Bootstrap Dropdown configuration

  • DONE: Implement the dropdown menu
    • located at Site.BootstrapSiteHeader
    • TODO: maybe some sort of default should be in the core of the skin?
  • Implement that recipe for pagelist-multi-target, or whatever it was called.

Location plans

Since this wiki will eventually replace michaelpaulukonis.com/index.html, and is currently accessed via index.php, move it down to the root via .htaccess, but don't' lose the index.php yet.

Group display

There's a recipe to display GroupName/GroupName pages as just GroupName - find that and test it. I like it.

SourceBlock

If included in the core, fix the GetCode issue

Markdown?

Cookbook:MarkdownMarkupExtension
This might be a nice addition.
When I'm writing in markdown, I'm in that headspace.
Can't use custom markups, but people could find it useful if working with code....

Tags / Categories (and TODOs)

Adding a pagelist to a Tags? page over-rides the default.
But tags and categories are not shared by default.
I did something at the work wiki, but it is awkward.

would like to have something like the following added to a page:

(:pagelist "TODO:" group=-Tags:)

BlogIt

Configuration/setup

The default Blog page ships with NOTHING
The following is suggested:

(:notitle:)
(:includesection "#blog-summary-pagelist blogid=blog1 status=publish":)

Pages

Site.BlogIt-Admin
Site.BlogIt-CoreTemplate
Site.BlogIt-SideBar
Site.XLPage-BlogIt

BlogIt display

I'd like to differentiate the blog-posts on the Blog page a bit better.
Have a look at #blog-summary-pagelist or css for #wikitext .blogit-post-summary h2 a.wikilink
Probably for the h2 that is a direct child of blogit-post-summary

Created page Site.BlogIt-SkinTemplate-bootstrap-fluid
Added class well to multi-entry-view format (for pagelists)

If this skin is shipped as Core, then that custom page should be included.

TODO: get other customizations from work wiki

NOTE: for work wiki, I only added a few customized sections. Here, I copied the entire page.

Look into Blogit js code

How the Ajax functions, for example.
Is this a good model for an Ajax-powered upload form?
Has anybody else done this for PmWiki yet?