Mon Nov 14 11:36:31 NZDT 2005
Yeah, that's what you would do in HTML but in Phpwiki, an external link is
[ABC | http://your.domain/ABC.pdf ]
the pipe symbol tells the Phpwiki that a link is following.
I do have an option as administrator to allow html in the Wiki so I might be
able to do it as you've shown but I just wondering if I could do with the
Phpwiki "short hand"
On Monday 14 November 2005 11:13, Simon Annear wrote:
> Do you mean a link like
> <a href="file:///p:/Library/Electrical/Transpower/Standards/ABC.pdf">ABC
> Chris O'Halloran wrote:
> >I have set up a Phpwiki using my Suse Linux Box on the company lan and
> > using Apache, Php, MySql using the code from the Phpwiki site.
> >I've manage to get it all going quite nicely many of the staff are keen to
> > use it as a collaborative documentation site for keeping each other
> > informed of the latest technical information available or the gotcha's
> > you find working with different manufacturers equipment.
> >I've got the linking to other pages, webpages and email addresses working
> >fine. What I was know wanting to know was how to link to various
> > documents etc we might have on our servers. It's an MS Active
> > directories network.
> >I can link to documents I put on the webserver easily enough but what
> > about
> >Any hints appreciated.
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