[wikka-community] I'm getting the hang of it

John Francis Lee jfl
Sun Oct 23 11:24:14 GMT 2011

Hi, I'm getting the hang of it. Slowly, but surely, I hope.

I got rid of all the leaf nodes in the categories... I had links from 
leaf to root.

What I would like to do is use freemind to map the categories. I've 
started making subtrees, so far one for my

  ProjectCategory => ProjectScale,

and one of locations to be show on a google map... which is not shown 
under categories because the points are in an external mysql database.

Each has its own display problem.

If you go to


you will see the google map and a link to 'points on a map'. When you 
follow the link the page clears and the mindmap shows up. I haven't made 
the links to the markers for the map yet. But I'd rather have the 
mindmap replace the google map and then the google map replace the 
mindmap when a choice has been made.

If you choose

  Categories => CategoryProjects => ProjectScale

from the homepage, a mind map appears within 'the' wikka page, but when 
following links from there whole new wikka pages are created in their 
own tabs. I'd rather have them appear on the page where the mindmap is 

The 'points on a map' mindmap comes from a link outside the wikka. The 
'ProjectScale' mindmap comes from within the wikka... I just pasted the 
xml created by freemind into the page as suggested.

It would be nice if I could make one root mindmap for categories that 
alternates with whatever page was chosen from it, no matter it was 
another mind map itself or a leaf.

It seems like this could be done with a handler, but I've had no luck 
pasting the applet specification to a mindmap into a handler... it just 
crashes my browser.

Any help appreciated.

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