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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.10 - 07 Jan 2003 - FantoM)
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.9 - 31 Oct 2001 - MikeMannix)
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A TWiki topic is a self-contained information unit, rich in features that include:

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A TWiki topic is a self-contained information unit rich in features:

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    • autolink to it from other pages simply by typing it in
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    • automatically link to it from other pages
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    • enter plain or HTML-formatted text
    • work with simple TWikiShorthand (the power of HTML plus special TWiki tags)
    • include links, images, anything else you can put on a regular Web page
  • an optional form feature to:
    • store structured info along with the freeform page content
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    • enter plain or fully-HTML formatted text
    • work with simple TWiki editing shorthand (that includes HTML mark-up and special TWiki functions)
    • include Web links, images, anything else you can put on a Web page
  • an extra forms input option:
    • store structured info alongside the free-form page content
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    • select the right input template for each page from a choice of multiple form
  • a FileAttachment function that allows you to:
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    • select from one or many different input forms, with all data preserved
  • a FileAttachment feature that lets you:
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    • attach any size and type of file (documents, images, applications) for viewing or downloading
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    • attach any type of file (documents, images, applications) for viewing or downloading
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  • TWiki Skins that work on the web level, but can also be used to customize the look of headers and footers on a single page
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  • TWiki Skins to customize the look of headers and footers:
    • apply skins across an entire TWiki web level, or to a single page
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    • rename a page and automatically update all the links referring to it, site-wide
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    • rename a page and automatically update all the references to it, site-wide
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  • flexible access control:
    • independently determine who can view, edit, rename, move or delete topics
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  • flexible access control:
    • independently determine who can see, edit, rename, move or delete topics
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  • revision control automatically saves topic changes:
    • uses the established standard RCS (Revision Control System)
    • efficiently stores every change made to the original version
    • allows comparison of changes between any two versions, and review of any version, as formatted or raw text
  • referred-by searches that list all topics in a web or site wide that link to a particular page
  • hierarchical parent-child topic navigation:
    • automatically links a new page as the "child" of the page it was created from
    • allows manual assignment of parent page from a list of all topics in the local web
    • offers navigation displays, by topic parent, or by related topic
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How to create and edit a page

Adding and editing information on existing pages, and creating new pages, is TWiki's main function.

  • To modify a topic, click the [Edit] link at the bottom left of every page. An editing window appears. Type away. Use the GoodStyle and TextFormattingRules links to get pop-up window help.
    • Click [Preview Changes] to see how your edit looks.
    • Click [Save Changes] to save.

  • To add a new page, the simplest way is to type a new WikiName on an existing page. When the page is saved, the new name will appear highlighted, with a ? at the end: click the ? and a new edit window appears. Enter, preview and save as usual. The new page now exists.

How to attach files and use other features

The color-coded control strip at the bottom of every page displays a series of links, including [Attach] (for attachments), [Ref-by] (to display referring pages), and [More], which opens a new screen of additional controls).

  • Most controls are self-explanatory, and also include explanatory text and help links.
  • Experiment. You can always cancel or go Back whenever you like.
  • Get in-depth info from the complete documentation, including the User's Guide and Reference Manual.
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You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking More on the control strip at the bottom of every page. Access to one or more of these three options, for a topic, a web or an entire site, may be available to administrators only. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory.

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You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking More on the control strip at the bottom of every page. The access settings for a topic, web or entire site may be disabled for one or more of the three options. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory.

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  1. On the page you want to change, click More > Rename/move
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  1. On the topic you want to change, click More > Rename/move
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    • If a referring page can't be update because it's locked (ex: someone is editing), it appears on an alert. You can update missed pages later by again pressing Rename/move.
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    • If a referring page can't be update because it's locked (ex: someone's editing), it appears on an alert. You can missed pages later by again pressing Rename/move.
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See ManagingTopics for more details.

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See: ManagingTopics for more details.

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-- MikeMannix - 02 Oct 2001

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Last updated: MikeMannix - 30 Oct 2001


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.8 - 02 Oct 2001 - MikeMannix)
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A TWiki topic is a self-contained information unit rich in features:

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A TWiki topic is a self-contained information unit, rich in features that include:

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    • automatically link to it from other pages
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    • autolink to it from other pages simply by typing it in
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    • enter plain or fully-HTML formatted text
    • work with simple TWiki editing shorthand (that includes HTML mark-up and special TWiki functions)
    • include Web links, images, anything else you can put on a Web page
  • an extra forms input option:
    • store structured info alongside the free-form page content
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    • enter plain or HTML-formatted text
    • work with simple TWikiShorthand (the power of HTML plus special TWiki tags)
    • include links, images, anything else you can put on a regular Web page
  • an optional form feature to:
    • store structured info along with the freeform page content
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    • select from one or many different input forms, with all data preserved
  • a FileAttachment feature that lets you:
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    • select the right input template for each page from a choice of multiple form
  • a FileAttachment function that allows you to:
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    • attach any type of file (documents, images, applications) for viewing or downloading
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    • attach any size and type of file (documents, images, applications) for viewing or downloading
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  • TWiki Skins work on the web level, but can also be used to customize the look of headers and footers on a single pages
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  • TWiki Skins that work on the web level, but can also be used to customize the look of headers and footers on a single page
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    • rename a page and automatically update all the references to it, site-wide
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    • rename a page and automatically update all the links referring to it, site-wide
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    • independently determine who can see, edit, rename, move or delete topics
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    • independently determine who can view, edit, rename, move or delete topics
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Depending on the set-up of your TWiki site and your own user account, you have several or all of the above.

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The configuration of your TWiki site and your own user account determine which of these features you can use.

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You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking More on the control strip at the bottom of every page. The access settings for a topic, web or entire site may be disabled for one or more of the three options. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory.

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You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking More on the control strip at the bottom of every page. Access to one or more of these three options, for a topic, a web or an entire site, may be available to administrators only. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory.

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  1. On the topic you want to change, click More > Rename/move
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  1. On the page you want to change, click More > Rename/move
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    • If a referring page can't be update because it's locked (ex: someone's editing), it appears on an alert. You can missed pages later by again pressing Rename/move.
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    • If a referring page can't be update because it's locked (ex: someone is editing), it appears on an alert. You can update missed pages later by again pressing Rename/move.
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Note: Deleting means moving the topic to the Trash web. Since all webs share the one Trash, name conflicts may come up.

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HELP Deleting means moving the topic to the Trash web. Since all webs share the one Trash, name conflicts may come up.

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Note: Keep in mind that moving a topic from a view restricted web to a public web or the Trash web will compromize security.

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ALERT! NOTE: Keep in mind that moving a topic from a view-restricted web to a public web or the Trash web will compromise security.

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-- MikeMannix - 02 Oct 2001


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.7 - 16 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix)
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.6 - 14 Sep 2001 - PeterThoeny)
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Note: Keep in mind that moving a topic from a view restricted web to a public web or the Trash web will compromize security.


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.5 - 12 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix)
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How to rename, move, or delete a topic

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You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking the [Rename/Move] on the lower toolbar. The access settings for a particular page, web or entire site may disable one or more of the three options. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory on-screen.

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TWiki Pages

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  1. On the topic you want to change, click Rename/move
  2. To move or delete, from the pull-down menu, select the target web ("Trash" for delete); otherwise, leave on the current web
  3. To rename, fill in new WikiName, or leave the default current topic anme
  4. You will be warned if there are locks or if there is a name clash - adjust accordingly, or [Cancel]
  5. A list of pages that link to the topic will be listed, checked by default: checked links will be updated; clear the checkbox to prevent any unwanted changes
  6. Click [Rename/Move]: the topic will be renamed and links to the topic updated.
    • If any of the referring pages are locked then they will be listed. You can correct these later by again pressing Rename/Move.
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Each page in a TWiki web is called a topic, defined by its meaningful, descriptive WikiWord title.

Page Features

A TWiki topic is a self-contained information unit rich in features:

  • a WikiWord title that lets you:
    • instantly identify what the page is about
    • automatically link to it from other pages
  • an edit-anywhere collaboration area where you can:
    • enter plain or fully-HTML formatted text
    • work with simple TWiki editing shorthand (that includes HTML mark-up and special TWiki functions)
    • include Web links, images, anything else you can put on a Web page
  • an extra forms input option:
    • store structured info alongside the free-form page content
    • use text fields and boxes, radio buttons, pulldown selector menus, checkboxes
    • select from one or many different input forms, with all data preserved
  • a FileAttachment feature that lets you:
    • upload files through your browser to the TWiki server
    • attach any type of file (documents, images, applications) for viewing or downloading
    • make changes and update existing files
  • TWiki Skins work on the web level, but can also be used to customize the look of headers and footers on a single pages
  • browser-based controls for renaming, moving, and deleting pages:
    • rename a page and automatically update all the references to it, site-wide
    • move a page from one TWiki web to another
    • safely delete a topic to a special Trash web (invisible, but accessible to the TWiki administrators if needed)
  • flexible access control:
    • independently determine who can see, edit, rename, move or delete topics
    • set permissions by individual users and user groups

Depending on the set-up of your TWiki site and your own user account, you have several or all of the above.

How to rename, move or delete a page

You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking More on the control strip at the bottom of every page. The access settings for a topic, web or entire site may be disabled for one or more of the three options. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory.

  1. On the topic you want to change, click More > Rename/move
  2. To move or delete: select the target web (Trash for delete)from the pull-down menu; otherwise, leave on the current web
  3. To rename: fill in a new WikiName (otherwise, leave the current topic name)
  4. To update occurrences of the topic name on other pages: From the list of pages that link to the topic, check or uncheck each entry as you desire - only checked links will be updated;
  5. Click Rename/move: the topic will be renamed and links to the topic updated.
    • Any problems are listed ; you can change them later.
    • If a referring page can't be update because it's locked (ex: someone's editing), it appears on an alert. You can missed pages later by again pressing Rename/move.
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See ManagingTopics for more details.

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See ManagingTopics for more details. %META:TOPICMOVED{by="MikeMannix" date="1000261400" from="TWiki.HandlingTopics" to="TWiki.TWikiPages"}%


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.4 - 06 Sep 2001 - JohnTalintyre)
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See ManagingTopics for more details.


 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.3 - 01 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix)
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Rename/move/delete a topic

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How to rename, move, or delete a topic

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You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking the Rename/move on the lower toolbar. The access settings for a particular page, web or entire site may disable one or more of the three options. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory on-screen.

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You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking the [Rename/Move] on the lower toolbar. The access settings for a particular page, web or entire site may disable one or more of the three options. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory on-screen.

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  1. You will be warned if there are locks or if there is a name clash - adjust accordingly, or Cancel
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  1. You will be warned if there are locks or if there is a name clash - adjust accordingly, or [Cancel]
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  1. Click Rename/Move: the topic will be renamed and links to the topic updated.
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  1. Click [Rename/Move]: the topic will be renamed and links to the topic updated.

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.2 - 30 Aug 2001 - MikeMannix)

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiPages (r1.1 - 30 Aug 2001 - MikeMannix)
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%META:TOPICINFO{author="MikeMannix" date="999179978" format="1.0" version="1.1"}% %META:TOPICPARENT{name="WebHome"}%

Rename/move/delete a topic

You can now rename, move and delete individual topics from your browser. All three options are available by clicking the Rename/move on the lower toolbar. The access settings for a particular page, web or entire site may disable one or more of the three options. In any case, all three are similar and extremely self-explanatory on-screen.

  1. On the topic you want to change, click Rename/move
  2. To move or delete, from the pull-down menu, select the target web ("Trash" for delete); otherwise, leave on the current web
  3. To rename, fill in new WikiName, or leave the default current topic anme
  4. You will be warned if there are locks or if there is a name clash - adjust accordingly, or Cancel
  5. A list of pages that link to the topic will be listed, checked by default: checked links will be updated; clear the checkbox to prevent any unwanted changes
  6. Click Rename/Move: the topic will be renamed and links to the topic updated.
    • If any of the referring pages are locked then they will be listed. You can correct these later by again pressing Rename/Move.

Note: Deleting means moving the topic to the Trash web. Since all webs share the one Trash, name conflicts may come up.


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Revision r1.1 - 30 Aug 2001 - 12:52 GMT - MikeMannix
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