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A very powerful feature would be an ability to "embed" a page from anywhere on the web into a TWiki page: %INCLUDEURL{"http://hostname:someUrl.html"}%

In PHP one can say $stream = fopen("someURL", "r") and use the typical "while not-end-of-file read and write a line" logic - I'm not sure how to do this in perl, but I'm sure it's in there somewhere.

-- PaulReiber - 02 Jan 2001


An interesting variant would be to recognize links in the HTML delivered by the remote server, adding target="TopicName" to each link so that they'll show up in a new window associated with the topic.

That way, clicking on links within the text of the included page would spawn a new window rather than taking the user away from the TWiki in the current window. This is a great way to help people keep at least one browser window focused on the TWiki.

-- PaulReiber - 02 Jan 2001

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