00651: New directive for making the wiki page be displayed without any "extras"
Description: Sometimes I'd like a page with only the wiki text, i.e. no headers, sidebars and whatnot. Right now there are Page Directives for:
(:notitle:) (:noaction:) (:noleft:) (:noheader:) (:nofooter:) (:nogroupheader:) (:nogroupfooter:)
(:noaction:) could be a useful new markup to supress displaying the action links at the top/bottom of a page. In core
(:notitle:) would be useful to supress displaying the title. In core
Finally, it might be worthwhile to have a directive that at once gives you a "clean" page without any sidebar etc. The problem here is coming up with a good name... below are some suggestions:
(:fullpage:) (:fullscreen:) (:fullwindow:) (:pageonly:) (:plainpage:) (:cleanpage:) (:no<something>:)
And this clean page should IMO include the title: page content and title. ~HansB
It does seem useful to stay with the (:no...:), but it's difficult to come up with a good word there. Here are some suggestions:
(:noextras:) (:nopageextras:) (:nowikiextras:)
Darn.. it's difficult coming up with a good alternative here.