Is there a way to have the generated maps sorted by title instead of filename when show=title is used? Thanks
Question: Is there a way to generate a listing that shows both title and description meta information? Currently, a [[!map ...]] shows only one of the two, but I'd like to generate a navigation that looks like a description list. For example:
This is the title meta information.
This is the description meta information
This is another title.
And so on ...
Is that possible?
The site I'm trying to set up right now (not really a wiki - no public editing) is divided into topics. Topics are pages that have
[[!meta link="/topic"]]. Topic pages contain an index of their subpages (done with
[[!inline ]]); the subpages are the real content. I want a map in the sidebar that lists:
- all of the topics;
- all of the first-level subpages of the current topic only.
That is, if the current page is "Topic A" or "Topic A/Page 1", then the map should look like
Topic A Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Topic B Topic C
but if the current page is "Topic B" or one of its subpages, then the map should look like
Topic A Topic B Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Topic C
On the top-level index page, or on any other page that is neither a topic nor a subpage of a topic, the map should list only the topics.
Is there any way to do that? I don't mind mucking around with
[[!meta ]] on every page if that's what it takes.
I think that you're looking for this:
pages="((Topic*/* or Topic*) and ./*) or (Topic* and ! Topic*/*)"
Let's pull that PageSpec apart.
(Topic*/* or Topic*)matches all pages that are underneath a Topic page or are a topic page themselves.
and ./*further adds the limitation that the pages have to be in the same directory as the page that is displaying the map. So, for
Topic_A/Page_1, it will match
Topic_A, it will match
Topic_*but not subpages.
Topic* and ! Topic*/*matches all the toplevel topic pages, since we always want those to show up.
Thanks, but this assumes that topic pages are named
Topic<something>. They aren't. They are tagged with
[[!meta link="/topic"]], and as far as I can tell there is no PageSpec notation for "subpages of a page that satisfies link(foo)"... -- Zack
I feel like this should be obvious, but I can't figure out how to sort numerically.
map pages="./* and !*/Discussion and !*/sidebar" and a bunch of pages with names like 1, 2, 3, 11, 12, 1/1.1, 12/12.3 etc. I want to sort them numerically. I see lots of conversation implying there's a simple way to do it, but not how.