Difference between revisions of "Template:UseTOC/10.0"

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5.2|Install a Server|
5.2|Install a Server|
5.3|Convert a FreeBSD System to PC-BSD®|
5.3|Convert a FreeBSD System to PC-BSD®|
5.4|Using a Rolling Release|
5.4|Dual Booting|
5.5|Dual Booting|
5.5|Creating an Automated Installation with pc-sysinstall|
5.6|Creating an Automated Installation with pc-sysinstall|

Revision as of 12:44, 6 January 2014



NOTE: Translators should localize the following templates used:

This damn spiffy template enables a centralized Handbook Table of Contents which can be used in multiple ways. It calls an entirely automagical NavHeader template which uses the chronological relationship in the page names within the UseTOC template to choose the back and forward links. The same ordered list provides the Table Of Contents page links and provides for the flat_html page (although wiki page limits prevent this). It necessarily works within the versioned page system, which means that this template will need to be duplicated for each of the future versions.



{{UseTOC{{putVers}}|Nav}} invokes the NavHeader output similar to below:

But if the pages relating to the backward (left) or forward (right) icon/links are not yet defined by their translation, or if the page is not yet or no longer in the Table Of Contents then the result is as below:

(Sorry for the inconvenience)

Table Of Contents

{{UseTOC{{putVers}}|Toc}} invokes a formatted list of page links similar to below:
1. Introduction

1.1 Goals and Features
1.2 What's New in 10.0
1.3 PC-BSD® Releases
1.4 PC-BSD® for Linux Users


{{UseTOC{{putVers}}|flat}} causes the flat_html page output (but is limited by page size which makes it incomplete/broken in actual use).


How to insert new pages into the Table Of Contents