by pieterh on 21 Jul 2009 13:31

Today, no rant, but a shout-out to a group of guys who are building mini applications using Wikidot. David Marseilles, Helmuti_pdorf does not match any existing user name, and James Kanjo have created a poll app using what I can only describe as an inspired combination of CSS, Wikidot, and… JavaScript? I don't even want to know how this works, but wow!


by pieterh on 19 Jul 2009 11:40

Have you ever found it annoying how there are two different syntaxes for links: [[[category:some-page | link text]]] and [http://somewiki.wikidot.com/category:some-page link text]?


by pieterh on 18 Jul 2009 16:48

tsangk has written a short piece on hiding the toolbars using GreaseMonkey.


by pieterh on 18 Jul 2009 13:19

A few minutes ago, dennyhalim asked: "where should we post feature request? Is anything here ever considered…"


by pieterh on 17 Jul 2009 09:32

Two Three changes regarding the toolbars:


by pieterh on 17 Jul 2009 07:45

Ed Johnson, James Kanjo and several other people have written to me to point out that it's trivial to hide the toolbars with CSS. As Ed explains,


by pieterh on 16 Jul 2009 14:20

Some people have asked how we choose which sites to display on that annoying but actually very useful bottom toolbar. If you want to know how useful, go to your web statistics and check traffic over the last day. You'll see a hundred or so extra visitors each day.