Support » Plugin: Yada Wiki » Does exactly what it says on the tin!

  • This Wiki is near perfect! Doesn’t get in the way, no nags, no issues. Wiki pages show up under /wiki/ just as they should.

    The only thing missing would be to replace the current listing at /wiki/ with a static page where other pages can be linked in. It also uses the default settings for publicize, so if you don’t want to tweet every page created you need to manually disable that per-page before posting.

    While I’m hoping that these aspects will eventually be configurable, as it is right now it is still the best WP Wiki of the ones I’ve tried.

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  • Plugin Author dmccan

    (@dmccan)

    Thank you for the nice review. You are correct that I went with WordPress defaults.

    I think when you go to the /wiki/ URL you see the archive page, which is the default WordPress behavior. Exactly how that is displayed depends on the active theme. It is possible to create a PHP template called archive-wiki.php and override the default WordPress behavior, but then you have to get into theming. Another option might be to use the TOC page. There is a bit of information about the TOC page on my website: http://www.davidmccan.com/wiki/toc-page/.

    Do you have an example of other plugins that set publicize to work they way you are wanting?

    Thanks again and happy WordPressing.

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