Guys, I have to set up a company wiki, which is completely structured from top to bottom. So I noticed a very annoying thing about tiki.
Currently if you want to create a page, that is destined to be part of a structure, you have to create it using the navigation bar and set the option "as child".
But what if a user creates a new page from within a structred wiki page? I.E. If he simply sets up a new link to an non existing site. The new page is created as an orphan which is definitely a "no go" for a completely structured wiki. Pages like this have to be manually assigned to a structure by the admin.
So I request an option, that forces pages created from within a page in a structure to be automatically part of the same structure.
I guess even in pages like doc.tw.org this would be very helpful.
This way you may restrict somehow who can access (view, edit) certain structures (and all their current and new pages) and who can't (by exclusion)
Moreover, on a group basis, you can define the category to be assigned to new objects created by users with that group as default.
This is working fine for me (so far) in Tiki 3.1. Can you try if this solves (as a workaround) your problem?On the other hand, what you say seems to me that it wouldn't easily allow users to decide whether new pages have to be in the structure or not (just by the new link with double parenthesis... or it should be coded to make it very easy to avoid confusion... (personal opinion: I'm not a coder, though)
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