editing to see how the list was produced.) I hope it works. If the wiki scripts blows up I can just replace the old one while I try to fix it.