(:include:) directive makes it possible to insert the contents of other pages into the current wiki page. All of the include directives below perform a straight text inclusion. In particular, any page links in the included text are assumed to link to pages in the current group if not otherwise qualified.
[[#to]]anchors. If "to" is omitted (second example), then all of the lines after
[[#from]]are included (and vice-versa if "from" is omitted). In the last example, include everything between
[[#from]]and the next anchor.
Note: do not put whitespace between "#from" "#to"
(:include PageName lines=10:)
(:include PageName lines=5..10:)
(:include PageName lines=5..:)
(:include Page1 Page2 Page3 lines=1..5:)
By default, Included pages or lines cannot be distinguished from other text on the page. To provide a visual indication that this text is special, you can apply WikiStyles. For example:
%define=leftborder border-left="2px solid #88f" margin-left="2px" padding="1px 0 3px 10px"% What is PmWiki? >>leftborder<< (:include PmWiki.PmWiki lines=1..4:) >><< ''Have a very nice day!''
What is Pm Wiki?
Have a very nice day!
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