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Re^4: A Lost Monk's Rogation

by demerphq (Chancellor)
on Mar 20, 2005 at 17:14 UTC ( #441033=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^3: A Lost Monk's Rogation
in thread A Lost Monk's Rogation

If you view Recently Active Threads Faqlet you should see a link in your Sitedocclan Nodelet that says "View Sitedoclet", which will bring you to the sitedoclet for the page. This applies to any superdoc that has a corresponding sitedoclet. I think there are three so far. Likewise when you are viewing a sitedoclet you should see a link for its superdoc appear in your SDC nodelet.

This is new stuff so dont feel bad for not noticing it earlier. OTOH, you should probably have a look at the SDC wiki for details on how sitedoclets work.


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Re^5: A Lost Monk's Rogation
by mdillon (Priest) on Mar 21, 2005 at 00:37 UTC
    I am a member of SDC, so I just assumed it worked as it did back in the day when I last edited the old FAQ section (probably 2 or 3 years ago). That is, I expected nodes I could edit to look like a regular editable node.

    Thanks for the updated information. For what it's worth, I don't even have the SiteDocClan nodelet turned on, nor have I ever heard that there *is* a wiki for SDC, that's how long it's been.

      Well, just to explain a little: the nodes you are thinking of are sitefaqlets which you can edit directly. However there was a need to provide a way for SDC to be able to update the text that would be displayed in superdocs so the sitedoclet was invented for that purpose. Basically its a special type of template that PMDEV can set up for superdocs so that SDC can manage the text without require patches to be applied. Since the FAQ for the RAT needs to be able to output HTML that would normally be scrubbed it has to be a superdoc, but I wanted SDC to be able to edit it so the main content is in a sitedoclet.

      Anyway, welcome back. :-)


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