Tip of the Week #4: More Plugins

Last week, we took an indepth look at the new plugins used by the Point-and-Click editor and how you could incorporate that same functionality if you wanted to stick with the WikiStyle editor. We saw that by adapting the code that was generated by the Point-and-Click editor, we could borrow many of the available plugins.Continue reading “Tip of the Week #4: More Plugins”

Tip of the Week #3: Plugins for your "classic" WikiStyle wiki

PBwiki has now unveiled the new Point-And-Click editor, and it’s coming along nicely. Although there are still a few formatting snags, I have yet to see a web-based rich-text editor not go through a few growing pains (I’m still mad enough at WordPress’s editor for eating up my code last time that I wrote thisContinue reading “Tip of the Week #3: Plugins for your "classic" WikiStyle wiki”

Tip of the Week #2: Wikilet Tips from the Masters!

Addition: 9:44pm, January 9, 2007 I address some of the changes to the wikilets below (click here). Wikilets, or PBwiki pages embedded in other webpages (PBwiki or otherwise), have been around for a while, and although the feature has yet to go past the “alphaâ€? phase, it’s become a pretty ingrained part of PBwiki editing.Continue reading “Tip of the Week #2: Wikilet Tips from the Masters!”

Tip of the Week #1: Five Ways to Manage Your Wiki Better

(This is it folks, the inaugural edition of my PBwiki Tip of the Week. Most people know me better as “vietmusic” of the PBwiki Forums, where I offer advice on WikiStyle syntax, CSS, Javascript, and how to pick up hot dates. After today, expect regular updates every Monday!) Wikis are about collaboration, which doesn’t workContinue reading “Tip of the Week #1: Five Ways to Manage Your Wiki Better”