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 posted 22 days ago distler 92 posts Forum: Instiki – Topic: HTML/PHP comments? Short answer: no. You can try embedding (X)HTML comments in the source, but they get escaped (for a variety of security-related reasons) and hence are “visible” on the page. Longer answer: Metadata about the page can be placed in a way that does not appear in the rendered output. The syntax is that of email headers (key-value pairs, at the beginning of the page, separated from the main text by a newline): Author: Me Subject: My personal musings Blortnaz: Whatever you want to put here And now begins the main text ... This is not quite what you asked for, but it may serve your purpose, depending on what use-case you had in mind. posted 23 days ago xuinkrbin. 1 post Forum: Instiki – Topic: HTML/PHP comments? Is there a way to embed comments in an Instiki page which appear only in the source itself and not to a casual reader? posted 4 months ago distler 92 posts Forum: Instiki – Topic: instiki_session cookie overflows after some editing I only replaced the /app folder of my current wiki… Well, since the changeset that I linked to above also involves changes to vendor/plugins/form_spam_protection/lib/form_tag_helper_extensions.rb , just updating files in /app/* won’t actually work. Moreover, updating all of the files in /app to the latest version(s) drags in other changes. The particular error that you are seeing is due to this changeset, which introduces a nice feature for wikilinks, but required some changes in /lib as well. I think I will wait for the 19.8 release on this one. This is not a huge problem. Currently I am awaiting the release of Passenger 5.0.7, to see whether it resolves some issues with Instiki, or whether changes on the Instiki end are also required. If all goes according to plan, I’ll roll another release sometime in the early summer. For whatever it’s worth, though, this site runs on the latest development version of Instiki (with Passenger 4.0.59) and is perfectly stable. If you’re having issues with Instiki 0.19.7, I’d recommend updating now. posted 4 months ago peter_ljung 2 posts Forum: Instiki – Topic: instiki_session cookie overflows after some editing Thanks for your reply ! I made a quick test with the latest source from git. I only replaced the /app folder of my current wiki, but I seem to have some kind of problem. I got an error (directly in the browser) ActionView::TemplateError (wrong number of arguments (6 for 3..5)) on line #21 of app/views/wiki/page.rhtml: 18: 19: