On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 6:08 AM, Lukas Renggli <renggli(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Then I had a thought: the most powerful, and oft forgotten
> Ward Cunningham's original wiki, was the ability to click on the title
> of a page, and get all of the referring pages.
> is this of interest?
There has always been the PRReferencesWidget that shows a list of all
There is also the Pier-Randomizer Package that displays a random
child, prominently used on the frontpage of seaside.st.
Only recently the whole story of the value-links started as a
lightweight and secure way to script your sites.
Thanks for pointing out this missing functionality in the context of
value-links. I added it as +value:incoming+ and +value:outgoing+ with
the latest commit.
I think I need something like this. I am building a tourism webpage and as
you may imagine, I have lots of pictures. I want to have several random
slide shows. For example: The user first wants to select a zone (suppose a
continent). There I want to put a slideshow of photos from that zone. Than,
he selects a zone and the provinces (suppose countries) are displayed. I
want to put a slideshow with photos of that province. And finally he can
select a particular city. There I want a slideshow of that city.
So, for each photo I must tell it the zone, province and city. But, which
can be the best approach to do this ?
Thanks in advance for the help.
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