The Manuscript Wiki Template allows you to add custom HTML, CSS, and Javascript to a Wiki.  Each wiki uses our standard template by default, but you can create a separate template for every Wiki to redesign the appearance of the page (including the sidebar), create custom css for HTML elements like tables, or

To create a new wiki template, navigate to Wiki > Dot Menu > Manage Wikis > Customize templates > New Template.  You’ll see separate fields for HTML and CSS, and you can embed JavaScript in <script> tags in the HTML section.  Once you’ve got a wiki template, you can apply it to any wiki (and all of the wiki articles in it).

 

Template Placeholders

In fact, there are a whole slew of new template placeholders that come with FogBugz 8 and its new default template.  Click the “learn more” link when modifying your wiki template to see the exhaustive list of available placeholders.

 

 

Variable Content
$articlecommands$ An unordered list of the various actions that can be performed on a wiki page: Info, Edit, View, History, RSS, Subscribe, Star.
$body$ Content of current article
$breadcrumbs$ Path in the wiki tree to the current page.
$headline$ Headline of current article
$home_headline$ Headline of wiki’s home article
$home_url$ URL of wiki’s home article
$incoming_links$ List of incoming links from other wiki articles and cases
$lastmodified$ Date and time of current article’s last change
$lastmodified_by$ Name of user who last changed current article
$lastmodifiedlink$ A link to the diff of the latest modification.
$newlink$ A link for creating a new wiki page.
$outgoing_links$ List of outgoing links to other wiki articles and cases
$recenturl$ URL of a search that lists all articles in this wiki edited in the past week
$revision_number$ Latest revision number of current article
$rss_link$ Link allowing users to grab an RSS feed of current article’s changes
$rss_url$ URL of RSS feed of current article’s changes
$search$ Search box that lets users search the current wiki
$subscribe_link$ Link allowing users to subscribe to or unsubscribe from changes to current article, including description
$subscribe_link_terse$ Link allowing users to subscribe to or unsubscribe from changes to current article
$tags$ List of tags that have been applied to current article
$tags_vertical$ Vertical list of tags that have been applied to current article
$toc$ Auto-generated table of contents for the current article
$treeview$ Displays a tree of the wiki pages closely related to the currently displayed page.
$url$ URL of current article
$wiki_name$ Name of current article’s wiki
$wiki_tagline$ Tagline of current article’s wiki
$wikiattributelinks$ An unordered list of links to all of the wiki views that contatin attributes of pages (ex: tags/attachments).
$wikipagecollectionlinks$ An unordered list of links to all of the wiki views that contatin collections of pages.
$wikirootlink$ A link to the root page of a wiki.