PmWiki uses a number of directives to specify page titles, descriptions, page keywords, and control the display of various components.
- Honors any newlines in the markup; i.e., text entered on separate lines in the markup will appear as separate lines in the output. Use
(:nolinebreaks:) to cause text lines to automatically join again.
- Sets a page's title to be something other than the page's name. The title text can contain apostrophes and other special characters. If there are multiple titles in a page, the last one encountered wins.
(:keywords word1, word2, ...:)
- Identifies keywords associated with the page. These are not displayed anywhere, but are useful to help search engines locate the page. (Essentially, this generates a
<meta name='keywords' content='...' /> element in the output.)
- Descriptive text associated with the page. (Generates a
<meta name='description' content='...' /> element in the page output.)
- Redirects the browser to another page, along with a redirect message. For security reasons this only redirects to other pages within the wiki and does not redirect to external urls.
If supported by the skin
, each of these turns off the corresponding portion of the page.
Turns off any groupheader or groupfooter for the page. (See GroupHeaders
Display the list of attachments for the current page.
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