[pmwiki-users] Curious behavior
wordz2u at gmail.com
Sun Feb 3 07:30:16 CST 2008
1. All the header had was the include statement, therefore nothing was
2. I thought I would be smart, create a single header page, put it in a
separate group from the ones that I let people read, then include it in each
active groups. This way I could work on the one page, and all the changes
would be immediately visible in all the groups.
3. Actually, the page was not read protected - I cleared the read password
in the page first thing when I saw the problem - but the group the page was
in was protected. Maybe that was the problem. I want to keep the group read
protected so I can edit new pages and try thins without giving everyone
access to it.
But yes, if I can take a read protected page and have it displayed when I
include it in a non-protected page, I can use my current scheme. Otherwise,
I guess I can create another group just for header and footers, and let it
On Feb 2, 2008 6:26 PM, Hans <design5 at softflow.co.uk> wrote:
> Saturday, February 2, 2008, 8:50:34 PM, Steven Benmosh wrote:
> > I included the read protected page in GroupHeader in a group that is NOT
> > read protected. GroupHeader is not read protected either. I expected to
> > able to see the header on the new group, but it turns out that I can
> > see it if I enter the password. When I used action=logout, the header
> > disappeared.
> > Is that how it should be? What is a solution you would recommend (other
> > making the group readable, of course, which would work but is not the
> > idea...).
> I would think you would see content of the GroupHeader page,
> but not the included page content from the read protected page.
> That is the behaviour to be expected.
> You asking for a solution, but to which problem?
> Are you wanting a read protected page to loose its protection when it
> gets included in another page?
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