refers to Codeberg/Community#508
> knuts wiki
> Although it is possible to initially create the sidebar using the web ui, you need to use a local Git client to edit it afterwards.
I don't think this is accurate. You can edit it at https://codeberg.org/user/repo/wiki/_Sidebar.
Thanks for the hint, i wasn't aware of that.
It's kinda unintuitive cause you can't navigate to the file via the pages dropdown. You need to manually enter the correct URI in your browser.
Might be worth an issue upstream to add a small "edit sidebar" button somewhere.
Thanks for the update. While i'm at it i'll add the footer thing too.
Very basic example for a sidebar:
Looking at the example @n mentioned, it's possible to use [[Home]] when the link should be called like the file? Would be cool to document as much as possible :-)
> In contrast to embedding external images, images in Git are only rendered after saving the wiki or markdown file changes.
## Adding a sidebar and a footer
The enhance to useability of your wiki you can add a custom sidebar and a footer that are shown on every page. The sidebar will be displayed to the right of the main content and the footer below.
The enhance to useability --> To enhance the usability
The enhance to useability
To enhance the usability
Not fixed yet. Full diff is not only "usablity", but also swapping "the" & "to"
The enable the sidebar, just add a filed named `_Sidebar.md` to your wiki. For a footer the file must be named `_Footer.md`.
The enable --> To enable
> To edit these special files in the Web UI you need to manually browse to the files, e.g. for our user *knut* and his *foobar* repo:
You can drop the backslash before Sidebar here. Also automatic markdown links on the website aren't enabled.
No due date set.
This pull request currently doesn't have any dependencies.
Deleting a branch is permanent. It CANNOT be undone. Continue?