Disabling some of action URLs is not possible now without creating own
templates/page.tmpl file. For example, how to disable
Now I can only enable/disable
It's not hard for me, but I think that the way to do it can be
confusing for another Ikiwiki users. For example, if I don't
HISTORYURL, then I need to comment
in setup file. But if I want to disable discussions, then I need
discussion=0 there. So, you can see that we don't have
one common method here.
Maybe Ikiwiki setup file should has more hashes for action URLs,
If you are curious why I need that features, I can clarify it.
I'm building "parallel" version of my site. It means that I want
to have one editable version for internal users and second only
readable version (+ search feature) for external users. I build
both versions on secure, internal machine from the same pages,
of course, and separated setup files and different templates.
The readable version of the site will be rsynced to clustered WWW
front-ends immediately via
post-commit hook file or periodically
by Cron. I haven't decided how to do it yet. --Paweł
You disable display of recentchanges by disabling that plugin.
Thanks for the hint! I didn't think about it
You disable edit and preferences by not enabling a cgiurl at all.
Yes, I've just discovered it. Unfortunately I need cgiurl, because I would like to use searching feature also for read-only pages.
Maybe page editing will become a plugin some day, or be made configurable -- there are a few things like searching and websetup (and possibly the poll plugin, aggregate webtrigger, and pingee) that it may make sense to enable a cgi for even if you don't want to allow page editing. --Joey
Joey, you're great! Thank you very, very, very much! --Paweł