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Steven HeynderickxSteven Heynderickx wrote on 10 Nov 2009 15:54

Originally suggested by pieterhpieterh on 16 October 2009.

This is a design sketch for the "default" page, which is a per-category customizable page which Wikidot will show when the user lands on a non-existent page.

The default page is called "category:_default". The default page for the default (empty) category is called "_default" (with no category name).

If no default page exists in a category, Wikidot shows the current message. If a default page exists, Wikidot shows that page instead. When the user edits or creates the page, they of course edit a blank page (or templated text), not the default page itself.

The default page allows:

  • The edit button, which acts to create the page.
  • The %%fullname%% and %%title%% symbols.

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