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The only issue I've found using the Standalone option is if you're
working with any additional scripts that require an absolute URL
path, or are integrating a hosted service that will only accept
requests from a specific domain name. Yes, you can specify
localhost as the path with any scripts, but you need to track down
and replace all of those references when you move to the live
If you want to develop the wiki on a live server and only need to
protect the actual content (not hide the design), you can
read-protect the entire wiki so visitors are greeted with a login
page. The hide the entire project, you can develop the site under
/pmwiki.php (or some random name for the script that no one should
guess, such as adz34f.php) and simply place an index.html parking
page in the directory that will load for visitors. Or do both.
When it comes time to go live, remove the read password, restore the
wiki name to pmwiki.php, and replace index.html with an index.php
file containing "<i><code class="escaped"><?php
On 20/02/2011 9:06 AM, Al Louis Ripskis wrote:
<blockquote cite="mid:4D611FDA.firstname.lastname@example.org" type="cite">I'm
brand new to the game and am in process of constructing a public
Where do I park it while it is in construction?
Since I don't want anyone to see it while it is incomplete, I'm
hesitant in putting on my Internet server.
Is it a good idea to use the Standalone option first, while it is
in progress, and when it is finished--then put it on my Web
If I should put it on the web server from the beginning, then how
do I block it's visibility, while I'm constructing it?
Would appreciate a step--by-step instruction, since I'm new to
Thanks a million,
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