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December 3, 2009 at 4:59 am #27058
Is anybody using WP Wiki Plugin with WordPress
It sounds like a great idea and I am trying to implement this plugin on my site with no succes at all, I am probably doing something wrong but what ???
Anybody any ideas how to make it work
Thanks for help
RgdsDecember 3, 2009 at 6:30 am #67427TeMcMember
Please elaborate (explain more) on "not having succes".
Describe what you’ve done, how you’ve done. And what/how went wrong.December 3, 2009 at 8:02 am #67434
I have so far:
-created page with text, made it wiki friendly" by checking tick mark on bottom page and Toc table as well
-created special user with "wiki user" role
Now when looking a this page on site ( this is a local development site working prefectly)
When connecting to site using this special user’s identity I don’t see any "EDIT" link at the bottom of page to be able to modify page ( I have tried with a post and get same result) all I see is Toc on upper right side of page
What should I do to make this page or post editable ??
Thanks for helpDecember 3, 2009 at 9:07 am #67437
Sorry for the noise as I have just remembered I had turned post revisions OFF in config.php a long time ago so the plugin couldn’t work
You have to make sure post revisions has been turned on for the plugin to work
Thanks for help
Jean from FranceDecember 3, 2009 at 3:42 pm #67464
Just 1 more question
When clicking on edit page or post link it sends you to edit page in "administration mode", is there a possibility to use a slightly modified "administration mode" page
If yes where ?? I couldn’t find the function producing this edit page format ? it has to be a function called something like edit_post
Where is it called from
where is the edit_post (or page as I guess it is just one same function for posts and pages) function itself located as I would like to modify it or produce a simplified version to contributors
Any ideas ?
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