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GabrysGabrys wrote on 28 Mar 2010 12:30

Related wish

A cookie to allow the reader to set himself the perPage value

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How to do this:

ListPages improvement:

allow perPage="@COOKIE{name}", for example:

[[module ListPages perPage="@COOKIE{per-page}|20"]]


SetCookies module

[[module SetCookies]]
    name: "Posts per page: "
      10: 10
      20: 20
      50: 50
      100: 100

This would displays a form (the syntax equals to normal data form syntax) that sets cookies (and not page properties).

Cookie name would be field name prefixed with some fixed string, so that admins can't alter functional Wikidot cookies.

Current cookie value would be the value selected in the form.

You can use the cookie value wherever @COOKIE{cookie-name} is supported (at least in perPage ListPages attribute).

Cookie is valid for given domain only (not passed from/to custom domains or * domain) for a predefined (long) duration. Cookie is set per-browser, not per-user. This makes it working for anonymous users, but is not perfect for Wikidot users.

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IfCookie By leiger 3 Comments 06 Apr 2010 06:44
This is browser-dependent, and not user-dependent By leiger 1 Comments 28 Mar 2010 12:54
Page variables By leiger 2 Comments 28 Mar 2010 12:47

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