The wikipublisher skin template uses a css-based text logo rather than an image to designate the site’s home page. If an administrator has a statement in the local/config.php file to point to an image logo while using the wikipublisher skin, a browser will display the address of the image, rather than the image itself. By default, wikipublisher sets:
In contrast, the default PmWiki skin sets
Using PmWiki’s default value with the wikipublisher skin will not work correctly. It is the most common problem with new wikipublisher installations. To avoid this, start with the sample-wp-config.php file included in the wikipublisher distribution. This sets a suitable default value for the skin logo. An administrator can of course use a different skin, with either a text or graphic logo, if preferred.
Wikipublisher aims to place a pdf icon on a wiki page in a way that will work correctly with a range of skins. To display a pdf icon on every wiki page in PmWiki’s browse mode, wikipublisher adds the variable $PageTypesetFmt to PmWiki’s $HandleBrowseFmt variable, between $PageStartFmt and
An administrator may over-ride the default pdf icon placement as follows:
<p class=‘myclass’> <a href=‘$PageUrl?action=print&ptype=print&format=makepdf’> <img src=‘
If an administrator disables the pdf icon by default, an author can create a typeset this page link by writing:
Alternatively, use the following typesetting directive: