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AcMenu provides an accordion menu which lists the content of namespaces in a tree-like format. The tree is built starting from the namespace where the AcMenu's syntax lives till the very end namespace.
In the sidebar page, use the syntax:
Just some screenshots to give you an overall idea of the final result.
Suppose you want to create a sub-wiki in your main one, independent from it, as follows:
+--sidebar.txt +--start.txt +--products | +--start.txt | +--product_a.txt +--services | +--start.txt | +--service_a.txt +--branch +--sidebar.txt +--start.txt +--private | +--start.txt | +--confidential.txt +--products | +--start.txt | +--product_b.txt +--services +--start.txt +--service_b.txt
Than you can populate each
sidebar.txt in the following manner:
[[..:start| Go Back]] <acmenu>
Go Backlink is made according to the namespaces criterion.
When a visitor is in
:start.txt, the plugin shows the complete namespace tree collapsed except the namespace in which the
If the visitor decides to open the sub-wiki
:branch, the AcMenu plugin shows only its sidebar.
To deny the access to certain namespaces or pages, the appropriate rule in the ACL management must be set. In addition, it's possible to conceal those namespaces for which the visitor has no permission setting up the sneaky_index option in your Configuration Manager.
Furthermore it's possible to hide all
sidebar.txt pages using the hidepages option in your Configuration Manager:
The following image is the behaviour of the AcMenu plugin from the perspective of a user registered.
:start.txt every namespaces untoggled will remain so.
The order in which the directory tree is presented is the following:
- first, folders from
- then, files from
This means that, if the option useheading is enabled, it's possible to force the order of files using a progressive numeration in the first heading of each file.
Note also that the startpage is intentionally always kept on top of its menu and it's never renamed with its first heading, in order to provide a visual reference for the navigation.
Symptom: AcMenu doesn't show/hide namespace's content.
Symptom: AcMenu doesn't keep untoggled any namepsace after have opened any link.
Possible solution: be sure that cookies are enabled in your browser, otherwise AcMenu forgets the namespaces untoggled whenever a page is loaded.
Known Bugs and Issues
Please, use the relative bug tracker or write here and then I will move there.
— Torpedo 2017-03-09 16:32