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This page contains "templates" for PmWiki's (:pagelist:) directive.

Brief Syntax Explanation:

See also: PageLists, Page Variables, Conditional Markup, Cookbook:PagelistTemplateSamples

Use with page variables:

   =   current item
   <   previous item
   >   next item

Conditionals used to structure pagelist output:

   (:if equal {<$Group}:)               At beginning of list
   (:if equal {>$Group}:)               At end of list
   (:if ! equal {=$Group} {<$Group}:)   First item in group
   (:if ! equal {=$Group} {>$Group}:)   Last item in group


fmt=#default

The default template for pagelists when fmt= isn't specified.

[[#default]]
(:if ! equal {=$Group} {<$Group}:)

:[[{=$Group}]] /:
(:if:)
: :[[{=$Group}/{=$Name}]]
[[#defaultend]]


fmt=#bygroup

Display pages by group/name.

[[#bygroup]]
(:if ! equal {=$Group} {<$Group}:)

:[[{=$Group}]] /:
(:if:)
: :[[{=$Group}/{=$Name}]]
[[#bygroupend]]


fmt=#simple

A simple bullet list of page names.

[[#simple]]
* [[{=$FullName}]]
[[#simpleend]]


fmt=#title

A simple bullet list of page titles. Use order=title to have them sorted by title (the default sort is by name).

[[#title]]
* [[{=$FullName}|+]]
[[#titleend]]


fmt=#group

A bullet list of groups.

[[#group]]
(:if ! equal {=$Group} {<$Group}:)
* [[{=$Group}]]
[[#groupend]]


fmt=#include

Concatenate the text of pages in the list. (Note, this can be an expensive operation!)

[[#include]]
(:include {=$FullName} self=0:)
[[#includeend]]


fmt=#includefaq

Include just the #faq sections from pages in the list. (This can also be expensive, especially if the list includes pages that don't have the [[#faq]] anchor!)

[[#includefaq]]
!![[{=$FullName}|+]]
>>faq<<
(:include {=$FullName}#faq#faqend self=0:)
>><<
[[#includefaqend]]

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