It's recommended that you only use alpha-numeric characters, as well as underscores in page names.
To create pages, simply add new files anywhere within the "wiki/
By default, the program will clean file names in the following fashion:
- "Quick_Start_Guide.md" becomes "Quick Start Guide"
- "Some_other_page.md" becomes "Some other page"
Notice how the program will not change the character case, but will replace underscores with spaces.
Customizing Page Names Further
You can customize page names further by editing the "wiki/config/structure_name.php" file. The array looks like this:
return array( 'en' => array( 'index.md' => 'Installation', ), 'fr' => array( 'index.md' => 'Bienvenue', ), );
To customize the file name, include the path to the file. Example:
return array( 'en' => array( 'index.md' => 'Installation', 'my_category/index.md' => 'My Category Homepage', ), 'fr' => array( 'index.md' => 'Bienvenue', 'my_category/index.md' => 'Bienvenue a Mon Categorie', ), );
Notice how the program allows you to customize page names in multiple languages. Simply create a nested array with the two letter language code as the key, and then create your custom names within that language array. Click here for more information on languages.
The program doesn't always order pages as you might expect. If you need to re-order pages, edit the "wiki/config/structure_order.php" file by addibf pages in the order you want them to appear:
return array( 'index.md', 'Quick_Start_Guide.md', 'Build', 'Build/Pages.md', 'Build/Categories.md', 'Build/Languages.md', );
You can sort folders as well by placing the name of the folder in the array, for example "Build" above.
Hiding a Page
Add a period "." to the start of any page or folder to hide it. Example "Pages.md" becomes ".Pages.md".
The program integrates Bootstrap's grid system for column generation. An example of a two-column page with markdown support would be:
<div class="container-fluid"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-sm-6" markdown="1"> Your markdown here... </div> <div class="col-sm-6" markdown="1"> Your markdown here... </div> </div> </div>
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