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%apply=item id=Enable Link Page Relative?%$EnableLinkPageRelative
When enabled, causes Pm Wiki to use relative urls for page links instead of absolute urls.
        $EnableLinkPageRelative = 1;
%apply=item id=Enable Link Plus Titlespaced?%$EnableLinkPlusTitlespaced
When enabled, a link written like [[Name|+]] will display the "Spaced Title". Default is to display the "Title" of the page. See the page PageVariables for {$Title} and {$Titlespaced}.
%apply=item id=Page Path Fmt?%$PagePathFmt
This array lists the order in which Pm Wiki looks for the page that you most likely are attempting to link to. The default is listed below. Look at Cookbook:PagePaths for some ideas.
        array('{$Group}.$1', '$1.$1', '$1.{$DefaultName}')
%apply=item id=Link Page Exists Fmt?%$LinkPageExistsFmt
The (HTML) string to output for links to already existing wiki pages. Defaults to
        <a class='wikilink' href='\$LinkUrl'>\$LinkText</a>
%apply=item id=Link Page Create Fmt?%$LinkPageCreateFmt
The (HTML) string to output for links to non-existent wiki pages. The default is to add a '?' after the link text with a link to the page edit/create form. Defaults to
        <a class='createlinktext' href='\$PageUrl?action=edit'>\$LinkText</a>
        <a class='createlink' href='\$PageUrl?action=edit'>?</a>
%apply=item id=Link Page Create Space Fmt?%$LinkPageCreateSpaceFmt
Same as $LinkPageCreateFmt, but used when the link text has a space in it.
%apply=item id=Link Page Self Fmt?%$LinkPageSelfFmt
The (HTML) string to output for self-referencing links (i.e. links to the page itself). Defaults to
        <a class='selflink' href='\$LinkUrl'>\$LinkText</a>
%apply=item id=Link Category Fmt?%$LinkCategoryFmt
The (HTML) string to output for links to wiki category pages. Defaults to
        <a class='categorylink' href='\$LinkUrl'>\$LinkText</a>
%apply=item id=Url Link Fmt?%$UrlLinkFmt
The (HTML) string to output for URL-links that begin with 'http:', 'ftp:', etc. Defaults to
        <a class='urllink' href='\$LinkUrl' title='\$LinkAlt' rel='nofollow'>\$LinkText</a>
All Inter Map links default to $UrlLinkFmt, unless there is a specific $IMapLinkFmt entry.
%apply=item id=I Map Link Fmt?%$IMapLinkFmt
an array of link formats for various link "schemes". Not set as default.
Examples of custom formats to allow different styling via classes:
Links to http: standard url links:
         $IMapLinkFmt['http:'] = "<a class='httplink urllink' href='\$LinkUrl'>\$LinkText</a>";  
Links to https: secure pages:
         $IMapLinkFmt['https:'] = "<a class='httpslink urllink' href='\$LinkUrl'>\$LinkText</a>";   
Links to Pm Wiki: Inter Map shortcut:
         $IMapLinkFmt['PmWiki:'] = "<a class='pmwikilink urllink' href='\$LinkUrl'>\$LinkText</a>";
Note that if you have enabled Obfuscate Link I Map? (core function based on De Ob Mail?), the snippet can be customized in:
The default (for Obfuscate Link I Map?) is:
         $IMapLinkFmt['obfuscate-mailto:'] = "<span class='_pmXmail' title=\"\$LinkAlt\"><span class='_t'>\$LinkText</span><span class='_m'>\$LinkUrl</span></span>"; 
The Obfuscate Link I Map? logic expects the snippet to have some recognisable properties -- classes, elements, otherwise it may not work. Start with the default snippet, make small modifications, and test if it works.
%apply=item id=Add Link CSS?%$AddLinkCSS
An array of additional custom link CSS classes, that are added to the link format $UrlLinkFmt, $IMapLinkFmt or $LinkPageExistsFmt. Currently can have 2 elements:
$AddLinkCSS['othergroup'] = "crossgroup"; # add "crossgroup" class to wikilinks to other wikigroups
$AddLinkCSS['samedomain'] = "currentsite"; # add "currentsite" class to URL or Path links to resources on the same domain.
%apply=item id=Inter Map Files?%$InterMapFiles
An array consisting a list of files and pages containing InterMap entries to be loaded.
%apply=item id=Make Page Name Function?%$MakePageNameFunction
Name of a custom function to replace MakePageName(), which converts strings into valid page names.
%apply=item id=Make Page Name Patterns?%$MakePageNamePatterns
$MakePageNamePatterns is an array of regular expression replacements that is used to map the page link in a free link such as [[free link]] into a page name. Currently the default sequence is:
    "/'/" => '',                    # strip single-quotes
    "/[^$PageNameChars]+/" => ' ',  # convert to spaces characters not allowed in pagenames
    '/((^|[^-\\w])\\w)/' => 'cb_toupper',  # capitalize 1st letter of words
    '/ /' => ''                     # remove spaces
Note that if you change $MakePageNamePatterns, the documentation links may break. This can be fixed by re-setting $MakePageNamePatterns to the default in Pm Wiki?.php.
%apply=item id=Make Page Name Split Pattern?%$MakePageNameSplitPattern
See Cookbook:DotsInLinks.
%apply=item id=Wiki Word Count Max?%$WikiWordCountMax
The maximum number of times to convert each Wiki Word encountered on a page. Defaults to 1,000,000. Common settings for this variable are zero (disable Wiki Word links) and one (convert only the first occurrence of each Wiki Word).
        $WikiWordCountMax = 0;     # disable Wiki Word links
        $WikiWordCountMax = 1;     # convert only first Wiki Word
%apply=item id=Wiki Word Count?%$WikiWordCount
An array that allows the number of Wiki Word conversions to be set on a per-Wiki Word basis. The default is to use $WikiWordCountMax unless a value is set in this array. By default Pm Wiki sets $WikiWordCount['Pm Wiki']=1 to limit the number of conversions of "Pm Wiki".
        $WikiWordCount['PhD']=0;     # Don't convert "PhD"
        $WikiWordCount['Wiki Word']=5;  # Convert Wiki Word 5 times
        # the following lines keep a page from linking to itself
        $title = FmtPageName('$Title_',$pagename);
%apply=item id=Enable Redirect Quiet?%$EnableRedirectQuiet
Enable the quiet=1 parameter for the redirect directive. On publicly edited wikis it is advisable not to enable quiet redirects.
        $EnableRedirectQuiet = 0;     # disable quiet redirects (default)
        $EnableRedirectQuiet = 1;     # enable quiet redirects
%apply=item id=Qualify Patterns?%$QualifyPatterns
An array of regular expression replacements applied when text from one page is included in another, used by the function Qualify(). The two default patterns rewrite links like [[Page]] into [[Group/Page]], and page (text) variables like {$Title} into {Group.Page$Title} so that they work the same way in the source page and in the including page.

Categories: PmWiki Developer

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