Getting & Giving Support
- Ref. - PHPDoc
Wolf CMS books section
Any user can have/his own personal set of wiki1) pages.. try it. Just create a page called user:<username>
For example: user:mvdkleijn
Let's display my gravatar:
Idea or Tip note
This might be useful for creating books together with the export to ODT plugin… below this line is included.
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TIP - If you want to try out the wiki's syntax, test it on your own personal page in the wiki. If you don't have one already, create it by searching for user:<username> and clicking on the “Create this page” button on the far left.
For an example, see mvdkleijn.