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From Florian Holeczek <>
Subject Re: displaying page content only
Date Mon, 07 Jul 2008 21:10:28 GMT
I don't know whether one can switch to it programmatically, but
switching from the website style 'standard' to 'print-friendly'
results in such a page, too.
BTW, this style is selected automatically for printouts.

(Don't know if "website style" is the translation used in FF3, because
I'm using the german version.)


Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht vom 07.07.2008 um 22:58:

> Yup.  Copy the raw template (templates/raw) directory to  
> "bobstempalte", then edit the ViewTemplate.jsp in that dir to remove  
> the "mode=plain" from the wiki:Content tag.

> Then add "skin=bobstemplate" and see what happens :)

> /Janne

> On 7 Jul 2008, at 23:49, Bob Paige wrote:

>> First, I hope I'm not getting on anyone's nerves with all my  
>> questions. I am
>> new to JSPWiki but learning fast. Hopefully I'll be able to answer  
>> other's
>> questions soon.
>> Now to my latest question: How can I display the content of a page  
>> without
>> any of the rest of the menus, etc., on it?
>> My need grew out of the recent discussion about the built-in text  
>> editor.
>> Since Dirk has pointed me to the excellent (though incomplete)  
>> documentation
>> on the Post Editor, I would like to make this information available  
>> to my
>> users. I was thinking I could edit the Edit.jsp page and add a link  
>> to a
>> popup window that displayed this editor help.
>> I see three possible solutions:
>> 1. put the content in a page in my wiki and link to that
>> 2. link to the page on
>> 3. put the content in a static html page
>> I prefer the first solution because the content is more accessible  
>> to me to
>> update for the benefit of my users. However, when I display it in a  
>> popup
>> window I get all the side menus, etc. I tried the 'view page  
>> content' option
>> (which appends 'skin=raw') but that shows me the un-wikified content.
>> Is there another quick way to do this, or can I drop a simple .jsp in
>> somewhere?
>> -- 
>> Bobman

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