The first step to create a new page is to edit an existing page and add a link to the page you want to create.
[[my new page]]will create a link to my new page?. There’s a lot you can do with double bracket links.
You can see that the links to my new page? all have question marks after them. That’s because my new page? hasn’t been written yet. Clicking the link as second step will take you to an edit form where you could write and finally save the new page.
Another way to create a page: in your browser’s address bar (where the page URL is), replace the name of the current page with the name of the page you wish to create, and hit Enter or do whatever you would normally do to go to a new location. PmWiki will then dutifully tell you that the page you entered doesn’t exist, but you can click on the “Edit” link in order to create, edit, and save the new page.
The drawback to this method is that there are no links to your new page, so you’re the only person who knows it exists. It will be an orphan, unread, unlinked, unloved. That’s why adding a link to an existing page or to the SideBar is a better way to create a page.
- You can also organize related pages into groups, and link between pages in different groups.
You can use a recipe to create new pages
and to create new pages from templates
Q How do I create a new page?
[[my new page]] will create a link to the new page. There’s a lot you can do with double bracket links.
Q Why do some new pages have a title with spaces like “Creating New Pages” and others end up with a Wiki Word-like title like “Creating New Pages”?
The default page title is simply the name of page, which is normally stored as “Creating New Pages.” However, you can override a page’s title by using the
(:title Creating New Pages:) directive. This is especially useful when there are special characters or capitalization that you want in the title that cannot be used in the page name.