Suppose you are making multiple passes through a set of pages for different kinds of editing. You'd like to know which ones you've looked at. I wonder if there's an easy way to reset every page to unread status?
davidtango to reset every page to unread status
I am not aware that something like a "visited" status already exists. Is there a plugin for this?
- Michael Sy.
In the default template, when a new page is created or edited, if you haven't visited it yet, its link is colored green. After you visit the page, and links to it for you are colored blue.
davidtango In the default template, when a new page is created or edited, if you haven't visited it yet, its link is colored green. After you visit the page, and links to it for you are colored blue.
That sounds wrong and is not the behaviour of the default template. We do not color visited page links different from unvisited ones. (Unless you somehow override the styles in your browser).
That's not controlled by DokuWiki, you have to reset/delete your browser history.
cziehr "you have to reset/delete your browser history." That's probably the best answer for my purpose, where I want at certain editing stages reset every link to unvisited so that I can easily see which ones I've touched.
This page has other interesting approaches
I've been making a struct schema with a dropdown for "is this updated?" and then selecting yes only when the page has been updated.
This https://www.dokuwiki.org/template:dokuwiki#changing_the_width_and_other_styles explains how the colors are set.
@davidtango An alternative for you might be the Structstatus plugin.
michaelsy Thank you, Michael. That structstatus plugin looks interesting.