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AvailableActions

Page actions are applied to wiki pages, as a query string appended to the URL. Security can be applied to all default actions, and script actions with one exception, but not diag actions, through the use of passwords.

Also documented are all other URL queries.

NOTE: All actions will be disabled if the following is set:

    $EnableActions = 0;
    include('pmwiki.php');

This will initialize PmWiki (along with any configuration/customizations that are being made, e.g. from local/config.php), but won't actually perform any actions. The caller can then call the desired action or other functions as desired. This is available from Version 2.2.0-beta22 on up.

PmWiki Actions

See also site page actions.

?action=attr
displays dialog for setting/changing password of the specified page or group of pages, see passwords, see also $EnablePostAttrClearSession if you do not want to have the session cleared after validating change General use of passwords and login

?action=browse
display the specified page (default action if no ?action= is present)

?action=crypt
displays a form for generating hashed passwords out of clear text for usage in your config.php

?action=diff
show a change history of the specified page, see page history History of previous edits to a page

?action=download&upname=file.ext
retrieve the page's attachment named file.ext, see $EnableDirectDownload

?action=edit
edit the specified page, see basic editing PmWiki's basic edit syntax

?action=login
prompt visitor for username/password, by default using Site.AuthForm

?action=logout
remove author, password, and login information

?action=print
display the specified page using the skin specified by $ActionSkin['print']

?action=refcount
bring up the reference count form, which allows the user to generate a list of links (all, missing, existing or orphaned) in or from specified groups. See Ref Count Link references counts on pages . Part of the core distribution but must be enabled by the administrator.

?action=search
displays searchbox on current page, see search Targeting and customising search results
?action=search&q=searchterm
performs search with searchterm and displays results on current page
?action=search&q=link=pagename
performs backlinks search with ''pagename' and displays results on current page

?action=source
show page source

?action=atom
?action=rdf
?action=rss
?action=dc
If web feeds are enabled, returns a syndication feed based on the contents of the page or other options provided by the url, see web feeds Web feed notification of changes

?action=upload
display a form to upload an attachment for the current group, see uploads Uploading and linking to attachments


Query string parameters

?from=page name
use when a page is redirected

?n=page name
display page

?setprefs=SomeGroup.CustomPreferences
sets cookie to custom preferences page. See site preferences Customisable browser setting preferences: Access keys, edit form

Actions enabled by $EnableDiag

The following actions are available only if you set $EnableDiag = 1; in your configuration file. They can be used for debugging and should not be set in a production environment.

?action=ruleset
displays a list of all markups in 3 columns:
  • column 1 = markup-name (1. parameter of markup() )
  • column 2 = when will rule apply (2. parameter of markup() )
  • column 3 = PmWiki's internal sort key (derived from #2)
(see Custom Markup Using the Markup() function for custom wiki syntax ).
To see more than what ?action=ruleset gives you, apply the Cookbook:MarkupRulesetDebugging recipe: it can also show the pattern and the replacement strings.
  • doesn't make use of PmWiki's authorization mechanisms.

?action=phpinfo
displays the output of phpinfo() and exits. no page will be processed
  • doesn't make use of PmWiki's authorization mechanisms.

?action=diag
displays a dump of all global vars and exits. no page will be processed
  • doesn't make use of PmWiki's authorization mechanisms.


Actions enabled by PmWiki Scripts

?action=analyze
see Site Analyzer and Analyze Results

?action=approvesites
see Url approvals Require approval of Url links
  • doesn't make use of PmWiki's authorization mechanisms.


Actions enabled by recipes

(more information about Custom Actions)

?action=admin
see Cookbook:UserAuth2 A user-based permission granting and authentication module
?action=backup
see Cookbook:BackupPages Automatically back up the wiki.d directory to a .zip file
?action=clearsky
see Cookbook:SearchCloud Creates a list of search terms used on a PmWiki site.
?action=comment
see Cookbook:CommentBox Adds a simple form to post comments
?action=comments
see Cookbook:Comments Comment addon - comments in separate files
?action=comment-rss
see Cookbook:CommentDb Comment recipe - with pagination and RSS feed
?action=convert
see Cookbook:ROEPatterns Replace On Edit
?action=converttable
Cookbook:ConvertTable Convert table action
?action=copy
see Cookbook:MovePage Move and copy wiki pages
?action=csv
see CSVAction Adds a ?action=csv capability to pmwiki to output tables as a CSV
?action=downloaddeleted
?action=delattach
?action=delattach
?action=deldelattach
?action=fileinfo
?action=thumbnail
?action=undelattach
Cookbook:Attachtable Actions to rename, delete & restore deleted attachments, as well as an attachlist replacement to use those actions, show file types and list attachment references.
?action=delete
see Cookbook:DeleteAction Use a separate password for deleting pages
?action=discuss
see Cookbook:DiscussionTab Provide a skin with a "discussion" tab and "article" tab, etc.
?action=downloadman
see Cookbook:DownloadManager How can I know how many times a file was downloaded from my wiki?
?action=expirediff
see Cookbook:ExpireDiff How to remove a page's history
?action=import
see Cookbook:ImportText Import text files as PmWiki pages
?action=move
see Cookbook:MovePage Move and copy wiki pages
?action=PageUrl
see Cookbook:CommentBoxPlus Simple styled form to post comments, plus comment counter
?action=pageindex
see Cookbook:ListCategories use categories as tags
?action=pdf
see Cookbook:GeneratePDF Generate PDF versions of pages (?action=pdf) or Cookbook:PmWiki2PDF Generate a PDF; back up all wiki pages in PDF format
?action=postupload2
see Cookbook:UploadForm Alternative file upload form using (:input file:)
?action=publish
see Cookbook:PublishPDF Typesets wiki page collections into PDF (finalist: New Zealand open source awards 2008)
?action=purgeqns
see Cookbook:ASCIIMath Display MathML rendered ascii formula into PmWiki 2.x pages
?action=pwchange
see Cookbook:UserAuth2 A user-based permission granting and authentication module
?action=imgtpl
(the imgtpl action is called automatically and should not be called by a link in a wiki page)
?action=createthumb
(the createthumb action is called automatically and should not be called by a link in a wiki page)
?action=mini
(this action is called automatically and should not be called by a link in a wiki page)
?action=purgethumbs
see Cookbook:ThumbList A thumbnail picture gallery for PmWiki
see Cookbook:Mini Simple, lightweight, un-bloated thumbnail and gallery generator
?action=recipecheck
see Cookbook:RecipeCheck Check for new versions of recipes on pmwiki.org
?action=regen
see Cookbook:PageRegenerate Make PmWiki regenerate a page, as if someone had done an edit+save sequence.
?action=rename
?action=links
see Cookbook:RenamePage Rename a wiki page from a browser
?action=share
?action=unshare
see Cookbook:SharedPages Share selected pages among several wikis on a common server, as in WikiFarms
?action=sitemapaddgroups
?action=sitemapupdate
see Cookbook:Sitemapper Adds a dynamically generated sitemap to PmWiki.
?action=totalcounter
see Cookbook:TotalCounter A statistic counter - counts page views, users, languages, browsers, operating systems, referers, locations and web bots
?action=trash
?action=untrash
see Cookbook:Trash "safely delete" pages so that they can be restored and listed with pagelists
?action=webadmin
see Cookbook:WebAdmin PHP file manager, works without ftp client
?action=zap
see Cookbook:ZAP The ZAP forms processor handles data and file management, page insertions (forums, blogs), email & newsletters, e-commerce, and more.


Query string parameters enabled by recipes

?color=colorscheme

:?setcolor=colorscheme

?skintheme=theme
?setskintheme=theme
see Cookbook:ChoiceColorChanger {Cookbook/ChoiceColorChanger $:Summary}
?skin=skinname
?setskin=skinname
see SkinChange change skin via query or cookie setting

Custom actions


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