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Great, thank you. Once you drag these link to your bookmark toolbar, you don't really need the recipe anymore. In fact, the easiest thing to do is to just visit a page on a site where this recipe is enabled, drag the links you want, and that's it. Until this recipe is enable on this page, you can visit the Bookmarklet page that Pm used to test this recipe. Pico August 16, 2006, at 11:42 PM:

You're welcome! Sure you can just copy the bookmarklet link, but if you reinstall your system and need to get your bookmarklet back it is good to have your own local copy on your wiki page. It is also good so that people can download any other custom bookmarklet you create.

This is great! How hard would it be to associate custom icons with the bookmarklet buttons? shi:

I think this would work if PMWiki lets you put a url onto a custom icon. It is basically a URL that contains up to 256 characters of javascript.

This is all very nifty, but you end up with pmwiki action buttons visible for all webpages. With Dynamic Page Actions you can display action links for logged in authorised editors, but hide them from site visitors who just browse. ~HansB

Dynamic Page Actions looks super nifty! Having the the "edit" link displayed can interfere with the display of other aspects of a webpage. The purpose of this recipe is to have the wiki look like an ordinary web page that does not have a login, and only developers, administrators, and people who can login will know about it. I can also make a "login" button.

I don't see the benefit here... doesn't this mean your bookmark toolbar is always cluttered up with pmwiki actionlinks even during regular browsing? Wouldn't it be better to set up a recipe that only turned on the action buttons if a user is logged in? tamouse May 31, 2011, at 10:17 PM

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