How can I easily use PmWiki to bookmark pages I find on the web?
addlink2.phpΔ is an improved version of the script, which asks the user for link-text before adding the link to the target page. If a link text is entered (into a java-script prompt-box), it will create a real link of the form
# Add links to the bottom instead of the top? SDV($EnableAddLinkToEnd,0); # What text should be added immediate before and after each new link? # The default is a newline before and after. SDV($AddLinkPrefixText,"\n"); SDV($AddLinkSuffixText,"\n");
Just incase you want new links to be prefixed with "**NEW!!!**", for instance. I was thinking about adding a feature for sending new links to a specific anchor if anyone is interested in that. Let me know. MikeShanley
PmWiki is an excellent tool for maintaining lists of links on the web, but there are too many steps (find the page, copy the URL of the page you wish to save, open the wiki page to edit, paste the URL into the wiki page, hit save).
With the addlink.php script, you can simply click on a link (bookmarked within your browser) to quickly add the URL of the currently viewed page into a wiki page.
2. Browse to the wiki page on which you would like to save links, and place the markup
4. Now, you can surf the web, and when you find something you want to save in the wiki page, click the bookmark page. You'll instantly be transported to the wiki page with the
See discussion at AddLinkBookmarklet-Talk