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ACTIVATEDPLUGINS -- list of currently activated plugins

ADDTOHEAD -- add HTML to the HTML head section of the current page

  • Useful for TWiki applications to add custom CSS or JavaScript to the HTML head section of a topic. Supplied TWiki variables will be expanded. %ADDTOHEAD{}% expands in-place to an empty string, unless there is an error in which case the variable expands to an error string.
  • Syntax: %ADDTOHEAD{ "..." text="..." }%
  • Supported parameters:
    Parameter: Description: Comment:
    "..." ID of the head block, such as "MY_CSS" Optional but recommended
    text="..." HTML text to add to the head section Mutually exclusive with topic=""
    topic="Web.TopicName" Name of topic that contains the full HTML text to add to the head section, such as topic="Main.MyCssTopic" Mutually exclusive with text=""
    section="name" If topic parameter is used, includes only the specified named section, as defined in the topic by the STARTSECTION and ENDSECTION variables. Nothing is shown if the named section does not exists. section="" is equivalent to not specifying a section Optional
    requires="..., ..." Comma-separated list of other IDs this one depends on Optional
  • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, DevelopmentVariables
  • Example: %ADDTOHEAD{ "MYBOX_CSS" text="<style type=\"text/css\"> .myBox { height: 22px; background-color: #AFB3C5; } </style>" }% (this topic)

ALLVARIABLES -- list of currently defined TWikiVariables

AQUA -- start aqua colored text

ATTACHURL -- full URL for attachments in the current topic

ATTACHURLPATH -- path of the attachment URL of the current topic

AUTHREALM -- authentication realm

BASETOPIC -- base topic where an INCLUDE started

  • The name of the topic where a single or nested INCLUDE started - same as %TOPIC% if there is no INCLUDE.
  • Syntax: %BASETOPIC%
  • Example: If topic A includes B, and B includes C, then a %BASETOPIC% in topic C is reported as A when looking at topic A, B when looking at topic B, and C when looking at topic C itself.
  • Category: SystemInformationVariables
  • Related: BASEWEB, INCLUDINGTOPIC, INCLUDE, TOPIC (this topic)

BASEWEB -- base web where an INCLUDE started

  • The web name where the includes started, e.g. the web of the first topic of nested includes. Same as %WEB% in case there is no include.
  • Syntax: %BASEWEB%
  • Syntax: %BASEWEB{format="..."}% -- see WEB for format documentation
  • Example: If topic A includes B, and B includes C, then a %BASEWEB% in topic C is reported as the web of topic A when looking at topic A, the web of topic B when looking at topic B, and the web of topic C when looking at topic C itself.
  • Category: SystemInformationVariables
  • Related: BASETOPIC, INCLUDINGWEB, INCLUDE, WEB (this topic)

BB -- bullet with line break

BB2 -- level 2 bullet with line break

BB3 -- level 3 bullet with line break

BB4 -- level 4 bullet with line break

BLACK -- start black colored text

BLUE -- start blue colored text

BR -- line break

BROWN -- start brown colored text

BUBBLESIG -- show bubble box and user signature with profile picture icon

  • Syntax: %BUBBLESIG{WikiName}% or %BUBBLESIG{WikiName - YYYY-MM-DD}%
  • The parameter can be either just the WikiName of a user, or by convention the WikiName followed by a dash and the date
  • Example:
    -- %BUBBLESIG{TWikiGuest - 2017-09-22}%
  • Expands to:
    -- TWiki Guest - 2017-09-22
  • Category: EditingAndContentUpdateVariables, FormattingAndRenderingVariables, UsersAndAuthenticationVariables
  • Related: USERREPORT, USERSIG, UserList, UserReports (this topic)

BULLET -- bullet sign

CALC{"formula"} -- add spreadsheet calculations to tables

  • The %CALC{formula}% variable is handled by the SpreadSheetPlugin. Over 100 functions are available, such as $ABS(), $EXACT(), $EXISTS(), $GET()/$SET(), $IF(), $LOG(), $LOWER(), $PERCENTILE(), $TIME(), $VALUE().
  • Syntax: %CALC{formula}%
  • Examples:
    • %CALC{$SUM($ABOVE())}% returns the sum of all cells above the current cell
    • %CALC{$EXISTS(Web.SomeTopic)}% returns 1 if the topic exists
    • %CALC{$UPPER(Collaboration)}% returns COLLABORATION
  • Note: The CALC variable is handled with delay compared to other TWiki variables. You may get unexpected results if you nest CALC inside other variables (such as %INCLUDE{%CALC{...}%}%) because it does not get evaluated inside-out & left-to-right like ordinary TWiki variables. Use CALCULATE if you nest variables.
  • Category: DevelopmentVariables, TablesAndSpreadsheetsVariables
  • Related: CALCULATE, IF, IfStatements, SpreadSheetPlugin (this topic)

CALCULATE{"formula"} -- handle spreadsheet calculations outside tables

  • The %CALCULATE{formula}% variable is handled by the SpreadSheetPlugin. Over 100 functions are available, such as $ABS(), $EXACT(), $EXISTS(), $GET()/$SET(), $IF(), $LOG(), $LOWER(), $PERCENTILE(), $TIME(), $VALUE().
  • Syntax: %CALC{formula}%
  • Examples:
    • %CALC{$EXISTS(Web.SomeTopic)}% returns 1 if the topic exists
    • %CALC{$UPPER(Collaboration)}% returns COLLABORATION
  • Note: The CALCULATE variable is handled inside-out & left-to-right like ordinary TWiki variables, but it does not support functions that refer to table cells, such as $LEFT() or $T(). Use CALC instead.
  • Category: DevelopmentVariables, TablesAndSpreadsheetsVariables
  • Related: CALC, IF, IfStatements, SpreadSheetPlugin (this topic)

CARET -- caret symbol

CODE{"language"} -- highlight source code fragments for many languages

  • The %CODE{}% and %ENDCODE% variables are handled by the SyntaxHighlightingPlugin.
  • Syntax: %CODE{"language"}% ...code... %ENDCODE%
  • Parameters:
    Parameter Description Default
    "..." or
    lang="..."
    Source language. Supported languages: ada, asm, awk, bash, changelog, cpp, csh, c, delphi, diffs, diff, diffu, dylan, eiffel, elisp, Name:, forth, fortran_pp, fortran, haskell, html, icon, idl, inf, javascript, java, ksh, lua, m4, mail, makefile, matlab, nroff, oberon2, objc, outline, oz, pascal, perl, php, postscript, pyrex, python, rfc, ruby, scheme, sh, skill, Smalltalk, sml, sql, states, synopsys, tcl, tcsh, tex, vba, verilog, vhdl, vrml, wmlscript, zsh (none, required)
    num="..." Show line numbers next to the source code. An integer indicates the start number. Also "on" and "off" "off"
    step="..." Increment line numbers with the given step. Negative numbers will decrement. "1"
    style="..." Style of box around the source code light gray box
    numstyle="..." Style of line number column light brown box
  • Example:                   • Expands to:
    <sticky>
    %CODE{"cpp" num="on"}%
    void foo() {
      print("Do stuff.\n");
    }
    %ENDCODE%
    </sticky>
     
        1void foo() {
        2     print("Do stuff.\n");
        3   } 

    COLORPICKER{} -- color picker for use in HTML forms for TWiki applications

    COMMENT{ attributes } -- insert an edit box into the topic to easily add comments.

    • A %COMMENT% without parameters shows a simple text box.
    • A %COMMENT{}% can handle the following parameters:
      Parameter Description Default
      type This is the name of the template to use for this comment. Comment templates are defined in a TWiki template - see customization. If this attribute is not defined, the type is whatever is defined by COMMENTPLUGIN_DEFAULT_TYPE, either in this topic or in your WebPreferences. "below"
      default Default text to put into the textarea of the prompt.  
      target Name of the topic to add the comment to the current topic
      location Regular expression specifying the comment location in the target topic. Read carefully the CommentPlugin documentation!  
      mode For compatibility with older versions only, synonymous with type  
      nonotify Set to "on" to disable change notification for target topics "off"
      noform Set to "on" to disable the automatic form that encloses your comment block - remember to insert <form> tags yourself! See CommentPluginExamples#noform for an example. "off"
      nopost Set to "on" to disable insertion of the posted text into the topic. "off"
      remove Set to "on" to remove the comment prompt after the first time it is clicked. "off"
      button Button label text "Add comment"
      emailto Send comment by email. Use comma "," to seperate multiple email addresses. This feature is disabled by default. To enable this feature, please set up "$TWiki::cfg{Plugins}{CommentPlugin}{EmailEnabled} = 1;".  

    CONTENTMODE{web="WEB"} -- content mode

    DASHBOARD -- build a dashboard with banner and boxes

    DATE -- signature format date

    DATEPICKER{} -- pop-up calendar to select a date for use in HTML forms

    • The %DATEPICKER{}% variable is handled by the DatePickerPlugin.
    • Syntax: %DATEPICKER{ name="..." value="..." }%
    • Parameters:
      Parameter Description Default Example
      name Name of input field.
      φ: No output is shown if the name parameter is missing, but the CSS and Javascript are loaded.
      (requiredφ) name="Start"
      value Initial date value. "" (today) value="2012-12-31"
      format Format of resulting date value.
      %a - abbreviated weekday name
      %A - full weekday name
      %b - abbreviated month name
      %B - full month name
      %C - century number
      %d - the day of the month (00 ... 31)
      %e - the day of the month (0 ... 31)
      %H - hour (00 ... 23)
      %I - hour (01 ... 12)
      %j - day of the year ( 000 ... 366)
      %k - hour (0 ... 23)
      %l - hour (1 ... 12)
      %m - month (01 ... 12)
      %M - minute (00 ... 59)
      %n - a newline character
      %p - "PM" or "AM"
      %P - "pm" or "am"
      %S - second (00 ... 59)
      %s - number of seconds since Epoch (since Jan 01 1970 00:00:00 UTC)
      %t - a tab character
      %U, %W, %V - the week number. The week 01 is the week that has the Thursday in the current year, which is equivalent to the week that contains the fourth day of January. Weeks start on Monday.
      %u - the day of the week (1 ... 7, 1 = MON)
      %w - the day of the week (0 ... 6, 0 = SUN)
      %y - year without the century (00 ... 99)
      %Y - year including the century (ex. 2012)
      %% - a literal % character
      "%Y-%m-%d" format="%e %b %Y"
      id ID of input field, optional. "id_" + name id="idStart"
      size Size of input field, in number of characters. (calculated as needed) size="12"
      class CSS class of input field. "twikiInputField" class="dateField"
      Additional HTML input field attributes, such as alt, disabled, maxlength, onblur, onchange, onfocus, readonly, style, tabindex, title    
    • Example:
      <form action="...">
      %DATEPICKER{ name="Start_Date" }%
      <form>
    • Expands to:
    • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, DatabaseAndFormsVariables, DateAndTimeVariables, EditingAndContentUpdateVariables, FormattingAndRenderingVariables, UIAndVisualizationVariables
    • Related: DatePickerPlugin, TWikiForms (this topic)

    DISPLAYTIME -- display date and time

    DISPLAYTIME{"format"} -- formatted display time

    EDITACTION -- select an edit template

    • EDITACTION defined in a topic or preference setting will define the use of an editaction template instead of the standard edit. If EDITACTION is defined as text, then hide the form. If EDITACTION is defined as form hide the normal text area and only edit the form.
    • Syntax: %EDITACTION% (returning either text or form)
    • Expands to: %EDITACTION%
    • Note: When EDITACTION is defined as text or form the Edit and Edit Raw buttons simply add ;action=text or ;action=form to the URL for the edit script. If you have defined EDITACTION in a topic setting or preference setting you can still edit the topic content or the form by removing the ;action=form or ;action=text from the edit URL in the browser and reload.
    • Category: AdministrationVariables, EditingAndContentUpdateVariables, SkinsAndTemplatesVariables
    • Related: TWikiScripts#edit (this topic)

    EDITFORMFIELD{"fieldname" form=""} -- render an input field specified in a form template topic

    • Use this to create HTML forms that update TWikiForms, such as a custom "create new topic" form, or a topic header that allows users to change some form values at the top of the page. A valid form is composed of a start form type, various form fields, a submit type, and an end form type.
    • Syntax:
      • %EDITFORMFIELD{"fieldname" form="...Form"}% - create form field defined in a TWiki Form template
      • %EDITFORMFIELD{"fieldname" topic="..."}% - create form field based on a topic that has a TWiki Form & initialize its value
      • %EDITFORMFIELD{"fieldname" type="..."}% - create an HTML input field
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "fieldname" The name of a TWiki form field or HTML form field. Required
      form="..." Name of form template topic, such as "BugForm". Specify topic name or Web.TopicName Either form or topic
      is required unless
      type is specified
      topic="..." Name of topic containing form, such as "Bug1234". Specify topic name or Web.TopicName
      format="..." Format string. Supported variables:
      $inputfield - rendered form input field.
      $title - raw field name (includes space and other special characters).
      $name - field name (sanitized title).
      $size - size of field or selector.
      $value - initial value, or select options.
      $tooltip - tooltip message.
      $attributes - type attributes, such as H for hidden, M for mandatory.
      $extra - extra information, such as * for mandatory field.
      See details in TWikiForms#FormFieldTypes. This parameter is ignored if type="..." is specified.
      "$inputfield"
      value="..." Initial value of input field. If omitted and if topic="..." is specified, the value is taken from the named form field. ""
      type="start" Special case: Start an HTML form. Parameters:
      "form" type="start" action="save" topic="..." method=""
      action: Specify a TWiki script (view, edit, save, ...), or a full action URL, default "view".
      topic: Specify topic name or Web.TopicName, default current topic; ignored if full action URL is provided.
      method: HTML form action method, default "post" for save action, else "get".
      ""
      type="end" Special case: End an HTML form. Parameters:
      "form" type="end"
      ""
      type="..." Special case: Create an input field regardless of the type defined in the TWikiForm. Used mainly for hidden fields and submit button. The nameless parameter is the field name. Supported types:
      "fieldname" type="hidden" value="..." - hidden input field.
      "fieldname" type="submit" value="..." - submit button, value is button label.
      "fieldname" type="button" value="..." onclick="..." - regular button, value is button label.
      "fieldname" type="text" value="..." size="80" - text input field.
      "fieldname" type="checkbox" value="..." text="..." - checkbox, text is display text.
      "fieldname" type="radio" value="..." text="..." - radio button, text is display text.
      • In addition, any valid XHML and HTML5 input type is supported, such as type="date", type="file", type="image".
      Additional type-specific parameters can be supplied, such as alt="", checked="checked", class="", max="", min="", src="", style="", width="". Consult HTML documentation.
      ""
    • Example: %EDITFORMFIELD{ "ReleaseType" form="PackageForm" value="Beta-1" }%
    • Example: Custom form in an included header to update some values of the base topic
      %EDITFORMFIELD{ "form" type="start" action="save" topic="%BASEWEB%.%BASETOPIC%" method="post" }%
      | Priority: | %EDITFORMFIELD{ "Priority" topic="%BASETOPIC%" }% |
      | Status:   | %EDITFORMFIELD{ "Status"   topic="%BASETOPIC%" }% |
      |  | %EDITFORMFIELD{ "form" type="submit" value="Update" }% |
      %EDITFORMFIELD{ "Updated" type="hidden" value="%SERVERTIME{$year-$mo-$day}%" }%
      %EDITFORMFIELD{ "form" type="end" }%
    • Category: DatabaseAndFormsVariables, DevelopmentVariables, EditingAndContentUpdateVariables
    • Related: EDITTABLE, FORMFIELD, METASEARCH, SEARCH, FormattedSearch, QuerySearch, SearchHelp, TWikiForms, TWikiScripts (this topic)

    EDITTABLE{ attributes } -- edit TWiki tables using edit fields and other input fields

    • The %EDITTABLE{}% variable is handled by the EditTablePlugin
    • Syntax: %EDITTABLE{ attributes }%

    • Supported attributes:
      Attribute Comment Default
      header Specify the header format of a new table like "|*Food*|*Drink*|". Useful to start a table with only a button (no header)
      format The format of one column when editing the table. A cell can be a text input field, or any of these edit field types:
      • Text input field (1 line):
        | text, <size>, <initial value> |
      • Textarea input field:
        | textarea, <rows>x<columns>, <initial value> |
      • Drop down box:
        | select, <size>, <option 1>, <option 2>, etc* |
        * only one item can be selected
      • Radio buttons:
        | radio, <size*>, <option 1>, <option 2>, etc |
        * size indicates the number of buttons per line in edit mode
      • Checkboxes:
        | checkbox, <size*>, <option 1>, <option 2>, etc |
        * size indicates the number of checkboxes per line in edit mode
      • Fixed label:
        | label, 0, <label text> |
      • Row number:
        | row, <offset> |
      • Date:
        | date, <size>, <initial value>, <DHTML date format*> |
        * see Date Field Type
      "text, 16"
      for all cells
      changerows Rows can be added and removed if "on"
      Rows can be added but not removed if "add"
      Rows cannot be added or removed if "off"
      CHANGEROWS
      plugin setting
      quietsave Quiet Save button is shown if "on", hidden if "off" QUIETSAVE
      plugin setting
      include Other topic defining the EDITTABLE parameters. The first %EDITTABLE% in the topic is used. This is useful if you have many topics with the same table format and you want to update the format in one place. (none)
      helptopic Topic name containing help text shown below the table when editing a table. The %STARTINCLUDE% and %STOPINCLUDE% variables can be used in the topic to specify what is shown. (no help text)
      headerislabel Table header cells are read-only (labels) if "on"; header cells can be edited if "off" or "0" "on"
      editbutton Set edit button text, e.g. "Edit this table"; set button image with alt text, e.g. "Edit table, %PUBURL%/%SYSTEMWEB%/TWikiDocGraphics/edittopic.gif"; hide edit button at the end of the table with "hide" (Note: Button is automatically hidden if an edit button is present in a cell) EDITBUTTON
      plugin setting
      buttonrow Set to top to put the edit buttons above the table. bottom
      javascriptinterface Use javascript to directly move and delete row without page refresh. Enable with "on", disable with "off". JAVASCRIPTINTERFACE
      plugin setting
      redirectto Set up a return page after saving changes. e.g By setting redirectto="%BASEPAGE%", you can return to base page if your editable table is included by another page. (none)

    ENCODE{string} -- encode a string to URL or HTML entities

    • Encode "special" characters to HTML numeric entities or to URL entities.
    • Encoded characters:
      • all non-printable ASCII characters below space, except newline ("\n") and linefeed ("\r")
      • HTML special characters "<", ">", "&", single quote (') and double quote (")
      • TWiki special characters "%", "[", "]", "@", "_", "*", "=" and "|"
    • Syntax: %ENCODE{"string"}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "string" String to encode required (can be empty)
      type="url" Encode special characters for URL parameter use, like a double quote into %22 (this is the default)
      type="quotes" Escape double quotes with backslashes (\"), does not change other characters. This type does not protect against cross-site scripting. type="url"
      type="moderate" Encode special characters into HTML entities for moderate cross-site scripting protection: "<", ">", single quote (') and double quote (") are encoded. Useful to allow TWiki variables in comment boxes. type="url"
      type="safe" Encode special characters into HTML entities for cross-site scripting protection: "<", ">", "%", single quote (') and double quote (") are encoded. type="url"
      type="entity" Encode special characters into HTML entities, like a double quote into &#034;. Does not encode newline (\n) or linefeed (\r). type="url"
      type="entity"
      extra=" $n$r"
      For type="entity" only, use the extra parameter to encode additional characters to HTML numeric entities. Formatting tokens can be used, such as "$n" for newline. Note that type="entity" extra=" $n$r" is equivalent to type="html". type="url"
      extra=""
      type="html" Encode special characters into HTML entities. In addition to type="entity", it also encodes space, \n and \r. Useful to encode text properly in HTML input fields. See equivalent ENTITY. type="url"
    • Examples:
      • %ENCODE{"spaced name"}% expands to spaced%20name
      • %ENCODE{"spaced name" type="entity" extra=" "}% expands to spaced&#32;name
    • Notes:
      • Values of HTML input fields should be encoded as "html". A shorter %ENTITY{any text}% can be used instead of the more verbose %ENCODE{ "any text" type="html" }%.
        Example: <input type="text" name="address" value="%ENTITY{any text}%" />
      • Double quotes in strings must be escaped when passed into other TWiki variables.
        Example: %SEARCH{ "%ENCODE{ "string with "quotes"" type="quotes" }%" noheader="on" }%
      • Use type="moderate", type="safe", type="entity" or type="html" to protect user input from URL parameters and external sources against cross-site scripting (XSS). type="html" is the safest mode, but some TWiki applications might not work. type="safe" provides a safe middle ground, type="moderate" provides only moderate cross-site scripting protection.
    • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, DevelopmentVariables, ExportAndPublishingVariables
    • Related: ENTITY, FORMFIELD, QUERYPARAMS, URLPARAM (this topic)

    ENDBG -- end background color section

    ENDCOLOR -- end colored text

    ENDSECTION{"name"} -- marks the end of a named section within a topic

    • Syntax: %ENDSECTION{"name"}%
    • Syntax: %ENDSECTION{type="include"}%
    • Syntax: %ENDSECTION{type="templateonly"}%
    • Syntax: %ENDSECTION{type="expandvariables"}%
    • Supported parameter:
      Parameter: Description:
      "name" Name of the section.
      type="..." Type of the section being terminated; supported types "section", "include", "templateonly", "expandvariables"
    • If the STARTSECTION is named, the corresponding ENDSECTION must also be named with the same name. If the STARTSECTION specifies a type, then the corresponding ENDSECTION must also specify the same type. If the section is unnamed, ENDSECTION will match with the nearest unnamed %STARTSECTION% of the same type above it.
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, WorkflowAndAutomationVariables
    • Related: ENDSECTION, INCLUDE, STARTINCLUDE, STARTSECTION, STOPINCLUDE (this topic)

    ENTITY{string} -- encode a string to HTML entities

    • Encode "special" characters to HTML entities. Useful to encode text properly for HTML input fields.
    • Encoded characters:
      • all non-printable ASCII characters below space, including newline ("\n") and linefeed ("\r")
      • Space
      • HTML special characters "<", ">", "&", single quote (') and double quote (")
      • TWiki special characters "%", "[", "]", "@", "_", "*", "=" and "|"
    • Syntax: %ENTITY{string}%
    • Example: %ENTITY{text with "quotes" and
      newline}%
      expands to text&#32;with&#32;&#34;quotes&#34;&#32;and&#10;newline
    • Notes:
      • To protect against cross-site scripting (XSS), always entity encode text intended for HTML input fields. This is especially true if text is received dynamically via URLPARAM or the like.
        Example: <input type="text" name="address" value="%ENTITY{any text}%" />
      • %ENTITY{string}% is roughly equivalent to %ENCODE{ "string" type="html" }%, but the latter cannot handle strings that have double quotes embedded in it.
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, FormattingAndRenderingVariables, ExportAndPublishingVariables
    • Related: ENCODE, FORMFIELD, QUERYPARAMS, URLPARAM (this topic)

    ENV{"varname"} -- inspect the value of an environment variable

    • Returns the current value of the environment variable in the CGI (Common Gateway Interface) environment. This is the environment that the TWiki scripts run in on the web server.
    • Note: For security reasons, only those variables whose names match the regular expression in {AccessibleENV} in the Security Settings/Miscellaneous section of configure can be displayed. Any other variable will just be shown as an empty string, irrespective of its real value.
    • Example: %ENV{MOD_PERL}% displays as: not set
    • If a variable is undefined (as against being set to the empty string) it will be returned as not set.
    • Category: SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: HTTP_HOST, REMOTE_ADDR, REMOTE_PORT, REMOTE_USER (this topic)

    EXAMPLEVAR -- example variable

    • The %EXAMPLEVAR{}% variable is handled by the EmptyPlugin
    • Syntax: %EXAMPLEVAR{"text" format="..."}%
    • Parameter text="..." - example text.
    • Parameter format="..." - format of report.
    • Example: %EXAMPLEVAR{"hello" format="| $topic: $summary |"}%
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables
    • Related: EmptyPlugin (this topic)

    FAILEDPLUGINS -- debugging for plugins that failed to load, and handler list

    FORMFIELD{"fieldname"} -- renders a field in the form attached to some topic

    • Syntax: %FORMFIELD{"fieldname"}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "fieldname" The name of a TWiki form field required
      topic="..." Topic where form data is located. May be of the form Web.TopicName Current topic
      rev="..." Get the form field value from the specified topic revision, range "1" to top revision of topic. "0" is equivalent to the top revision The rev URL parameter value if present, otherwise the top revision
      format="..." Format string. Supported variables:
      $value - form field value
      $value(20, -<br />) - value hyphenated every 20 characters using separator -<br />
      $value(30, ...) - value shortened to 30 characters
      $length - length of value (can be used to test if value is set)
      $title - raw field name (includes space and other special characters)
      $name - field name (sanitized title)
      $attributes - form field attributes
      $formtopic - name of form definition topic
      "$value"
      default="..." Text shown when no value is defined for the field ""
      alttext="..." Text shown when field is not found in the form ""
      newline="$br" Convert newlines in textarea to other delimiters. Variable $br expands to <br /> tag, and $n to a newline. Other text is encoded based on encode parameter. no conversion
      encode="html" Encode special characters into HTML entities. If a FORMFIELD is passed into an HTML form field it should be encoded as "html". Additional encodings available: encode="quote", encode="moderate", encode="safe", encode="entity" and encode="url". See ENCODE for details. "" (no encoding)
    • Example: %FORMFIELD{"ProjectName" topic="Projects.SushiProject" default="(not set)" alttext="ProjectName field not found"}%
    • Example: <input type="text" name="Address" value="%FORMFIELD{ "Address" encode="html" }%" />
      • Note: It is easier to use EDITFORMFIELD for custom input fields
    • Category: DatabaseAndFormsVariables, DevelopmentVariables
    • Related: EDITFORMFIELD, ENCODE, ENTITY, META, METASEARCH, SEARCH, FormattedSearch, QuerySearch, SearchHelp (this topic)

    GET{"name"} -- get a variable

    • Get the value of a named variable, previously set with %SET{}%. The %SET{}% and %GET{}% variables are handled by the SetGetPlugin.
    • Syntax: %GET{ "name" default="..." }%
    • Parameters:
      Parameter Description Default
      "name" Name of variable. (required)
      format="..." Format with supported variables:
      $name for variable name
      $value for variable value
      $isdefined expanding to 1 or 0 depending if variable is defined or not
      $isset expanding to 1 or 0 depending if variable is logically true or false
      $ispersistent expanding to 1 or 0 depending if variable is persistent or not
      • all FormatTokens such as $dollar, $n, $percnt.
      "$value"
      default="..." Text shown if variable is not defined, e.g. not found. This parameter overrides the format parameter. "" (empty string)
    • Example: %GET{"lunch"}% returns Sushi if the following has been previously set:
      %SET{ "lunch" value="Sushi" }% - see more examples
    • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, DevelopmentVariables
    • Related: IF, SET, SETGETDUMP, SetGetPlugin, SpreadSheetPlugin#FuncGET (this topic)

    GMTIME -- GM time

    GMTIME{"format"} -- formatted GM time

    • Syntax: %GMTIME{"format"}%
    • Supported variables:
      Variable: Unit: Example
      $seconds seconds 59
      $minutes minutes 59
      $hours hours 23
      $day day of month 31
      $wday day of the Week (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat) Thu
      $dow day of the week (Sun = 0) 2
      $week number of week in year (ISO 8601) 34
      $month short name of month Dec
      $mo 2 digit month 12
      $year 4 digit year 1999
      $ye 2 digit year 99
      $tz either "GMT" (if set to gmtime),
      or offset such as "-0700" (if set to servertime)
      GMT
      $iso ISO format timestamp 2017-09-22T13:38:34Z
      $rcs RCS format timestamp 2017/09/22 13:38:34
      $http E-mail & http format timestamp Fri, 22 Sep 2017 13:38:34 GMT
      $epoch Number of seconds since 00:00 on 1st January, 1970 1506087514
    • Variables can be shortened to 3 characters
    • Example: %GMTIME{"$day $month, $year - $hour:$min:$sec"}% expands to 22 Sep, 2017 - 13:38:34
    • Note: When used in a template topic, this variable will be expanded when the template is used to create a new topic. See TWikiTemplates#TemplateTopicsVars for details.
    • Category: DateAndTimeVariables
    • Related: DISPLAYTIME, GMTIME, REVINFO, SERVERTIME (this topic)

    GRAY -- start gray colored text

    GREEN -- start green colored text

    GROUPS -- a formatted list of groups

    • Expands to a formatted list of user groups in your TWiki. The variable is intended to be used in TWikiGroups, to allow a group listing for various user mapping managers.
    • Syntax: %GROUPS{"format" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      header="" Table header. Standard format tokens are expanded. To omit the header, specify an empty value or "none". "| *Group* | *Members* |"
      format="" Format of one row, may include tokens:
      $group - topic name of group
      $grouplink - link to group
      $members - list of members, up to limit
      standard format tokens
      "| $grouplink | $members |"
      separator="" Line separator. Standard format tokens are expanded. "$n" (newline)
      memberlimit="" Truncate member list. Specify "all" for full list. "32"
      memberformat="" Format of one member, may include tokens:
      $wikiusername - Web.TopicName of user
      $wikiname - TopicName of user
      "[[$wikiusername][$wikiname]]"
      memberseparator="" Separator for members. Standard format tokens are expanded. ", "
      sort="on" By default, the members of a group are listed in the same order as in the definition in the group topic. With this parameter, members are listed in the alphabetical order of their wiki names. "off"
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: REMOTE_USER, USERINFO, USERNAME, WIKIUSERNAME, WIKIUSERSTOPIC (this topic)

    H -- help icon

    HEADLINES{"url"} -- show RSS and ATOM feeds in TWiki pages

    • The %HEADLINES{"url"}% variable is handled by the HeadlinesPlugin.
    • Syntax: %HEADLINES{ "http://..." }%
    • Parameters: (all but the first one are optional)
      "..." Source of RSS or ATOM feed; this can be a URL (starting with http) or a web.topic location for internal feeds
      refresh="60" Refresh rate in minutes for caching feed; "0" for no caching
      limit="12" Maximum number of items shown
      header="..." Header. May include these variables:
      - $channeltitle, $title: title of channel (channel.title)
      - $channellink, $link: link of channel (channel.link)
      - $channeldescription, $description: description (channel.description)
      - $channeldate, $date: publication date of the channel (channel.pubDate)
      - $rights: copyrights of the channel (channel.copyright)
      - $imagetitle: title text for site (image.title)
      - $imagelink: link for site (image.link)
      - $imageurl: URL of image (image.url)
      - $imagedescription: description of image (image.description)
      format="..." Format of one item. May include these variables:
      - $title: news item title (item.title)
      - $link: news item link (item.link)
      - $description: news item description (item.description)
      - $date: the publication date (item.pubDate, item.date)
      - $category: the article category (item.category)
      Details
    • Example: %HEADLINES{ "http://slashdot.org/slashdot.rdf" header="*[[$link][$title]]:* $description" format="$t* [[$link][$title]]" limit="4" }% shows the latest Slashdot news in bullet list format
    • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, ImportVariables
    • Related: HeadlinesPlugin (this topic)

    HIDE -- hide content in topic view

    • Text inside the HIDE is removed when viewing the topic. This can be used to remove large amounts of text from being sent to the browser, such as the user list in Main.TWikiUsers if there are many thousands of users.
    • Syntax: %HIDE{ any text }%
    • Expands to: (empty string)
    • Notes:
      • Using HIDE is not a replacement for access control, because edit and raw view still show the content.
      • Variables inside HIDE still get expanded because variables execute inside out, e.g. you can't use it to speed up slow variables.
      • <!-- HTML comments --> also hide content from the user, but unlike HIDE, HTML comments are sent to the browser.
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: NOP, STARTINCLUDE (this topic)

    HOMETOPIC -- home topic in each web

    HTTP -- get HTTP headers

    HTTP_HOST -- environment variable

    HTTPS -- get HTTPS headers

    • The same as %HTTP% but operates on the HTTPS environment variables present when the SSL protocol is in effect. Can be used to determine whether SSL is turned on.
    • Syntax: %HTTPS%
    • Syntax: %HTTPS{"Header-name"}%
    • Limitation: For security reasons, the COOKIE field value cannot be retrieved. You can add or delete hidden fields by changing the {HTTP}{HiddenFields} configuration parameter.
    • Category: SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: HTTP, REMOTE_ADDR, REMOTE_PORT, REMOTE_USER (this topic)

    I -- idea icon

    ICON{"name"} -- small documentation graphic or icon of common attachment types

    • Generates the HTML img tag of a small graphic image attached to TWikiDocGraphics. Images typically have a 16x16 pixel size. You can select a specific image by name, or you can give a full file path or URL, in which case the type of the file will be used to select one of a collection of common file type icons.
    • Syntax: %ICON{"name"}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "name" Name of icon required
      format="..." Format of icon. Supported variables (with Person %ICON{"person"}% example):
      $name - name of icon (person)
      $type - type of icon (gif)
      $filename - icon filename (person.gif)
      $web - web where icon is defined (TWiki)
      $topic - topic where icon is defined (TWikiDocGraphics)
      $description - icon description (Person)
      $width - width of icon ('16')
      $height - height of icon ('16')
      $img - full img tag of icon (<img src="... />)
      $info - icon tag with usage info in title
      $url - URL of icon (http://example.com/pub/TWiki/TWikiDocGraphics/person.gif)
      $urlpath - URL path of icon (/pub/TWiki/TWikiDocGraphics/person.gif)
      format="$img"
      default="else" Alternate icon if named icon is not defined default="$name"
    • Examples:
      • %ICON{"flag-gray"}% returns: Gray flag
      • %ICON{"pdf"}% returns: PDF
      • %ICON{"smile.pdf"}% returns: PDF
      • %ICON{"/home/sweet/home.pdf"}% returns: PDF
      • %ICON{"http://twiki.org/doc/xhtml.xsl"}% returns: XSL (XML style sheet)
      • %ICON{"bubble" format="$description icon is defined in $web.$topic"}% returns: Speech bubble icon is defined in TWikiDocGraphics
    • Graphic samples: Arrow blue right arrowbright, Speech bubble bubble, Yes / Done choice-yes, Pointing hand hand
    • File type samples: Bitmap bmp, Microsoft Word file doc, GIF gif, Standard help file hlp, HTML html, Waveform sound file mp3, PDF pdf, PowerPoint ppt, Text txt, Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet xls, XML xml, Compressed Zip archive zip
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: ICONURL, ICONURLPATH, TWikiPreferences, FileAttachments, TWikiDocGraphics (this topic)

    ICONURL{"name"} -- URL of small documentation graphic or icon

    • Generates the full URL of a TWikiDocGraphics image, which TWiki renders as an image. The related %ICON{"name"}% generates the full HTML img tag. Specify image name or full filename (see ICON for details on filenames.)
    • Syntax: %ICONURL{"name"}%
    • Examples:
      • %ICONURL{"arrowbright"}% returns https://twiki.ppe.gla.ac.uk/pub/TWiki/TWikiDocGraphics/arrowbright.gif
      • %ICONURL{"novel.pdf"}% returns https://twiki.ppe.gla.ac.uk/pub/TWiki/TWikiDocGraphics/pdf.gif
      • %ICONURL{"/queen/boheme.mp3"}% returns https://twiki.ppe.gla.ac.uk/pub/TWiki/TWikiDocGraphics/wav.gif
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: ICONURLPATH, ICON, TWikiPreferences, FileAttachments, TWikiDocGraphics (this topic)

    ICONURLPATH{"name"} -- URL path of small documentation graphic or icon

    IF{"condition" ...} -- simple conditionals

    INCLUDE{"page"} -- include other topic or web page

    • Merges the content of a specified page into the current one before rendering.
    • Syntax: %INCLUDE{"page" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "SomeTopic" The name of a topic located in the current web, i.e. %INCLUDE{"WebNotify"}%  
      "Web.Topic" A topic in another web, i.e. %INCLUDE{"TWiki.SiteMap"}%  
      "http://..." A full qualified URL, i.e. %INCLUDE{"http://twiki.org:80/index.html"}%. Supported content types are text/html and text/plain by default. See allowanytype.
      IDEA! if the URL resolves to an attachment file on the server this will automatically translate to a server-side include.
       
      allowanytype="on" Suppress the content type checking in including the web page specified by a URL. disabled
      pattern="..." Include a subset of a topic or a web page. Specify a RegularExpression that scans from start ('^') to end and contains the text you want to keep in parenthesis, e.g., pattern="^.*?(from here.*?to here).*". IncludeTopicsAndWebPages has more. none
      headingoffset="2" Adjust the level of headings in the included topic. A "2" or "+2" increases the level by two, e.g. a ---+ H1 turns into a ---+++ H3. Positive and negative values are supported. Adjusted min and max levels are H1 and H6, respectively. no adjustment
      hidetoc="on" Remove %TOC% in included content. Useful to show table of contents in individual topics, while suppressing them if included in a big master document. TOC_HIDE_IF_
      INCLUDED
      setting
      rev="2" Include a previous topic revision; N/A for URLs top revision
      raw="on" (for HTTP inclusion) When a page is included via HTTP, normally TWiki will process it, doing the following: 1) Alter relative links to point back to originating host, 2) Remove some basic HTML tags (html, head, body, script) and finally 3) Remove newlines from HTML tags spanning multiple lines. If you prefer to include exactly what is in the source of the originating page set this to on. raw="on" is short for disableremoveheaders="on", disableremovescript="on", disableremovebody="on", disablecompresstags="on" and disablerewriteurls="on". disabled
      raw="on" (for topic inclusion) When a topic is included, normally TWiki variables in the included topic are expanded in the context of the inlcluded topic. If raw="on" is specified, that variable expansion does not happen. You may wonder what's that for and what are the implications, which are found out on IncludeTopicRaw.
      Because of the "in the raw" nature of the parapmeter, if it's specified, parameters such as encode, headingoffset, hidetoc, newline, nofinalnewline, and section are ignored.
      disabled
      literal="on" While using the raw option will indeed include the raw content, the included content will still be processed and rendered like regular topic content. To disable parsing of the included content, set the literal option to "on". disabled
      nofinalnewline="on" Delete the new line at the end of the result if exists disabled
      newline="$br" Convert newlines in textarea to other delimiters. Variable $br expands to <br /> tag, and $n to a newline. Other text is encoded based on encode parameter. no conversion
      encode="html" Encode special characters into HTML entities. If a FORMFIELD is passed into an HTML form field it should be encoded as "html". Additional encodings available: encode="quote", encode="moderate", encode="safe", encode="entity" and encode="url". See ENCODE for details. no encoding
      disableremoveheaders="on" Bypass stripping headers from included HTML (everything until first </head> tag) disabled
      disableremovescript="on" Bypass stripping all <script> tags from included HTML disabled
      disableremovebody="on" Bypass stripping the </body> tag and everything around over and below it disabled
      disablecompresstags="on" Bypass replacing newlines in HTML tags with spaces. This compression step rewrites unmatched <'s into &lt; entities unless bypassed disabled
      disablerewriteurls="on" Bypass rewriting relative URLs into absolute ones disabled
      disablefixlinks="on" Bypass fixing WikiWord links if include is done across webs. Fixing links in included text such as from SomeLink to Otherweb.SomeLink is usually desirable so that links in included text still point to the same target disabled
      warn="off" Warn if topic include fails: Fail silently (if off); output default warning (if set to on); else, output specific text (use $topic for topic name) %INCLUDEWARNING% preferences setting
      section="name" Includes only the specified named section, as defined in the included topic by the STARTSECTION and ENDSECTION variables. Nothing is shown if the named section does not exists. section="" is equivalent to not specifying a section  
      PARAMONE="val 1"
      PARAMTWO="val 2"
      Any other parameter will be defined as a variable within the scope of the included topic. The example parameters on the left will result in %PARAMONE% and %PARAMTWO% being defined within the included topic. A default value for a variable can be specified in the included topic in case the corresponding parameter is not specified, such as %PARAMONE{ default="..." }%  
    • Security Considerations:
      • The ability to INCLUDE arbitrary URLs, such as %INCLUDE{"http://www.google.com/"}% is turned off by default. To turn this on, ask your TWiki administrator to enable the {INCLUDE}{AllowURLs} flag in the Security setup section of configure.
      • JavaScript in included web pages is filtered out as a security precaution per default. Disable filtering with raw or disableremovescript parameter.
    • Examples: See IncludeTopicsAndWebPages
    • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, DevelopmentVariables, ImportVariables
    • Related: BASETOPIC, BASEWEB, INCLUDINGTOPIC, INCLUDINGWEB, STARTINCLUDE, STOPINCLUDE, STARTSECTION, ENDSECTION, TOC, IncludeTopicsAndWebPages, ParameterizedVariables (this topic)

    INCLUDINGTOPIC -- name of topic that includes current topic

    • The name of the topic that includes the current topic - same as %TOPIC% in case there is no include.
    • Syntax: %INCLUDINGTOPIC%
    • Example: If topic A includes B, and B includes C, then a %INCLUDINGTOPIC% in topic C is reported as B when looking at topics A or B, and as C when looking at topic C itself.
    • Category: SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: BASETOPIC, INCLUDINGWEB, INCLUDE, TOPIC (this topic)

    INCLUDINGWEB -- web that includes current topic

    • The web name of the topic that includes the current topic - same as %WEB% if there is no INCLUDE.
    • Syntax: %INCLUDINGWEB%
    • Syntax: %INCLUDINGWEB{format="..."}% -- see WEB for format documentation
    • Example: If topic A includes B, and B includes C, then a %INCLUDINGWEB% in topic C is reported as web of topic B when looking at topics A or B, and as of topic C when looking at topic C itself.
    • Category: SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: BASEWEB, INCLUDINGTOPIC, INCLUDE, WEB (this topic)

    JQENDTAB -- end a JQuery tab within a tab pane

    JQENDTABPANE -- end a JQuery tab pane

    JQTAB -- start a JQuery tab within a tab pane

    JQTABPANE -- start a JQuery tab pane

    • Create nice looking horizontal tab panes in TWiki topics. Write a sequence of %JQTAB{"..."}% and %JQENDTAB% pairs, and enclose them in %JQTABPANE% and %JQENDTABPANE%. Tab panes can be nested, e.g. within one tab you can add another tab pane. These variable are handled by the JQueryPlugin.
    • Syntax: %JQTABPANE% %JQTAB{"Tab 1}% ... %JQENDTAB% %JQTAB{"Tab 2}% ... %JQENDTAB% ... %JQENDTABPANE%
    • Example:
      %JQTABPANE%
      %JQTAB{"Tab 1"}%
      Tab 1 content...
      %JQENDTAB%
      %JQTAB{"Tab 2"}%
      Tab 2 content...
      %JQENDTAB%
      %JQENDTABPANE%
    • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: JQENDTAB, JQENDTABPANE, JQTAB, JQueryPlugin (this topic)

    LANGUAGE -- current user's language

    • Returns the language code for the language used as the current user. This is the language actually used by TWiki Internationalization (e.g. in user interface).
    • The language is detected from the user's browser, unless some site/web/user/session-defined setting overrides it:
      • If the LANGUAGE preference is set, it's used as user's language instead of any language detected from the browser.
      • Avoid defining LANGUAGE at a non per-user way, so each user can choose his/her preferred language.
    • Category: AdministrationVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: LANGUAGES (this topic)

    LANGUAGES -- list available TWiki languages

    • List the languages available (as PO files) to TWiki. Those are the languages in which TWiki's user interface is available.
    • Syntax: %LANGUAGES{...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      format format for each item. See below for variables available in the format string. "   * $langname"
      separator separator between items. "\n" (newline)
      marker="selected" Text for $marker if the item matches selection "selected"
      selection="%LANGUAGE%" Current language to be selected in list (none)
    • format variables:
      Variable Meaning
      $langname language's name, as informed by the translators
      $langtag language's tag. Ex: en, pt-br, etc.
    • Category: AdministrationVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Example: <select>%LANGUAGES{format="<option $marker value='$langtag'>$langname</option>" selection="%LANGUAGE%"}%</select> creates an option list of the available languages with the current language selected (this topic)

    LAQUO -- left double angle quote

    LIME -- start lime colored text

    LOCALSITEPREFS -- web.topicname of site preferences topic

    LOGIN -- present a full login link to non-authenticated user

    LOGINURL -- present a login link

    LOGOUT -- present a full logout link to authenticated user

    LOGOUTURL -- present a logout link

    M -- moved to... icon

    MAINWEB -- synonym for USERSWEB

    MAKETEXT -- creates text using TWiki's I18N infrastructure

    • Syntax: %MAKETEXT{"string" args="..."}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter Description Default
      "text" or string="text" The text to be displayed. none
      args="param1, param2" a comma-separated list of arguments to be interpolated in the string, replacing the [_N] placeholders in it. none
    • Examples:
      • %MAKETEXT{string="Notes:"}%
        expands to
        Notes:
      • %MAKETEXT{"If you have any questions, please contact [_1]." args="%WIKIWEBMASTER%"}%
        expands to
        If you have any questions, please contact phas-ppesysman@glasgow.ac.uk.
      • %MAKETEXT{"Did you want to [[[_1]][reset [_2]'s password]]?" args="%SYSTEMWEB%.ResetPassword,%WIKIUSERNAME%"}%
        expands to
        Did you want to reset Main.TWikiGuest's password?
    • Notes:
      • TWiki will translate the string to the current user's language only if it has such string in its translation table for that language.
      • Ampersands (&) followed by one letter (one of a...z, A...Z -- say, X) in the translatable string will be translated to <span class='twikiAccessKey'>X</span>. This is used to implement access keys. If you want to write an actual amperstand that stays just before a letter, write two consecutive amperstands (&&): they will be transformed in just one.
      • Translatable string starting with underscores (_) are reserved. You must not use translatable phrases starting with an underscore.
      • Make sure that the translatable string is constant. Specially, do not include %VARIABLES% inside the translatable strings (since they will get expanded before the %MAKETEXT{...}% itself is handled).
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: TWiki:Codev.UserInterfaceInternationalisation (on TWiki.org) (this topic)

    MAROON -- start maroon colored text

    MDREPO -- retrieve data from metadata repository

    • Attention: This variable works only if MetadataRepository is in use. Otherwise, it always returns a zero length string.
    • This retrieves data from the specified metadata repository table.
    • Syntax: %MDREPO{ "table" ...}% (generic form), %MDREPO{ web="..." ...}% (web specific form)
    • Parameters (generic form without web="..." parameter):
      Parameter Description Default
      "..." Specify the table to retrieve This or below is required
      table="..." (Alternative to above) This or above is required
      separator="..." The separator string of records "$n" (new line)
      format="..." Format of one record. It may contain the following items. In addtion, the standard special tokens are handled accordingly.
      Item Description
      $_ or $_() the record ID
      $__ or $__() The record value in the following format:
      FIELD_NAME=FIELD_VALUE FIELD_NAME=FIELD_VALUE ...
      $marker or $marker() Expands to marker for the item matching selection only
      $_FILED_NAME or $_FIELD_NAME() Please be noted that you need to put _ (underscore) in front of a field name. $_FIELD_NAME$ yields the value of the specified field. If the specified field does not exist in the record, it returns the null string ("").
      ?FIELD_NAME?IF_FIELD_HAS_VALUE? If the specified field has value and it's neither 0 nor the null string (""), it's evaluated as IF_FIELD_HAS_VALUE. Otherwise, it's evaluated as the null string. This is like q/.../ in Perl. A non-word character following ?FIELD_NAME becomes the terminator; i.e. you can write: ?FIELD_NAME:IF_TRUE:
      Specifically, the following characters can be used as the delimiter: ! # % ' / : ? @ ^ ` | ~
      = is excluded because it clashes with a parameter specification in a URL (?name=value).
      ?!FIELD_NAME?IF_FIELD_HAS_NO_VALUE? Similar to above but it's opposite. If the field has value, it's evaluated as the null string. Otherwise, it's evaluated as IF_FIELD_HAS_NO_VALUE.
      $question Replaced with ? after the ?FIEL_DNAME and ?!FIELD_ANME constructs are processed.
      "| $_ | $__ |"
      selection="..." The record ID to be regarded as the selected. It affects how $marker in the format is evaluated. none
      marker="..." Text for $marker in the format if the item matches selection "selected"
      filter="..." The regular expression of record IDs to filter records. Matching is case-insensitive none
      exclude="..." Comma separated list of record IDs to be excluded. You can use regular expression. If you specify Trash\d*, then Trash, Trash1, Trash2, ... are exluded but LightTrash and TrashBag are not excluded none
    • Example: %MDREPO{"webs" filter="^A" format="| $_ | $_admin | $_master |"}%
      This would show the metadata of webs whose names start with A.
    • Paramerers (web specific form):
      Parameter Description Default
      web="..." Specify the web. If it's a subweb, the corresponding top level web is specified This is required
      "..." Specify the format of the return value in the same manner as the format parameter in the generic form $__
      default="..." Specify the value to be returned when the specified or implied top level web does not exist in MDREPO "" (null string)
    • Example: %MDREPO{web="Foo/Bar" "$_admin"}%
      This would show the admin field of the Foo web.
    • Category: AdministrationVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: MetadataRepository (this topic)

    META -- displays meta-data

    • Provided mainly for use in templates, this variable generates the parts of the topic view that relate to meta-data (attachments, forms etc.) The formfield item is the most likely to be useful to casual users.
    • Syntax: %META{ "item" ...}%
    • Parameters:
      Item Options Description
      "formfield" name="...": name of the field. The field value can be shortened as described in FormattedSearch for $formfield.
      newline="...": by default, each newline character will be rewritten to <br /> to allow metadata that contains newlines to be used in tables, etc. $n indicates a newline character.
      bar="...": by default, each vertical bar is rewritten to an HTML entity so as to not be mistaken for a table separator.
      encode="type": have the value encoded in the specified type. Possible types are the same as ENCODE's. If this is specified, newline and bar options are ignored.
      topic="...": Get meta info of "Topic" or "Web.Topic"; default "%BASEWEB%.%BASETOPIC%".
      Show a single form field
      "form" topic="...": Get meta info of "Topic" or "Web.Topic"; default "%BASEWEB%.%BASETOPIC%". Generates the table showing the form fields. See Form Templates
      "attachments" all="on" to show hidden attachments.
      title="..." to show a title - only if attachments are displayed.
      template="..." to use a custom template for the rendering of attachments; default attachtables is used.
      topic="...": Get meta info of "Topic" or "Web.Topic"; default "%BASEWEB%.%BASETOPIC%".
      Generates the list of attachments
      "moved" topic="...": Get meta info of "Topic" or "Web.Topic"; default "%BASEWEB%.%BASETOPIC%". Details of any topic moves
      "parent" dontrecurse="on": By default recurses up tree, this has some cost.
      nowebhome="on": Suppress WebHome.
      prefix="...": Prefix that goes before parents, but only if there are parents, default "".
      format="...": Format string used to display each parent topic where $web expands to the web name, and $topic expands to the topic name; default: "[[$web.$topic][$topic]]"
      suffix="...": Suffix, only appears if there are parents; default "".
      separator="...": Separator between parents; default " > ".
      topic="...": Get meta info of "Topic" or "Web.Topic"; default "%BASEWEB%.%BASETOPIC%".
      Generates the parent link
    • Attention: The base topic, not the current topic, is used if %META{}% is placed in an included topic. Add a topic="%WEB%.%TOPIC%" parameter if you need meta info of the current topic.
    • Note: Formatting tokens can be used for newline, prefix, format, suffix and separator options, such as separator="$n   * "
    • Category: AttachmentsAndFilesVariables, SearchingAndListingVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: EDITFORMFIELD, FORMFIELD, METASEARCH, PARENTTOPIC, SEARCH, ENCODE, FormattedSearch (this topic)

    METASEARCH -- special search of meta data

    • Syntax: %METASEARCH{...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      type="topicmoved" What sort of search is required?
      "topicmoved" if search for a topic that may have been moved
      "parent" if searching for topics that have a specific parent i.e. its children
      "field" if searching for topics that have a particular form field value (use the name and value parameters to specify which field to search)
      Required
      web="%WEB%" Wiki web to search: A web, a list of webs separated by whitespace, or all webs. Current web
      topic="%TOPIC%" The topic the search relates to, for topicmoved and parent searches All topics in a web
      name form field to search, for field type searches. May be a regular expression (see SEARCH).  
      value form field value, for field type searches. May be a regular expression (see SEARCH).  
      title="Title" Text that is prefixed to any search results empty
      format="..." Custom format results. Supports same format strings as SEARCH. See FormattedSearch for usage, variables & examples Results in table
      default="none" Default text shown if no search hit Empty
    • Example: %METASEARCH{type="topicmoved" web="%WEB%" topic="%TOPIC%" title="This topic used to exist and was moved to: "}%
    • Example: You may want to use this in WebTopicViewTemplate and WebTopicNonWikiTemplate:
      %METASEARCH{type="parent" web="%WEB%" topic="%TOPIC%" title="Children: "}%
    • Example: %METASEARCH{type="field" name="Country" value="China"}%
    • Note: METASEARCH is deprecated in favour of the new and much more powerful query type search. See SEARCH and QuerySearch.
    • Category: SearchingAndListingVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: EDITFORMFIELD, FORMFIELD, SEARCH, META (this topic)

    N -- "new" icon

    NAVY -- start navy blue colored text

    NBSP -- non-breaking space

    NOP -- template text not to be expanded in instantiated topics

    • Syntax: %NOP%
      • In normal topic text, expands to <nop>, which prevents expansion of adjacent variables and wikiwords
      • When the topic containing this is used as a template for another topic, it is removed.
    • Syntax: %NOP{...}% deprecated
      • In normal topic text, expands to whatever is in the curly braces (if anything).
      • Note: This is deprecated. Do not use it. Use %STARTSECTION{type="templateonly"}% .. %ENDSECTION{type="templateonly"}% instead (see TWikiTemplates for more details).
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables, SkinsAndTemplatesVariables
    • Related: HIDE, STARTSECTION, TWikiTemplates (this topic)

    NOTIFYTOPIC -- name of the notify topic

    OLIVE -- start olive green colored text

    ORANGE -- start orange colored text

    P -- pencil icon

    PARENTBC -- parent breadcrumbs for headings

    PARENTTOPIC -- parent of current topic

    PINK -- start pink colored text

    PLUGINDESCRIPTIONS -- list of plugin descriptions

    • Syntax: %PLUGINDESCRIPTIONS%
    • Expands to:
      • SpreadSheetPlugin (2013-10-10, $Rev: 26482 (2013-10-14) $): Add spreadsheet calculation like "$SUM( $ABOVE() )" to TWiki tables or anywhere in topic text
      • BackupRestorePlugin (2013-02-16, $Rev: 25448 (2013-10-14) $): Administrator utility to backup, restore and upgrade a TWiki site
      • ColorPickerPlugin (2013-02-15, $Rev: 25074 (2013-10-14) $): Color picker, packaged for use in TWiki forms and TWiki applications
      • CommentPlugin (2013-02-10, $Rev: 24977 (2013-10-14) $): Quickly post comments to a page without an edit/preview/save cycle
      • DatePickerPlugin (2013-09-04, $Rev: 26272 (2013-10-14) $): Pop-up calendar with date picker, for use in TWiki forms, HTML forms and TWiki plugins
      • EditTablePlugin (2013-01-13, $Rev: 25108 (2013-10-14) $): Edit TWiki tables using edit fields, date pickers and drop down boxes
      • HeadlinesPlugin (2013-02-16, $Rev: 25104 (2013-10-14) $): Show headline news in TWiki pages based on RSS and ATOM news feeds from external sites
      • ImagePlugin (2010-08-01, $Rev: 19301 (2010-08-01) $): Control the display and alignment of images using an easy syntax
      • InterwikiPlugin (2013-02-12, $Rev: 25126 (2013-10-14) $): Text ExternalSite:Page links to a page on an external site based on aliases defined in a rules topic
      • JQueryPlugin (2013-09-28, $Rev: 26439 (2013-10-14) $): jQuery JavaScript library for TWiki
      • MathModePlugin (2012-12-10, $Rev: 25900 (2013-05-07) $): Add math formulas to TWiki topics using LaTeX markup language
      • PreferencesPlugin (2013-09-08, $Rev: 26286 (2013-10-14) $): Allows editing of preferences using fields predefined in a form
      • SetGetPlugin (2013-01-28, $Rev: 24822 (2013-10-14) $): Set and get variables in topics, optionally persistently across topic views
      • SlideShowPlugin (2013-04-07, $Rev: 25715 (2013-10-14) $): Create web based presentations based on topics with headings.
      • SmiliesPlugin (2013-01-13, $Rev: 24784 (2013-10-14) $): Render smilies as icons, like  :-)  as smile or  :eek:  as eek!
      • SyntaxHighlightingPlugin (2013-02-14, $Rev): Highlight source code fragments for many languages
      • TablePlugin (2013-09-25, $Rev: 26425 (2013-10-14) $): Control attributes of tables and sorting of table columns
      • TagMePlugin (2013-03-12, $Rev: 25778 (2013-10-14) $): Tag wiki content collectively to find content by keywords
      • TinyMCEPlugin (2013-09-18, $Rev: 26397 (2013-10-14) $): Integration of the Tiny MCE WYSIWYG Editor
      • TwistyPlugin (2013-03-22, $Rev: 25508 (2013-10-14) $): Twisty section JavaScript library to open/close content dynamically
      • WysiwygPlugin (2013-09-18, $Rev: 26391 (2013-10-14) $): Translator framework for WYSIWYG editors
    • Category: AdministrationVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: ACTIVATEDPLUGINS, FAILEDPLUGINS, PLUGINVERSION, TWikiPlugins, InstalledPlugins (this topic)

    PLUGINVERSION -- the version of a TWiki Plugin, or the TWiki Plugins API

    PUBURL -- the base URL of attachments

    PUBURLPATH -- the base URL path of attachments

    PURPLE -- start purple colored text

    Q -- question icon

    QUERYPARAMS -- show paramaters to the query

    • Expands the parameters to the query that was used to display the page.
    • Syntax: %QUERYPARAMS{...}%
    • Parameters:
      • format="..." format string for each entry, default $name=$value
      • separator="..." separator string, default separator="$n" (newline)
      • encode="..." the encoding to apply to parameter values; see ENCODE for a description of the available encodings. If this parameter is not given, no encoding is performed.
    • The following escape sequences are expanded in the format string:
      Sequence: Expands To:
      $name Name of the parameter
      $value String value of the parameter. Multi-valued parameters will have a "row" for each value.
      $n or $n() New line. Use $n() if followed by alphanumeric character, e.g. write Foo$n()Bar instead of Foo$nBar
      $nop or $nop() Is a "no operation". This variable gets removed; useful for nested search
      $quot or \" Double quote (")
      $aquot Apostrophe quote (')
      $percnt Percent sign (%)
      $dollar Dollar sign ($)
      $lt Less than sign (<)
      $gt Greater than sign (>)

    QUERYSTRING -- full, unprocessed string of parameters to this URL

    • String of all the URL parameters that were on the URL used to get to the current page. For example, if you add ?name=Samantha;age=24;eyes=blue to this URL you can see this in action. This string can be appended to a URL to pass parameter values on to another page.
    • ALERT! Note: URLs built this way are typically restricted in length, typically to 2048 characters. If you need more space than this, you will need to use an HTML form and %QUERYPARAMS%.
    • Syntax: %QUERYSTRING%
    • Expands to: search=.
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: QUERYPARAMS, URLPARAM (this topic)

    RAQUO -- right double angle quote

    RED -- start red colored text

    REDBG -- start red colored background section

    REMOTE_ADDR -- environment variable

    REMOTE_PORT -- environment variable

    REMOTE_USER -- environment variable

    RENDERLIST -- render bullet lists in a variety of formats

    • The %RENDERLIST% variable is handled by the RenderListPlugin
    • Syntax: %RENDERLIST%
    • Syntax: %RENDERLIST{ "org" focus="Sales.WestCoastTeam" }%
    • Example:
      %RENDERLIST{ "org" }%
         * [[Eng.WebHome][Engineering]]
            * [[Eng.TechPubs][Tech Pubs]]
         * [[Sales.WestCoastTeam][Sales]]
            * [[Sales.EastCoastTeam][East Coast]]
            * [[Sales.WestCoastTeam][West Coast]]
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: RenderListPlugin (this topic)

    REVINFO -- revision information of current topic

    REVINFO{"format"} -- formatted revision information of topic

    • Syntax: %REVINFO{"format"}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "format" Format of revision information, see supported variables below "r1.$rev - $date - $wikiusername"
      web="..." Name of web Current web
      topic="..." Topic name Current topic
      rev="5" Specific revison number. Old RCS format "1.5" is also supported. Latest revision
    • Supported variables in format:
      Variable: Unit: Example
      $web Name of web Current web
      $topic Topic name Current topic
      $rev Revison number. Add prefix r to get the usual r5 format 5
      $username Login username of revision jsmith
      $wikiname WikiName of revision JohnSmith
      $wikiusername WikiName with Main web prefix Main.JohnSmith
      $date Revision date. Actual date format defined as {DefaultDateFormat} in configure, default $year-$mo-$day 2010-12-31
      $time Revision time 23:24:25
      $iso Revision date in ISO date format 2006-09-22T06:24:25Z
      $min, $sec, etc. Same date format qualifiers as GMTIME{"format"}  
    • Example: %REVINFO{"$date - $wikiusername" rev="1.1"}% returns revision info of first revision
    • Category: SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: GMTIME{"format"}, REVINFO (this topic)

    S -- red star icon

    SCRIPTNAME -- name of current script

    SCRIPTSUFFIX -- script suffix

    SCRIPTURL -- base URL of TWiki scripts

    SCRIPTURL{"script"} -- URL of TWiki script

    • Expands to the URL of the specified script. Optionally, you can specify a web and/or a topic. In that case, the URL of the script for the specified web and topic is returned.
    • If ReadOnlyAndMirrorWebs is in effect and a web is specified, whether the web is a slave or not is taken into account. For a slave web, with scripts edit, save, attach, upload, and rename, the URL on the master site is returned.
      For the other scripts, if the master="on" parameter is specified, the URL on the master site is returned.
    • Syntax: %SCRIPTURL{"script" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "script" The name of the script  
      web="WEB" Specifies a web When a topic name is specified and a web is not, the current web is assumed
      topic="TOPIC" or topic="WEB.TOPIC" Specifies a topic or both a web and a topic  
      master="on" A URL on the master site is needed or not off
    • If web="WEB" is specified but topic is not specified, the resulting URL ends with WEB.
    • Example: To get the authenticated version of the current topic you can write %SCRIPTURL{"viewauth"}%/%WEB%/%TOPIC% which expands to https://twiki.ppe.gla.ac.uk/bin/viewauth/TWiki/TWikiVariablesSearch. It can be written %SCRIPTURL{"viewauth" topic="%TOPIC%"}% as well.
    • Example: Let's assume this site has a web named 'Flowers' whose master site is http://florawiki/cgi-bin. Then %SCRIPTURL{"edit" web="Flowers"}% expands to http://florawiki/cgi-bin/edit/Flowers. This is because the 'Flower' web on this site is a slave and editing needs to happen on the master site.
    • Example: Asuming above, %SCRIPTURL{"view" web="Flowers" master="on"}% expands to http://florawiki/cgi-bin/view/Flowers. The view script works on a slave site, but master="on" parameter forces to yield the master site URL.
    • Example: How to link to another topic with a URL parameter: [[%SCRIPTURL{view}%/%WEB%/MyQuery?food=sushi][Sushi]]
    • Note: In most cases you should use %SCRIPTURLPATH{"script"}% instead, as it works with URL rewriting much better
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: CONTENTMODE, PUBURL, SCRIPTNAME, SCRIPTSUFFIX, SCRIPTURL, SCRIPTURLPATH, SCRIPTURLPATH{"script"}, SITENAME, ReadOnlyAndMirrorWebs, MetadataRepository, TWikiScripts (this topic)

    SCRIPTURLPATH -- base URL path of TWiki scripts

    SCRIPTURLPATH{"script"} -- URL path of TWiki script

    • As %SCRIPTURL{"script"}%, but doesn't include the protocol and host part of the URL
    • Like %SCRIPTURL{"script"}%, this variable is aware of ReadOnlyAndMirrorWebs. So it may return a URL of a different site.
    • Syntax: %SCRIPTURLPATH{"script" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "script" The name of the script.  
      web="WEB" Specifies a web When a topic name is specified and a web is not, the current web is assumed
      topic="TOPIC" or topic="WEB.TOPIC" Specifies a topic or both a web and a topic  
      master="on" A URL on the master site is needed or not. off
    • If web="WEB" is specified but topic is not specified, the resulting URL ends with WEB.
    • Example: %SCRIPTURLPATH{"view"}% expands to "/bin/view" (This might be a null string. Hence surrounded by double quotes)
    • Example: %SCRIPTURLPATH{"view" web="%WEB%"}% expands to /bin/view/TWiki
    • Example: %SCRIPTURLPATH{"view" topic="%TOPIC%"}% expands to /bin/view/TWiki/VarSCRIPTURLPATH2
    • Example: Let's assume this site has a web named 'Flowers' whose master site is http://florawiki/cgi-bin. Then %SCRIPTURLPATH{"edit" web="Flowers"}% expands to http://florawiki/cgi-bin/edit/Flowers. This is because the 'Flower' web on this site is a slave and editing needs to happen on the master site.
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: CONTENTMODE, PUBURLPATH, SCRIPTNAME, SCRIPTSUFFIX, SCRIPTURL, SCRIPTURL{"script"}, SCRIPTURLPATH, ReadOnlyAndMirrorWebs, MetadataRepository, TWikiScripts (this topic)

    SEARCH{"text"} -- search content

    • Inline search, shows a search result embedded in a topic
    • Syntax: %SEARCH{"text" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "text" Search term. Is a keyword search, literal search, regular expression search, or query, depending on the type parameter. SearchHelp has more required
      search="text" (Alternative to above) N/A
      web="Name"
      web="Main, Know"
      web="all"
      Comma-separated list of webs to search. You can specifically exclude webs from an all search using a minus sign - for example, web="all,-Secretweb". The special word all means all webs that do not have the NOSEARCHALL variable set to on in their WebPreferences. Note that TWikiAccessControls are respected when searching webs; it is much better to use them than NOSEARCHALL. Current web
      topic="WebPreferences"
      topic="*Bug"
      Limit search to topics: A topic, a topic with asterisk wildcards, or a list of topics separated by comma. Note this is a list of topic names and must not include web names. All topics in a web
      excludetopic="Web*"
      excludetopic="WebHome, WebChanges"
      Exclude topics from search: A topic, a topic with asterisk wildcards, or a list of topics separated by comma. Note this is a list of topic names and must not include web names. None
      scope="topic"
      scope="text"
      scope="all"
      Search topic name (title); the text (body) of topic; or all (title and body) "text"
      type="keyword"
      type="word"
      type="literal"
      type="regex"
      type="query"
      Control how the search is performed when scope="text" or scope="all"
      keyword: use Google-like controls as in soap "web service" -shampoo; searches word parts: using the example, topics with "soapsuds" will be found as well, but topics with "shampoos" will be excluded
      word: identical to keyword but searches whole words: topics with "soapsuds" will not be found, and topics with "shampoos" will not be excluded
      literal: search for the exact string, like web service
      regex: use a RegularExpression search like soap;web service;!shampoo; to search on whole words use \bsoap\b
      query: query search of form fields and other meta-data, like (Firstname='Emma' OR Firstname='John') AND Lastname='Peel'
      %SEARCHVAR- DEFAULTTYPE% preferences setting (literal)
      sort="topic"
      sort="created"
      sort="modified"
      sort="editby"
      sort="parent"
      sort=
       "formfield(name)"
      Sort the results of search by the topic names, topic creation time, last modified time, last editor, parent topic name, or named field of TWikiForms. The sorting is done web by web; if you want to sort across webs, create a formatted table and sort it with TablePlugin's initsort. Note that dates are sorted most recent date last (i.e at the bottom of the table). Legacy order parameter is used in case sort is not specified. Sort by topic name
      start="0"
      start="20"
      Specify the number of results to skip. This is done after sorting if sort parameter is specified. This is intended for pagination of results. If this parameter is specified, %NTOPICS% in the search template is replaced with the number of topics matched. Without this parameter, %NTOPICS% doesn't exceed the limit value. No results skipped
      limit="all"
      limit="16"
      Limit the number of results returned. This is done after sorting if sort parameter is specified. This parameter specifing the number of results remains the same in the presense of the start parameter. Assuming there are more than 20 results matched, start="10" limit="10" results in 11th to 20th results are returned All results
      date="..." limits the results to those pages with latest edit time in the given time interval. All results
      createdate="..." similar to date but it's about create time instead of last edit. You can specify both date and createdate, in which case topics matching both conditions are shown. All results
      reverse="on" Reverse the direction of the search Ascending search
      casesensitive="on" Case sensitive search Ignore case
      bookview="on" BookView search, e.g. show complete topic text Show topic summary
      nonoise="on" Shorthand for nosummary="on" nosearch="on" nototal="on" zeroresults="off" noheader="on" noempty="on" Off
      nosummary="on" Show topic title only Show topic summary
      nosearch="on" Suppress search string Show search string
      noheader="on" Suppress default search header
      Topics: Changed: By: , unless a header is explicitly specified
      Show default search header, unless search is inline and a format is specified (Cairo compatibility)
      nototal="on" Do not show number of topics found Show number
      zeroresults="off" Suppress all output if there are no hits zeroresults="on", displays: "Number of topics: 0"
      noempty="on" Suppress results for webs that have no hits. Show webs with no hits
      headingoffset="2" Adjust the level of headings in text of topics found, taking effect in $text and $pattern() of a FormattedSearch. A "2" or "+2" increases the level by two, e.g. a ---+ H1 turns into a ---+++ H3. Positive and negative values are supported. Adjusted min and max levels are H1 and H6, respectively. no adjustment
      header="..."
      format="..."
      footer="..."
      Custom format results. See FormattedSearch for usage, variables & examples Results in table
      default="..." Default message if there are no hits in a web. See FormattedSearch for usage, variables & examples No output
      expandvariables="on" Expand variables before applying a FormattedSearch on a search hit. Useful to show the expanded text, e.g. to show the result of a SpreadSheetPlugin %CALC{}% instead of the formula Raw text
      multiple="on" Multiple hits per topic. Each hit can be formatted. The last token is used in case of a regular expression ";" and search Only one hit per topic
      nofinalnewline="on" If on, the search variable does not end in a line by itself. Any text continuing immediately after the search variable on the same line will be rendered as part of the table generated by the search, if appropriate. off
      recurse="on" Recurse into subwebs, if subwebs are enabled. off
      separator=", " Line separator between search hits "$n" (Newline)
      newline="%BR%" Line separator within a search hit. Useful if you want to put multi-line content into a table cell, for example if the format="" parameter contains a $pattern() that captures more than one line, or contains a $formfield() that returns a multi-line textfield. "$n" (Newline)
      encode="html" Encode special characters into HTML entities. If a FORMFIELD is passed into an HTML form field it should be encoded as "html". Additional encodings available: encode="quote", encode="moderate", encode="safe", encode="entity" and encode="url". See ENCODE for details. no encoding
    • Example: %SEARCH{"wiki" web="Main" scope="topic"}%
    • Example with format: %SEARCH{"FAQ" scope="topic" nosearch="on" nototal="on" header="| *Topic: * | *Summary: * |" format="| $topic | $summary |"}% (displays results in a table with header - details)
    • HELP Hint: If the TWiki:Plugins.TablePlugin is installed, you may set a %TABLE{}% variable just before the %SEARCH{}% to alter the output of a search. Example: %TABLE{ tablewidth="90%" }%
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, DatabaseAndFormsVariables, ExportAndPublishingVariables, SearchingAndListingVariables
    • Related: EDITFORMFIELD, FORMFIELD, META, METASEARCH, TOPICLIST, WEBLIST, FormattedSearch, SearchResultsPagination, QuerySearch, SearchHelp, SearchPatternCookbook, RegularExpression (this topic)

    SERVERTIME -- server time

    SERVERTIME{"format"} -- formatted server time

    SESSIONID -- unique ID for this session

    SESSIONVAR -- name of CGI and session variable that stores the session ID

    SESSION_VARIABLE -- get, set or clear a session variable

    SET{"name" value="..."} -- set a variable

    SETGETDUMP{...} -- dump persistent variables

    SILVER -- start silver colored text

    SITENAME -- the current site name

    SITESTATISTICSTOPIC -- name of site statistics topic

    SLIDESHOWEND -- end slideshow

    SLIDESHOWSTART -- convert a topic with headings into a slideshow

    SPACEDTOPIC -- topic name, spaced and URL-encoded deprecated

    • The current topic name with added URL-encoded spaces, for use in regular expressions that search for backlinks to the current topic
    • Syntax: %SPACEDTOPIC%
    • Expands to: Var%20*SPACEDTOPIC
    • Note: This is a deprecated variable. It can be duplicated with %ENCODE{%SPACEOUT{"%TOPIC%" separator=" *"}%}%
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: SPACEOUT, TOPIC, ENCODE (this topic)

    SPACEOUT{"string"} -- renders string with spaces inserted in sensible places

    • Inserts spaces after lower case letters that are followed by a digit or a capital letter, and after digits that are followed by a capital letter.
    • Useful for spacing out WikiWords
    • Syntax: %SPACEOUT{ "%TOPIC%" }%
    • Expands to: TWiki Variables Search
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      separator The separator to put between words e.g. %SPACEOUT{"DogsCatsBudgies" separator=", "}% -> Dogs, Cats, Budgies ' '
    • TIP Hint: Spaced out WikiWords are not automatically linked. To SPACEOUT a WikiWord but preserve the link use "double bracket" format. For example, [[WebHome][%SPACEOUT{"WebHome"}%]] expands to Web Home
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables
    • Related: SPACEDTOPIC, $PROPERSPACE() of SpreadSheetPlugin (this topic)

    STARTINCLUDE -- start position of topic text if included

    STARTSECTION -- marks the start of a section within a topic

    • Section boundaries are defined with %STARTSECTION{}% and %ENDSECTION{}%.
    • Sections may be given a name to help identify them, and/or a type, which changes how they are used.
      • type="section" - the default, used for a generic section, such as a named section used by INCLUDE.
      • type="include" - like %STARTINCLUDE% ... %STOPINCLUDE% except that you can have as many include blocks as you want (%STARTINCLUDE% is restricted to only one).
      • type="templateonly" - start position of text to be removed when a template topic is used. Use this to embed text that you do not want expanded when a new topic based on the template topic is created. TWikiTemplates has more.
      • type="expandvariables" - start position where TWikiVariables get expanded when a new topic is created. As documented in TWikiTemplates#VariableExpansion, only certain variables get expanded when a new topic based on the template topic is created. All variables get expanded within a "expandvariables" section.
    • Syntax: %STARTSECTION{"name"}% ................... %ENDSECTION{"name"}%
    • Syntax: %STARTSECTION{type="include"}% ........... %ENDSECTION{type="include"}%
    • Syntax: %STARTSECTION{type="templateonly"}% ...... %ENDSECTION{type="templateonly"}%
    • Syntax: %STARTSECTION{type="expandvariables"}% ... %ENDSECTION{type="expandvariables"}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default
      "name" Name of the section. Must be unique inside a topic. Generated name
      type="..." Type of the section; type "section", "include", "templateonly", or "expandvariables" "section"
      disablefixlinks="on" Only for named sections: Bypass fixing WikiWord links if section is included from a topic in another web. Fixing links in included text such as from SomeLink to Thisweb.SomeLink is usually desirable so that links in included text still point to the same target. fix links
    • ALERT! Note: If a section is not given a name, it will be assigned one. Unnamed sections are assigned names starting with _SECTION0 for the first unnamed section in the topic, _SECTION1 for the second, etc..
    • ALERT! Note: You can define nested sections. Do not overlap sections. Use named sections to make sure that the correct START and ENDs are matched. Section markers are not displayed when a topic is viewed.
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, WorkflowAndAutomationVariables
    • Related: ENDSECTION, HIDE, INCLUDE, NOP, STARTINCLUDE, STOPINCLUDE (this topic)

    STATISTICSTOPIC -- name of statistics topic

    STOPINCLUDE -- end position of topic text if included

    SYSTEMWEB -- name of TWiki documentation web

    T -- tip icon

    TABLE{ attributes } -- control attributes of tables and sorting of table columns

    • The %TABLE{}% variable is handled by the TablePlugin
    • Syntax: %TABLE{ attributes }%

    • Supported attributes:
      Argument Comment Default value Example
      sort Set table sorting by clicking headers "on" or "off". unspecified sort="on"
      initsort Column to sort initially ("1" to number of columns). unspecified initsort="2"
      initdirection Initial sorting direction for initsort, set to "up" (descending) or "down" (ascending). unspecified initdirection="up"
      disableallsort Disable all sorting, both initsort and header sort. This is mainly used by plugins such as the EditTablePlugin to disable sorting in a table while editing the table. unspecified disableallsort="on"
      headerbg Header cell background color. "#6b7f93" headerbg="#999999"
      headerbgsorted Header cell background color of a sorted column. the value of headerbg headerbgsorted="#32596c"
      headercolor Header cell text color. "#ffffff" headercolor="#0000cc"
      databg Data cell background color, a comma separated list. Specify "none" for no color, that is to use the color/background of the page the table is on. "#edf4f9,#ffffff" databg="#f2f2f2,#ffffff"
      databgsorted Data cell background color of a sorted column; see databg. the values of databg databgsorted="#d4e8e4,#e5f5ea"
      datacolor Data cell text color, a comma separated list. unspecified datacolor="#0000CC, #000000"
      tableborder Table border width (pixels). "1" tableborder="2"
      tableframe Table frame, set to "void" (no sides), "above" (the top side only), "below" (the bottom side only), "hsides" (the top and bottom sides only), "lhs" (the left-hand side only), "rhs" (the right-hand side only), "vsides" (the right and left sides only), "box" (all four sides), "border" (all four sides). unspecified tableframe="hsides"
      tablerules Table rules, set to "none" (no rules), "groups" (rules will appear between row groups and column groups only), "rows" (rules will appear between rows only), "cols" (rules will appear between columns only), "all" (rules will appear between all rows and columns). unspecified tablerules="rows"
      cellpadding Cell padding (pixels). "0" cellpadding="0"
      cellspacing Cell spacing (pixels). "0" cellspacing="3"
      cellborder Cell border width (pixels). unspecified cellborder="0"
      valign Vertical alignment of cells and headers, set to "top", "middle", "bottom" or "baseline". unspecified valign="top"
      headervalign Vertical alignment of header cells; overrides valign. unspecified headervalign="top"
      datavalign Vertical alignment of data cells; overrides valign. unspecified datavalign="top"
      headeralign Header cell alignment, one value for all columns, or a comma separated list for different alignment of individual columns. Set to "left", "center", "right" or "justify". Overrides individual cell settings. unspecified headeralign="left,right"
      dataalign Data cell alignment, one value for all columns, or a comma separated list for different alignment of individual columns. Set to "left", "center", "right" or "justify". Overrides individual cell settings. unspecified dataalign="center"
      tablewidth Table width: Percentage of window width, or absolute pixel value. unspecified tablewidth="100%"
      columnwidths Column widths: Comma delimited list of column widths, percentage or absolute pixel value. unspecified columnwidths="80%,20%"
      headerrows Number of header rows to exclude from sort. (will be rendered in a HTML thead section) (determined automatically) headerrows="2"
      footerrows Number of footer rows to exclude from sort. (will be rendered in a HTML tfoot section) "0" footerrows="1"
      id Unique table identifier string, used for targeting a table with CSS. tableN (where N is the table order number on the page) id="userTable"
      summary Table summary used by screenreaders: A summary of what the table presents. It should provide an orientation for someone who listens to the table. unspecified summary="List of subscribed users"
      caption Table caption: A title that will be displayed just above the table. unspecified caption="Users"

    TEAL -- start teal colored text

    TOC -- table of contents of current topic

    • Table of Contents. Shows a TOC that is generated automatically based on headings of the current topic. Headings in WikiSyntax ("---++ text") and HTML ("<h2>text</h2>") are taken into account. Any heading text after "!!" is excluded from the TOC; for example, write "---+!! text" if you do not want to list a header in the TOC. An abbreviated heading can be shown in the TOC, such as "---++ text!! this is excluded from TOC".
    • Syntax: %TOC%
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables, UIAndVisualizationVariables
    • Related: INCLUDE, TOC{"Topic"} (this topic)

    TOC{"Topic"} -- table of contents

    • Table of Contents. Shows a TOC that is generated automatically based on headings of a topic. Headings in WikiSyntax ("---++ text") and HTML ("<h2>text</h2>") are taken into account. Any heading text after "!!" is excluded from the TOC; for example, write "---+!! text" if you do not want to list a header in the TOC. An abbreviated heading can be shown in the TOC, such as "---++ text!! this is excluded from TOC".
    • Syntax: %TOC{"SomeTopic" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "TopicName" Topic name Current topic
      web="Name" Name of web Current web
      depth="2" Limit depth of headings shown in TOC 6
      title="Some text" Title to appear at top of TOC none (TOC_TITLE setting)
      style="..." Style to apply to the TOC none (TOC_STYLE setting)
    • Example: %TOC{depth="2"}%
    • Example: %TOC{"TWikiDocumentation" web="TWiki" title="Contents:" style="float: right;"}%
    • Category: FormattingAndRenderingVariables, UIAndVisualizationVariables
    • Related: INCLUDE, TOC (this topic)

    TOPIC -- name of current topic

    TOPICLIST{"format"} -- topic index of a web

    • List of all topics in a web. The "format" defines the format of one topic item. It may include variables: The $topic variable gets expanded to the topic name, $marker to marker parameter where topic matches selection, and $web to the name of the web, or any of the standard FormatTokens.
    • Syntax: %TOPICLIST{"format" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "format" Format of one line, may include $web (name of web), $topic (name of the topic), $marker (which expands to marker for the item matching selection only) "$topic"
      format="format" (Alternative to above) "$topic"
      separator=", " line separator "$n" (new line)
      marker="selected" Text for $marker if the item matches selection "selected"
      selection="TopicA, TopicB" Current value to be selected in list (none)
      web="Name" Name of web Current web
    • Example: %TOPICLIST{"   * $web.$topic"}% creates a bullet list of all topics
    • Example: %TOPICLIST{separator=", "}% creates a comma separated list of all topics
    • Example: %TOPICLIST{" <option>$topic</option>"}% creates an option list (for drop down menus)
    • Example: <select>%TOPICLIST{" <option $marker value='$topic'>$topic</option>" separator=" " selection="%TOPIC%"}%</select> creates an option list of web topics with the current topic selected
    • Category: SearchingAndListingVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: SEARCH, WEBLIST (this topic)

    TOPICTITLE -- title of a topic

    • The topic title is defined by, in order of sequence:
      • form field named "Title",
      • topic preference setting named TITLE,
      • topic name.
    • Syntax: %TOPICTITLE% or %TOPICTITLE{ topic="TopicName" }%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      topic="..." Topic to get the title from. May be of form Web.TopicName Current topic
      encode="html" Encode special characters into HTML entities. If a TOPICTITLE is passed into an HTML form field it should be encoded as "html". Additional encodings: encode="quote", encode="moderate", encode="safe", encode="entity" and encode="url". See ENCODE for details. "" (no encoding)
    • Example: %TOPICTITLE{topic="Projects.SushiProject"}% returns Sushi Project assuming the topic has a form field named "Title" with value "Sushi Project"
    • Expands to: TWikiVariablesSearch
    • Category: SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: BASETOPIC, INCLUDINGTOPIC, PARENTTOPIC, TOPIC, TOPICLIST, TOPICURL, WEB (this topic)

    TOPICURL -- shortcut to viewing the current topic

    TWIKIWEB -- synonym for SYSTEMWEB

    TWISTY{ attributes } -- dynamically open and close sections of content

    U -- "updated" icon

    URLPARAM{"name"} -- get value of a URL parameter

    • Returns the value of a URL parameter.
    • Syntax: %URLPARAM{"name"}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "name" The name of a URL parameter required
      newline="$br" Convert newlines in textarea to other delimiters. Variables $br (for <br /> tag), $n (for newline) are expanded. Other text is encoded based on encode parameter. no conversion
      encode="off" Turn off encoding. See important security note below encode="safe"
      encode="quote" Escape double quotes with backslashes (\"), does not change other characters; required when feeding URL parameters into other TWiki variables. This encoding does not protect against cross-site scripting. encode="safe"
      encode="moderate" Encode special characters into HTML entities for moderate cross-site scripting protection: "<", ">", single quote (') and double quote (") are encoded. Useful to allow TWiki variables in comment boxes. encode="safe"
      encode="safe" Encode special characters into HTML entities for cross-site scripting protection: "<", ">", "%", single quote (') and double quote (") are encoded. (this is the default)
      encode="entity" Encode special characters into HTML entities. See ENCODE for details. encode="safe"
      encode="html" Encode special characters into HTML entities. In addition to encode="entity", it also encodes space, newline (\n) and linefeed (\r). Useful to encode text properly in HTML input fields. encode="safe"
      encode="url" Encode special characters for URL parameter use, like a double quote into %22 encode="safe"
      multiple="on"
      multiple="[[$item]]"
      If set, gets all selected elements of a <select multiple="multiple"> tag. A format can be specified, with $item indicating the element, e.g. multiple="Option: $item" first element
      separator=", " Separator between multiple selections. Only relevant if multiple is specified "\n" (newline)
      format="..." Format the result. $value expands to the URL parameter. If multiple is specified, $value expands to the result of the concatenated items. "$value"
      default="..." Default value in case parameter is empty or missing. The format parameter is not applied. empty string
    • Example: %URLPARAM{"skin"}% returns print for a .../view/TWiki/TWikiVariablesSearch?skin=print URL
    • ALERT! Notes:
      • IMPORTANT: There is a risk that this variable can be misused for cross-site scripting (XSS) if the encoding is turned off. The encode="safe" is the default, it provides a safe middle ground. The encode="entity" is more aggressive, but some TWiki applications might not work.
      • URL parameters passed into HTML form fields should be encoded as "html".
        Example: <input type="text" name="address" value="%URLPARAM{ "address" encode="html" }%" />
      • Double quotes in URL parameters must be escaped when passed into other TWiki variables.
        Example: %SEARCH{ "%URLPARAM{ "search" encode="quotes" }%" noheader="on" }%
      • When used in a template topic, this variable will be expanded when the template is used to create a new topic. See TWikiTemplates#TemplateTopicsVars for details.
      • Watch out for TWiki internal parameters, such as rev, skin, template, topic, web; they have a special meaning in TWiki. Common parameters and view script specific parameters are documented at TWikiScripts.
      • If you have %URLPARAM{ in the value of a URL parameter, it will be modified to %<nop>URLPARAM{. This is to prevent an infinite loop during expansion.
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: ENCODE, ENTITY, SEARCH, FormattedSearch, QUERYSTRING (this topic)

    USERINFO{"name"} -- retrieve details about a user

    • Syntax: %USERINFO%
    • Expands to: guest, TWikiGuest, (comma-separated list of the username, wikiusername, and emails)
    • With formatted output, using tokens $emails, $username, $wikiname, $wikiusername, $groups and $admin ($admin returns 'true' or 'false'):
      • Example: %USERINFO{ format="$username is really $wikiname" }%
      • Expands to: guest is really TWikiGuest
    • Retrieve information about another user:
      • Example: %USERINFO{ "TWikiGuest" format="$username is really $wikiname" }%
      • Expands to: guest is really TWikiGuest
      • Note: The parameter should be the wikiname of a user. Since TWiki 4.2.1, you can also pass a login name. You can only get information about another user if the {AntiSpam}{HideUserDetails} configuration option is not enabled, or if you are an admin. (User details are hidden in this TWiki)
    • Category: SystemInformationVariables, UsersAndAuthenticationVariables
    • Related: USERNAME, WIKINAME, WIKIUSERNAME, TWikiUserAuthentication, ChangeEmailAddress (this topic)

    USERNAME -- your login username

    USERREPORT -- show user reports with profile pictures

    • Show various user reports documented in UserReports
    • Syntax: %USERREPORT{ action="..." ... }%
    • Overview of actions with parameters:
      Report action= Parameters
      Show a simple list of registered users "user_list" search, limit, sort, reverse
      Show the profile picture image of a user "profile_picture" user, height, width, title
      Show slim, one line height user boxes "slim_box_start"
      "slim_box" or
      "slim_box_list"
      "slim_box_end"
      style
      user, style
      users, style
      none
      Show small, two line height user boxes "small_box_start"
      "small_box" or
      "small_box_list"
      "small_box_end"
      style
      user, style
      users, style
      none
      Show users in business card format "business_card_start"
      "business_card" or
      "business_card_list"
      "business_card_end"
      style
      user, style
      users, style
      none
      Show a selector to pick a user,
      for use in HTML forms
      "select_one_user" name, selected, users
      Show rows of checkboxes to select users,
      for use in HTML forms
      "select_users" name, selected, users, colums, style
    • Example: %USERREPORT{ action="user_list" search="jane" limit="5" }%
    • Category: AdministrationVariables, DevelopmentVariables, UsersAndAuthenticationVariables
    • Related: BUBBLESIG, SEARCH, USERSIG, UserList, UserReports (this topic)

    USERSIG -- show user signature with profile picture icon

    USERSWEB -- name of users web

    VAR{"NAME" ...} -- get a preference value from another web or topic and more

    • Gets the value of a variable in various manners.
      • If the topic parameter is specified, it gets the value of the specified preferences variable in the specified topic. Please note that the WebPreferences of the web of the specified topic is not examined. So the returned value may not be the same as the value of the variable when the specified topic is viewed.
      • If the topic parameter is not specified and the web parameter is specified, it gets the value of the specified preferences variable in the specified web, which means the specified web's WebPreferences is examined for the variable.
      • If the neither the topic nor web parameter is specified, it gets the value of the specified variable in the current context -- the variable can either be a preferences variable or a session variable but cannot be a tag with a tag handler (e.g. %GMTIME%).
        %VAR{"NAME"}% is similar to %NAME%, but they differ if NAME is undefined, in which case %VAR{"NAME"}% is expanded to null (zero width string) while %NAME% remains as is (%NAME%). %VAR{"NAME"}% yields the same value as %IF{"defined NAME" then="$percntNAME$percnt"}% if NAME is a variable, but the latter is cubmersome.
    • Syntax: %VAR{"NAME" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "Variable" The name of the variable to be retrieved. If not specified, %VAR{...}% is expanded to null. required
      topic="Web.Topic" Specifies the topic in which the specified preferences vaiable is fetched. none
      topic="Topic" Same as above, but the web is specified specified explicitly with the web parameter or the current web is specified. none
      web="Web" Specifies the web in which the specified preferences variable is fetched. none
      default="Value" Specifies the value to be returned if the specified variable is undefined. "" (null string)
      ignorenull="on" If specified, a null string ("") value is regarded as undefined. This affects whether or not the value specified by the default parameter is returned. "off"
    • Example 1: To get the members of TWikiAdminGroup, %VAR{"GROUP" topic="%USERSWEB%.TWikiAdminGroup"}%, which expands to GarethRoy, GordonStewart, DavidCrooks, SamSkipsey.
    • Example 2: To get %WEBBGCOLOR% of the Main web write %VAR{"WEBBGCOLOR" web="Main"}%, which expands to #FFEFA6
    • Example 3: Let's say you are writing the "foo" skin. And you want to have the users specify a string inserted in the head tag with FOOSKIN_HTML_HEAD_HOOK. That can be achived by the following:
      %VARVAL{"FOOSKIN_HTML_HEAD_HOOK" default="<nop>" ignorenull="on"}%
    • Category: DevelopmentVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: ALLVARIABLES, WEBPREFSTOPIC (this topic)

    VBAR -- vertical bar

    WEB -- name of current web

    • %WEB% expands to the name of the web where the topic is located. If you are looking at the text of an included topic, it is the web where the included topic is located.
    • Syntax: %WEB%, expands to: TWiki
    • Syntax: %WEB{format="..."}%
    • Supported parameter:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      format="..." Format, may include tokens $web (the full web path), $parents (parent webs, if any), $current (current web without parent webs), $top (top-level web with any subwebs removed) "$web"
    • Example, assuming %WEB% is Engineering/TechPubs/Apps:
      %WEB{format="Parent webs: $parents, current web: $current, top-level web: $top"}% returns: Parent webs: Engineering/TechPubs, current web: Apps, top-level web: Engineering
    • Category: SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: BASEWEB, INCLUDINGWEB, TOPIC (this topic)

    WEBLIST{"format"} -- index of all webs

    • List of all webs. Obfusticated webs are excluded, e.g. webs with a NOSEARCHALL = on preference variable. The "format" defines the format of one web item. The $name variable gets expanded to the name of the web, $qname gets expanded to double quoted name, $marker to marker where web matches selection.
    • Syntax: %WEBLIST{"format" ...}%
    • Supported parameters:
      Parameter: Description: Default:
      "format" Format of one line, may include following items. In addtion, the standard special tokens are handled accordingly.
      Item Description
      $name the name of the web
      $qname the name of the web in double quotes
      $indentedname the name of the web with parent web names replaced by indents, for use in indented lists
      $listindent expands to multiple-of-3 spaces for bullet (*) and numberd (1., a., etc.) lists. It's relative to the depth of the web specified by the subwebs parameter. See an example below.
      $marker expands to marker for the item matching selection only
      $web expands to the value specified by the web parameter
      If you need to have a letter immediately after an item listed above, use $nop(), one of FormatTokens. e.g. $name$nop()a
      "$name"
      format="format" (Alternative to above) "$name"
      separator=", " Line separator "$n" (new line)
      web="" if you specify $web in format, it will be replaced with this ""
      webs="public" Comma separated list of webs. There are special webs:
      Item Description
      public expands to all non-hidden webs.
      cancopyto similar to public, but webs to which a topic of the current web cannot be copied to are excluded. Specifically, excluded are read-only webs and mirror webs.
      canmoveto similar to cancopyto, but webs to which a topic of the current web cannot be moved to are excluded. Specifically, excluded are webs residing on different disks from the current web.
      webtemplate expands to all template webs, whose name start with underscore (_)
      NOTE 1: Administrators will see all webs, not just the public ones.
      NOTE 2: If MetadataRepository is used and webs are required to be registered, then cancopyto, canmoveto, and webtemplate behave differently.
      • cancopyto and canmoveto results include all top level webs and subwebs of the current webs are listed regardless of accessibility - subwebs of non-current webs are excluded. They also include the user's subweb.
      • webtemplate result has top level template webs only.
      "public"
      marker="selected" Text for $marker if the item matches selection "selected"
      selection="%WEB%" Current value to be selected in list selection="%WEB%"
      subwebs="Sandbox" Show webs that are a sub-web of this one (recursivly) ""
      depth="1" Specify the maximum depth of recursive search. E.g. %WEBLIST{depth="1"}% shows only top level webs. %WEBLIST{subwebs="Foo" depth="1"}% shows the direct subwebs of Foo. (no maximum depth)
      limit="30" Limit number of webs to show "" (all)
      overlimit="..." Message shown if over limit, such as: overlimit="   * [[%SYSTEMWEB%.SiteMap][More...]]" ""
    • Example: %WEBLIST{"$listindent   * [[$name.WebHome]]"}% - creates a indented bullet list of all webs.
    • Example: <form><select name="web"> %WEBLIST{"<option $marker value=$qname>$name</option>" webs="Trash, public" selection="%WEB%" separator=" "}% </select></form> - creates a dropdown of all public webs + Trash web, with the current web highlighted.
    • Category: SearchingAndListingVariables, SystemInformationVariables
    • Related: TOPICLIST, SEARCH, MetadataRepository, ReadOnlyAndMirrorWebs, UsingMultipleDisks (this topic)

    WEBPREFSTOPIC -- name of web preferences topic

    WHITE -- start white colored text

    WIKIHOMEURL -- site home URL

    WIKILOGOALT -- site logo tooltip message

    WIKILOGOIMG -- site logo image URL

    WIKILOGOURL -- site logo home URL

    WIKINAME -- your Wiki username

    WIKIPREFSTOPIC -- name of site-wide preferences topic

    WIKITOOLNAME -- name of your TWiki site

    WIKIUSERNAME -- your Wiki username with web prefix

    WIKIUSERSTOPIC -- name of topic listing all registers users

    WIKIVERSION -- the version of the installed TWiki engine

    WIP -- work in progress icon

    X -- warning icon

    Y -- "yes" icon

    YELLOW -- start yellow colored text

    Total: 177 variables

    Related Topics: UserDocumentationCategory, TWikiVariables, TWikiVariablesWizard, TWikiVariablesQuickStart, SearchHelp

Topic revision: r2 - 2013-04-22 - TWikiContributor
 
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