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From "Dirk Frederickx" <dirk.frederi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: displaying page content only
Date Mon, 07 Jul 2008 21:09:53 GMT
Bob,

If you just want to give better help to the users during editing, just
try changing the EditPageHelp, which is viewable via the HELP tab
during edit.


dirk


On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 10:49 PM, Bob Paige <bobpaige@gmail.com> 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 jspwiki.org
> 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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