1. _Seeing new places_ is the best thing about traveling. 2. I love a good _mug of hot chocolate + Kalhua_ when I'm cold. 3. I often use _the Interwebs_. 4. I'm reading _a new Pern book_ right now; I _love_ it. (I forgot how much I enjoy those stories!) 5. _Graphic discussions of anything_ is something I dislike talking about. 6. When I visited _Westford_ I most looked forward to seeing _Sara_. 7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to _nothin' (it's a quiet night for me)_, tomorrow my plans include _a friend's housewarming in the afternoon if the weather isn't too bad (and maybe laundry)_ and Sunday, I want to _go to the Arisia meeting, have a tasty dinner and snuggle with my sweetheart_!
So I'm trying to set up a PmWiki wiki for a friend and not really understanding how Categories work or maybe I want to use something else but don't realize it.
We have a lot of content and I want to give it some structure (and have helpful breadcrumbs too).
Example: Main area 1 Sub area a (in Category Main1) Sub area b (in Category Main1) More info i (in Category Main1 and Sub area b) More info ii (in Category Main1 and Sub area b) Sub area c (in Category Main1)
Main area 2 Sub area x (in Category Main 2)
More info iii (in Category Main 2 and Sub area x)
More info iv (in Category Main 2 and Sub area x)
Sub area y (in Category Main 2) Sub area z (in Category Main 2)
More info v (in Category Main 2 and Sub area z)
More info vi (in Category Main 2 and Sub area z)
If you're on a page in "More info iii", I want the breadcrumb to look like:
Main area 2 > Sub area x > More info iii > Name of this page
And I want you to be able to click on Sub area x and see that there's also a More info iv section.
For some reason, all of the pages are under Main, and not Main area 1. Is that right? Shouldn't they get put in their appropriate category group?
Sitemapper almost seems to do what I want... but not quite.
Anyway, I'm obviously confused and could use any help available. :)
So apparently I haven't talked much about this in my blog.
I have fibroids. It's estimated that one in four women get 'em. I did mention something about them in this post, but no details. The deal is that I've had surgery twice to remove them and the pesky buggers came back again (they didn't remove all of them in either surgery). So this time, I had an ablation (Novasure specifically).
That was last Friday. What does that mean to me? Hopefully that the bleeding will stay minimal for the next 5ish years. That'd be a win since my first surgery was in early 2001 and the second on in mid-2005. So 5 years would be a win.
Additionally, my insurance company no longer covers my allergy meds because you can get them over the counter. I just have to get my butt over to Costco and see if I can get large quantities of generic Allegra because the stuff I'm using as a stopgap is leaving me sniffly. :p
So there ya go. I'm recovering nicely from my surgery. Dad and Cathy will be in town this weekend and I'll finally give them their holiday presents. :D
1. Once I was _in St Lucia and the weather was gorgeous_. 2. _I hate_ being sick. 3. Today at work I _didn't go to work_. :p 4. What's _the Super Bowl fuss_ all about? 5. If I make a mistake I _am usually good about admitting it_. 6. When I woke up this morning, I thought _"I'm feeling better today"_. 7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to _sleeping_, tomorrow my plans include _sleeping_ and Sunday, I want to _maybe leave the house again_!