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farms [2015/02/07 08:55]
tower [Version]
farms [2016/01/16 15:13]
tower [Instructions]
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 This is based on the ''​.htaccess''​ method of creating dokuwiki farms. This is based on the ''​.htaccess''​ method of creating dokuwiki farms.
 ===== Instructions ===== ===== Instructions =====
-You must create a media directory which your animal will access instead of the default ''​ckgedit/​fckeditor/​userfiles''​ directory, which gives ckgedit access to data/​media. ​ Every animal requires its own directory to access its media files. ​ Like ''​userfiles''​ these directories will be located in ''​ckgedit/​fckeditor''​. 
-So if you have animals cat and dog, then you will have:  ​ 
  
-    ​fckeditor +You must create a media directory which your animal will access instead of the default ''​ckgedit/​fckeditor/​userfiles''​ directory, which gives ckgedit access to data/media. Every animal requires its own directory to access its media files. Like ''​userfiles''​ these directories will be located in ''​ckgedit/​fckeditor''​. So if you have animals cat and dog, then you will have: 
-         ​cat +<​code>​ 
-         ​dog +  fckeditor 
-         ​userfiles+       cat 
 +       ​dog 
 +       ​userfiles 
 +</​code>​
  
-In each of these new directories you must create links to their actual media directories. ​ You need at least three links named as follows: +In each of these new directories you must create links to their actual media directories. You need at least three links named as follows: 
-     ​media + 
-     ​image +<​code>​ 
-     file    +   media 
-           ​ +   ​image 
-They must all point to the data/media directory created for the animal. ​ +   file 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +They must all point to the data/media directory created for the animal. ​In addition you should copy blink.jpg and the relevant htaccess file from the fckeditor/​userfiles directory into your new directory.
  
 The final step is to create a new ''​animal''​ configuration item in the local.php of each animal. For instance, in cat/​conf/​local.php:​ The final step is to create a new ''​animal''​ configuration item in the local.php of each animal. For instance, in cat/​conf/​local.php:​
 +<​code>​
 +  $conf['​animal'​] ='​cat';​
 +</​code>​
  
-    $conf['​animal'​] ='​cat'; ​           
-    ​ 
 ===== Issues ​ ===== ===== Issues ​ =====
 So far, only one issue has arisen, the text names for internal media files. ​ If for instance you have a pdf file named ''​instructions.pdf''​ in the the ''​docs''​ folder, the display name which appears on the screen will be the complete path to ''/​farmer/​lib/​plugins/​ckgedit/​fckeditor/​animal/​file/​docs/​instructions.pdf''​. ​ This will appear after you click OK in the link dialog. ​ You may revise this to whatever you want; the underlying link will still be correct. So far, only one issue has arisen, the text names for internal media files. ​ If for instance you have a pdf file named ''​instructions.pdf''​ in the the ''​docs''​ folder, the display name which appears on the screen will be the complete path to ''/​farmer/​lib/​plugins/​ckgedit/​fckeditor/​animal/​file/​docs/​instructions.pdf''​. ​ This will appear after you click OK in the link dialog. ​ You may revise this to whatever you want; the underlying link will still be correct.