Learn about DokuWiki
Learn about DokuWiki
Compatible with DokuWiki
After the plugin is installed, a simple code redirects to another page:
You can also use this syntax since 20120816 version, however this needs to be only thing on the line:
#REDIRECT namespace:page #redirect namespace:page
I've created git repo of this plugin, as I saw lack of interest by original author to adopting the patches.
— glen 2012/06/11 21:19
Please report bugs or feature requests at the Bug tracker.
I had a problem with this plugin. One of pages was using it to redirect user to other page (A → B), but later I decided to “switch” pages and make the redirection work in the other direction: B → A. I removed redirection line from page A and added text onto this page; then removed text from site B and added a redirection line. All I get was a loop redirection (stopped after 5 redirections). Disabling and enabling or even reinstalling the plugin did not help…
Anyone solved this?
Solution: Open the redirect page you want to edit with the parameter “?redirect=no” in the URL and you will get the page without getting redirected. — Markus Frosch 2008/08/06 10:17 Actually add “&redirect=no” since previous var is a page name —lj 2013/07/29
Maybe an idea to lift this one from devel status so that it can be added to http://wikimatrix.org ? I just can't stand the idea that it is not available in DokuWiki
If you redirect something it keeps redirecting even if you uninstall and reinstall a fresh plugin….does anyone know where the heck this data is stored so I can go in and change it.Did you try ~~NOCACHE~~ on the redirected page?
For me the notice that I was redirected didn't display on the page. It's cause by the session not being started. The solution is to add
session_start(); just underneath
require_once(DOKU_PLUGIN.'action.php'); and comment out the other line that says
session_start(); just above
$_SESSION[DOKU_COOKIE]['redirect'] = $ID; — Ryan McCue
The code you append to the URL to stop the redirect is “&redirect=no”. -tjones
It says for build-2: “Optional text to tell the user he has been redirected.” Where is this described? I found no hints anywhere?! Bernd, April 16, 2008, 14:19
Is there a way to make the “Index” page exclude redirects? Thanks, – Matthew Pietz, 2008-07-22 14:17:23
This plugin sends my webserver into an infinite loop when I try to access (or even link to) a page with a redirect on it while useheading is enabled.
Please correct your CSS.
The following lines are not valid:
-moz-border-radius: 10px; -khtml-border-radius: 10px; border-radius: 10px;
— flam 2011/01/05 12:13
border-radius: …is valid CSS3. All of the others are nonstandard vendor extensions. ~~~~