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    This Doesnt Seem To Work With Phrases

    In this wiki nobody has written about This_Doesnt_Seem_To_Work_With_Phrases yet ,but we give you a few automatically created links:

    Google:This_Doesnt_Seem_To_Work_With_Phrases 
    Dictionary:This_Doesnt_Seem_To_Work_With_Phrases 
    UseMod:This_Doesnt_Seem_To_Work_With_Phrases 
    MeatBall:This_Doesnt_Seem_To_Work_With_Phrases 
    C4:This_Doesnt_Seem_To_Work_With_Phrases 
    InfoAnarchy:This_Doesnt_Seem_To_Work_With_Phrases 
    C2:This_Doesnt_Seem_To_Work_With_Phrases 
    

    ...these should help if you are lucky.. try to make this page better,please.

    HOW'D YOU DO THAT?

    This is exactly what I want to do on my "PersonalWiki" using WxWikiServer, but there doesn't seem to be a way to "edit the edit page" as you have here. To have links, hints, or nada in the initial textarea, per administrator's desire, is great. Instant "templates". Great for a PIM type wiki.

    --

    UseMod wiki has a config variable "$NewText" that normally just contains plaintext that appears on new pages. The idea was just to use $ENV{"QUERY_STRING"} in it like this:

    $NewText     = "In this Wiki nobody has written about $ENV{"QUERY_STRING"} yet.
     A few auto-created search links: 
    Google:$ENV{"QUERY_STRING"} 
     Dictionary:$ENV{"QUERY_STRING"} ...
    

    the Google: link works without an URL because it gets that from the --> InterMap file.

    --mutante


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