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Fr Web Preferences

Appearance

Customize logo and tooltip texts:
  • Set WEBLOGOURL = /bin/view/Fr/AccueilPrincipal

  • Set WEBBGCOLOR = #efefef
    • web-specific background color, current color

  • Set SITEMAPLIST = on
    • set to off to hide this web from the SiteMap

  • Set WEBSUMMARY = Klingon wiki en français
    • description what this web is used for

  • Set NOSEARCHALL =
    • if set to on, this web will be exclude web from a global search

  • Set BROADCASTMESSAGE = On cherche des traducteurs pour le wiki Français. N'hésitez pas: apprend le Klingon en traduisant le wiki!

Deactivate Autolinking because of Klingon words like QongDaq
This is deactivated on Main.SitePreferences, but set in the WebPreferences of each Web differently, so that other Webs may still have working WikiWords
  • Set NOAUTOLINK = on
  • Set HIDE_NON_WIKI_WORD_WARNINGS = on

Wiki application settings

  • WebTopicEditTemplate

  • Set WEBFORMS = Fr.TopicForm
    • Comma separated list of forms that can be attached to topics in this web. See DataForms for more information.

  • Set VIEW_TEMPLATE = Fr.TopicView

Portal Title

  • Set PORTAIL =
       Portail Wiki Klingon
    Langue KlingonKLIStar TrekGrammaireVocabulaireSources CanonPersonnesPhrases et ExpressionsLogiciels

    Macros

    Movie Macros

    Note: the movie links are web bound, because of the translated titles. TV shows will remain the same in all languages.

    Klingon Dictionary Chapitres

    • Set TKD =
      TKD
      Chapitre
      0.0.0

    ToDo-Macro

    • Set TODO =
        flag   cet article a été ajouté dans la liste de travail. Raison: il n'est pas complet.

    citation needed Macro

    Fiction Macro

    • Set FICTION =
        presentation   Cet article est écrit à partir du point de vue due monde de Star Trek. La personne ou la chose decrite n'existe pas en realité.

    Language Setting for HTML-tag

    See LANG for details.
    • Set LANG = fr

    Generated Table of Contents (TOC) settings

    The first header level to appear in the TOC:
    • Set TOC_MIN_DEPTH = 2
      • If not set: 1
      • Possible values: 1 to 6
    The last header level to appear in the TOC:
    • Set TOC_MAX_DEPTH =
      • If not set: 6
      • Possible values: 1 to 6
      • Can be overridden by depth parameter of TOC
    The default TOC title:
    • Set TOC_TITLE = Contents of this page:
      • If not set: nothing
      • Possible values: any string, for example On this page:
      • Can be overridden by title parameter of TOC
    Do not show a TOC if the topic it contains is included in another topic:
    • Set TOC_HIDE_IF_INCLUDED =
      • If not set: included TOC is shown
      • Possible values: on or nothing

    Access control

    Users or groups who are allowed to view, change and rename topics in the Fr web. Remember that an empty setting is a valid setting; setting DENYWEBVIEW to nothing means that anyone can view the web.

    • Set DENYWEBVIEW =
    • Set ALLOWWEBVIEW =
    • Set DENYWEBCHANGE = Main.MobileUser
    • Set ALLOWWEBCHANGE =
    • Set ALLOWWEBRENAME = Main.WikiAdmin

    Users or groups allowed to change or rename this WebPreferences topic: (e.g., AdminGroup)

    • Set ALLOWTOPICCHANGE = Main.WikiAdmin
    • Set ALLOWTOPICRENAME = Main.WikiAdmin


    Tools

    Preference Settings

    A preference setting lets you define a simple macro that will be expanded in your output. A preference setting looks like this:

    [multiple of 3 spaces] * [space] Set [space] MACRONAME [space] = [space] value

    Example:

       * Set WEBBGCOLOR = #FFFFC0
    Macros defined using preference settings are expanded by enclosing their name in percent signs. So when you write %WEBBGCOLOR%, it gets expanded to #efefef

    A preference macro is always taken from the most current topic revision, even when accessing previous revisions of a topic.

    Preferences can be defined in a number of places:
    1. System.DefaultPreferences (Foswiki upgrades overwrite this topic)
    2. Main.SitePreferences
    3. Sub-webs inherit the WebPreferences of their parent
    4. WebPreferences
    5. In user topics, if the user has one (yours is Main.WikiGuest)
    6. In (some) plugin documentation topics
    7. In the topic being accessed
    Set statements which occur at higher-numbered locations override macros of the same name defined at lower numbered levels, unless the macro was listed in a FINALPREFERENCES setting (finalised) at a lower-numbered level. In this case, the macro is locked to the value at that level; Set statements at higher-numbered levels are ignored.

    IDEA! Preference settings can easily be disabled with a # sign. Example:
       * #Set DENYWEBCHANGE = %USERSWEB%.UnknownUser
    IDEA! You can hide preference settings in the output by enclosing them in HTML comments; for example,
    <!--
       * Set HIDDEN = This will be invisible in the output
    -->
    

    If you are setting a preference and using it in the same topic, note that Foswiki reads all the preference settings from the saved version of the topic before it displays anything. This means you can use a setting anywhere in the topic, even if you set it at the very end. But beware: it also means that if you change the setting of a macro you are using in the same topic, Preview will show the wrong thing, and you must Save the topic to see it correctly.

    Also note that Foswiki always reads the setting from the most current topic revision, so viewing older revisions of a topic can show unexpected results.

    And especially important, preference settings are never overridden or set in "%INCLUDE{" topics. in the below example about weather conditions, note the difference in the CONDITIONS expansion

    Spaces between the = sign and the value will be ignored. You can split a value over several lines by indenting following lines with spaces - as long as you don't try to use * as the first character on the following line.

    Example:
       * Set MACRONAME = value starts here
         and continues here
    

    Whatever you include in your macro will be expanded on display, exactly as if it had been entered directly (though see Parameters, below).

    Example: Create a custom logo macro
    • To place a logo anywhere in a web by typing %MYLOGO%, define the preference settings in the web's WebPreferences topic, and upload a logo file, ex: mylogo.gif. You can upload by attaching the file to WebPreferences, or, to avoid clutter, to any other topic in the same web, e.g. LogoTopic. Sample preference setting in WebPreferences:
       * Set MYLOGO = %PUBURL%/%WEB%/LogoTopic/mylogo.gif

    You can also set preference settings in a topic by clicking the link Edit topic preference settings under More topic actions. Preferences set in this manner are known as 'meta' preferences and are not visible in the topic text, but take effect nevertheless.

    Parameters

    Note that %CONDITIONS% expands differently when this example is viewed in Macros. This is because Set statement are not active in included topics. The including topic's set statements are used.

    Macros defined using preference settings can take parameters. These are symbols passed in the call to the macro to define local macros that will be expanded in the output. For example,
       * Set CONDITIONS = According to [[System.%BASETOPIC%][%BASETOPIC%]] the %WHAT% is %STATE% today (Set in ...).
    
    You can call this macro passing in values for WHAT and STATE. For example:
    • %CONDITIONS{WHAT="sea" STATE="choppy"}%
      • expands to %CONDITIONS{WHAT="sea" STATE="choppy"}%.

    Parameter defaults

    • The special parameter name DEFAULT gets the value of any unnamed parameter in the macro call.
    • Parameter macros can accept a default parameter so that they expand to something even when a value isn't passed for them in the call.
    Example:
       * Set WEATHER = It's %DEFAULT{default="raining"}%.
    
    • %WEATHER% expands to %WEATHER%
    • %WEATHER{"sunny"}% expands to %WEATHER{"sunny"}%
    The standard formatting tokens can be used in parameters. They will be expanded immediately when the macro is instantiated.

    ALERT! Note that parameters override all other macros, including system defined macros, in the expansion of the macro where they are used.

    Access Control Settings

    These are special types of preference settings to control access to content. System.AccessControl explains these security settings in detail. Parameters are not available in access control settings.

    Local values for preferences

    Certain topics (user, plugin, web, site and default preferences topics) have a problem; macros defined in those topics can have two meanings. For example, consider a user topic. A user may want to use a double-height edit box when they are editing their home topic - but only when editing their home topic. The rest of the time, they want to have a normal edit box. This separation is achieved using Local in place of Set in the macro definition. For example, if the user sets the following in their home topic:
       * Set EDITBOXHEIGHT = 10
       * Local EDITBOXHEIGHT = 20
    
    Then, when they are editing any other topic, they will get a 10 high edit box. However, when they are editing their home topic they will get a 20 high edit box. Local can be used wherever a preference needs to take a different value depending on where the current operation is being performed.

    Use this powerful feature with great care! %ALLVARIABLES% can be used to get a listing of the values of all macros in their evaluation order, so you can see macro scope if you get confused.

    Related Topics

Catégorie: WikiAdministration    Dernière modification: 22 Aug 2018, par WikiAdmin    Créé: 25 Sep 2014 par WikiAdmin


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