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Galleries, Presentations, and Gophers. - 12/09/2014 Public

I'm getting close to releasing to Version 1.02. Some new features that I've added in the last week or so are the ability in the wiki to have media list and presentation pages. On a wiki page you can upload media files which can then be inserted into the wiki page you are editing. These can be images, video, sounds files, etc. Wiki pages now have a Settings form in which you can set the Title, Author, and meta description and robot behavior for when the page is viewed in a logged in context. This form also controls the wiki page type. Besides the default page type, the media list type allows one to have a page which just lists out all the files you have associated with a page. This is convenient to make galleries of images or videos, or playlists of songs. The Presentation type let's you represent your page as a slide show presentation much like a powerpoint. "...." on a line by itself is the wiki syntax for separating one slide from the next. Finally, one last fun thing I've added support for is to crawl sites using the Gopher Protocol. This was an interesting alternative to web which is actually older and may be more useful for the visually impaired.
 
I'm getting close to releasing to Version 1.02. Some new features that I've added in the last week or so are the ability in the wiki to have media list and presentation pages. On a wiki page you can upload media files which can then be inserted into the wiki page you are editing. These can be images, video, sounds files, etc. Wiki pages now have a Settings form in which you can set the Title, Author, and meta description and robot behavior for when the page is viewed in a logged in context. This form also controls the wiki page type. Besides the default page type, the media list type allows one to have a page which just lists out all the files you have associated with a page. This is convenient to make galleries of images or videos, or playlists of songs. The Presentation type let's you represent your page as a slide show presentation much like a powerpoint. "...." on a line by itself is the wiki syntax for separating one slide from the next. Finally, one last fun thing I've added support for is to crawl sites using the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gopher_%28protocol%29|Gopher Protocol]]. This was an interesting alternative to web which is actually older and may be more useful for the visually impaired.
 
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