Difference: VarTOPICLIST (1 vs. 4)

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META TOPICPARENT name="TWikiVariables"

TOPICLIST{"format"} -- topic index of a web

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format="format" (Alternative to above) "$topic"
separator=", " line separator "$n" (new line)
marker="selected" Text for $marker if the item matches selection "selected"
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selection="TopicA, TopicB" Current value to be selected in list (none)
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selection="TopicA, TopicB" Topic(s) to show selected with $marker; specify a comma-space list of full topic names (none)
 
web="Name" Name of web Current web
  • Example: %TOPICLIST{"   * $web.$topic"}% creates a bullet list of all topics
  • Example: %TOPICLIST{separator=", "}% creates a comma separated list of all topics

Revision 32012-11-15 - TWikiContributor

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META TOPICPARENT name="TWikiVariables"

TOPICLIST{"format"} -- topic index of a web

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  • Example: %TOPICLIST{separator=", "}% creates a comma separated list of all topics
  • Example: %TOPICLIST{" <option>$topic</option>"}% creates an option list (for drop down menus)
  • Example: <select>%TOPICLIST{" <option $marker value='$topic'>$topic</option>" separator=" " selection="%TOPIC%"}%</select> creates an option list of web topics with the current topic selected
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Revision 22005-03-27 - TWikiContributor

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META TOPICPARENT name="TWikiVariables"
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TOPICLIST{"format"} -- topic index of a web

Changed:
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  • List of all topics in a web. The "format" defines the format of one topic item. It may include variables: The $name variable gets expanded to the topic name, $qname to double quoted name, $marker to marker parameter where topic matches selection, and $web to the name of the web.
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  • List of all topics in a web. The "format" defines the format of one topic item. It may include variables: The $topic variable gets expanded to the topic name, $marker to marker parameter where topic matches selection, and $web to the name of the web, or any of the standard FormatTokens.
 
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"format" Format of one line, may include $web (name of web), $name (name of the topic), $qname (name of topic in double quotes), $marker (which expands to marker for the item matching selection only) "$name"
format="format" (Alternative to above) "$name"
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"format" Format of one line, may include $web (name of web), $topic (name of the topic), $marker (which expands to marker for the item matching selection only) "$topic"
format="format" (Alternative to above) "$topic"
 
separator=", " line separator "$n" (new line)
marker="selected" Text for $marker if the item matches selection "selected"
selection="TopicA, TopicB" Current value to be selected in list (none)
web="Name" Name of web Current web
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  • Example: %TOPICLIST{"   * $web.$name"}% creates a bullet list of all topics
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  • Example: %TOPICLIST{"   * $web.$topic"}% creates a bullet list of all topics
 
  • Example: %TOPICLIST{separator=", "}% creates a comma separated list of all topics
Changed:
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  • Example: %TOPICLIST{" <option>$name</option>"}% creates an option list (for drop down menus)
  • Example: <select>%TOPICLIST{" <option $marker value='$name'>$name</option>" separator=" " selection="%TOPIC%"}%</select> creates an option list of web topics with the current topic selected
  • Related: SEARCH, WEBLIST
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  • Example: %TOPICLIST{" <option>$topic</option>"}% creates an option list (for drop down menus)
  • Example: <select>%TOPICLIST{" <option $marker value='$topic'>$topic</option>" separator=" " selection="%TOPIC%"}%</select> creates an option list of web topics with the current topic selected
  • Related: SEARCH, WEBLIST
 

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META TOPICPARENT name="TWikiVariables"

TOPICLIST{"format"} -- topic index of a web

  • List of all topics in a web. The "format" defines the format of one topic item. It may include variables: The $name variable gets expanded to the topic name, $qname to double quoted name, $marker to marker parameter where topic matches selection, and $web to the name of the web.
  • Syntax: %TOPICLIST{"format" ...}%
  • Supported parameters:
    Parameter: Description: Default:
    "format" Format of one line, may include $web (name of web), $name (name of the topic), $qname (name of topic in double quotes), $marker (which expands to marker for the item matching selection only) "$name"
    format="format" (Alternative to above) "$name"
    separator=", " line separator "$n" (new line)
    marker="selected" Text for $marker if the item matches selection "selected"
    selection="TopicA, TopicB" Current value to be selected in list (none)
    web="Name" Name of web Current web
  • Example: %TOPICLIST{"   * $web.$name"}% creates a bullet list of all topics
  • Example: %TOPICLIST{separator=", "}% creates a comma separated list of all topics
  • Example: %TOPICLIST{" <option>$name</option>"}% creates an option list (for drop down menus)
  • Example: <select>%TOPICLIST{" <option $marker value='$name'>$name</option>" separator=" " selection="%TOPIC%"}%</select> creates an option list of web topics with the current topic selected
  • Related: SEARCH, WEBLIST
 
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