This is a talk page for improving WikiTrails.
. . . at any time, when one of these items is in view, the other can be instantly recalled merely by tapping a button below the corresponding code space. Moreover, when numerous items have been thus joined together to form a trail, they can be reviewed in turn, rapidly or slowly . . . . It is exactly as though the physical items had been gathered together to form a new book. It is more than this, for any item can be joined into numerous trails.
How can the trail be made to start at (or from) the "parent page"?
That is the first trail markup should be visible on the "parent page". In the example below the next and prev pages should show as (arbitrarily) the first and last pages on the trail (excluding any loop entry).
Why can I not get the Path WikiTrail ^|[[TrailIndexPage]]|^ to function as expected?
* [[Top Level Page]] * [[Level 2 Page]] * [[Level 3 Page]] * [[Level 4 Page]]
Level 4 Page WikiTrail code added:
The trail only ever displays
How can I modify the linkformat displayed using
In the bulletted list of links, use
Where can I change or remove the
This trail in the documentation is in the GroupFooter, and it is included as a section into the GroupHeader. You can edit these pages on your own wiki. See GroupHeaders and IncludeOtherPages for more information.
Why isn't simply the trail itself a
I think there is no good reason. Layout should be a issue of CSS and only CSS. These wrapping containers (without any CSS class and - in addition - with hard coded style attribute - uuhha) only make it hard to change a tails design.
It is wrapped in