Welcome to the Wiki Reactors... so... what is a wiki reactor?
At the core, it is a plain old wiki: you can create pages with links between them.
Each reactor is a wiki and comes with a few special pages:
Each reactor comes with some pre-defined categories (pages must be of one of these category):
You get new categories by adding reactor mods.
Create more pages: form anywhere, click on "Browse" and see the list of categories. Pick a category and create a new page in that category. Then make sure this page is linked to from somewhere so people can navigate to it.
The following special pages are used as the home page:
Basically the second one is presented to users that log in to your reactor while the first one is presented to anyone looking at your website without logging in.
Note that Admin:UserHome is not created by default. To create it, click Browse in the top menu, select the "Admin" category and type UserHome in the "create a new" box.
When you login to www.dieselapps.com you see the list of your reactors - when you select one of these, you will go to the special reactor administration page, only available to you. This is where you can change special settings for your reactor.
If you click "edit" on this special page, find the section named "website" and here are the special settings you can edit - described below.
You can change that from the setting css which can take the values dark or light.
There are a few available layouts, read more at Wiki_Layout_Guide.
The links at the bottom of all pages can be customized with a few properties.
The link to your blog, if you have one is
The twitter account, if you have one is
If you have a GPlus as well,
To add new menu entries at the bottom, use
bottom.Connect.MyStuff=URL where Connect is the name of the section to display the entry into (there's only More, Support or Connect) and the MyStuff is the text and then the value is the URL or page name to follow.
You can add to the top nav menu with
nav.MyStuff=URL where MyStuff is the text and then the value is the URL or page name to follow.
You can customize the Browse link with
We only support top level right now - raise a Support request if you want more.
If you need to change them, create some admin pages and use them instead.
The right side of most layouts is controlled via these settings:
You can create some simple pages and set them here to be displayed all the time. This is where you would normally include like a twitter feed, a vertical ad... stuff like that.
The default top menu can be changed from
Each wiki is driven by a domain - this is what turns a simple wiki into a reactor... the domain defined by its categories.