TitleSeparator parameter not accepting WikiMarkup
Date05-Feb-2005 00:08:41 EET
Version2.1.144-alpha
Submitter63.96.6.42
Bug criticalityLightBug
Browser versionFF 1.0, IE6, Opera 7.54
Bug statusClosedBug
PageProvider usedVersioningFileProvider
Servlet ContainerTomcat 5.0.27
Operating SystemWindows XP, 2000
URLhttp://www.jspwiki.org/Wiki.jsp?page=ReferringPagesPlugin
Java version1.4.2_06

When using the Referring Pages Plugin, documentation states that the separator=<markup>, however putting a *, # or even ---- does not work.

Ideally, when using a list item for the separator, it would be nice if JSPWiki closed the tag as well to remain standards compliant. This would mean the call to the plugin itself would need to be preceeded by whatever list separator is used as well.

Actually the page break (----) does work, what does not work is the list types. The idea was to allow a comma delimited list or entries on their own lines (use \\\\)
How do I know when to put the delimiter in the front? If I make it a comma then my list looks like:
,First,Second,Third

Oops. The idea was that you should be able to say [{ReferringPagesPlugin separator='
n*'}], but it does not seem to work. I'll investigate.

----
is not a page break, it's a horizontal ruler.

-- JanneJalkanen

Fixed in v2.1.152 -- AbstractReferralPlugin now also supports the separator parameters "before" and "after". Any of the plugins that use this(like the Referring Pages Plugin) give you extra control over the formatting.

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