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Features / Usability


Long wiki page with every section being its own page

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Hi folks,

I'm new to tikiwiki and to wiki writing in general. I'm writing a page about skills in a tabletop role playing game. https://pf2.d20pfsrd.com/feat/ is a good example.

I'd like each skill to be its own page (e.g. "Negotiation") but also show up alphabetically on the master "Skills" page and on the corresponding skill subtype page (e.g "Social Skills"). Both the master "Skills" page and the subtype pages would begin with an introductory paragraph, then an alphabetical table or list, and then the appropriate skill pages appended alphabetically.

So far, I've been writing the skills directly into the wiki in one long page. But, if I want subtypes, this is a bad idea. I was planning on breaking up the page into separate skills and using categories for the skill subtypes. But, perhaps I should be using a tracker?

I'd be grateful for your advice,
-d.vyd

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{QUOTE(thread_id=>76460)}I'm not 100% on your use case...you can use the INCLUDE plugin.

Thanks Rick. I'm glad I now know about INCLUDE and expect it will be useful. For this case though, it looks like INCLUDE requires manually listing all the included pages in the proper order. I'd prefer something a bit more automated since there are so many of them. I'll continue look into other options, including trackers.

-d.vyd