Is it possible to render more than one destination page from the same source page? That is, same source, slightly different presentation at the other end, needing a different output file.
It's possible to render more than one output file from a given source page. See, for example, the inline plugin's generation of rss files. This is done by calling
writefile()to generate the additional files. Probably in a format hook if you want to generate html files.
Thanks for the tip, I'll take a look at that. -- KathrynAndersen
It's not possible for one source file to represent multiple wiki pages. There is a 1:1 mapping between source filenames and page names. The difference between wiki pages and output files is that you can use wikilinks to link to wiki pages, etc. --Joey
I have two problems that would be solved by being able to do this.
One has a page "foo", which is rendered into foo.html. One also wants a foo-print.html page, which uses "page-print.tmpl" rather than "page.tmpl" as its template.
I want to do this for every page on the site, automatically, so it isn't feasible to do it by hand.
Did you know that ikiwiki's
style.cssarranges for pages to display differently when printed out? Things like the Action bar are hidden in printouts (search for
@media print). So I don't see a reason to need whole files for printing when you can use these style sheet tricks. --Joey
Fair enough. --KathrynAndersen
My site is in non-US English. However, I want US-English people to find my site when they search for it when they use US spelling on certain search terms (such as "optimise" versus "optimize"). This requires a (crude) US-English version of the site where the spellings are changed automatically, and the LANG is "en-us" rather than "en". (No, don't tell me to use keywords; Google ignores keywords and has for a number of years).
So I want the page "foo" to render to "foo.en.html" and "foo.en-us.html" where the content is the same, just some automated word-substitution applied before foo.en-us.html is written. And do this for every page on the site.
I can't do this with the "po" plugin, as it considers "en-us" not to be a valid language. And the "po" plugin is probably overkill for what I want anyway.
But I'm not sure how to achieve the result I need.
Sounds like this could be considered a single page that generates two html files, so could be handled per above. --Joey