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In a former version of a project wiki on Github was a separation between the page filename and page title. So we build up our Wiki in a manner, that some well defined prefixes in the filename describe the overall context of the particular page.

Sample:

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At the page themselves we used a title-tag on top of the page to get the title in the rendered HTML-page.

Here “= Tabelle: Anhänge bzw. Attachments” for the page with filename “data+table+Attachment”.

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This was rendered as

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We see:

  • there is a file “data+table+Attachment”
  • and a title-tag “= Tabelle: Anhänge bzw. Attachments”
  • as well as a rendering with the title “Tabelle: Anhänge bzw. Attachments”.

This was fine.

Problem

Now the Github-Wiki uses the title of the page as the filename and vice versa. This ends up in a cluttered file system and also in suppressing titles in the page themselves.

So this page

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renders to

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As we could see:

  • the title tag “= Organisation: IT-Infrastruktur” is not more rendered.
  • Instead the filename “organisation+IT Infrastructure” is choosen as the title for the page.

That sucks.

Solution

I reported this by Github again and hope for a fix.

posted on Monday, November 26, 2012 7:45 AM

Feedback

# re: Github Project Wiki: separate page filename from page title 12/24/2012 11:22 PM Dana
Looks like a interesting project - I will check it out over the next days.

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