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Saving on a PHP Server

15th November 2017 at 5:14pm
PHP Saving

The built-in TiddlySpot saver can also be used to save changes to a simple PHP script that you can run on most hosting providers.

These are preliminary instructions that need verification

  1. Download a copy of TiddlyHome_0.1.2.zip from https://code.google.com/archive/p/bidix/downloads
  2. Unzip.
  3. Extract a copy of store.php from under the unzipped subdirectory _th\lib
  4. Edit your copy of store.php to add your username(s) and password(s). Find the line $USERS = array( 'UserName1'=>'Password1', etc) and replace Username1 and Password1 with your desired username and password
    • Make sure you leave all the punctuation and code, such as the single quotes, intact
  5. Save the file
  6. Using FTP or your web interface, upload store.php to your server. Make sure that the filename is correct
  7. In TiddlyWiki, go to the Saving tab of the control panel and enter the following information:
    • Your username as the wiki name
    • Your password
    • The URL of the store.php file (not the URL of the wiki, this must the full URL to the store.php file)

The control panel Saving tab includes the following configuration options:

NameDescription
Server URLThe full URL to the store.php file on your server
Upload filenameThe filename used to save the TiddlyWiki (defaults to index.html)
Upload directoryThe relative path from store.php to the directory used for saving the file
Backup directoryThe relative path from store.php to the directory used for backups

Note about maximum size

As your TW file increases in size, you may need to modify your .htaccess or htaccess file (depending on system) to increase the value of the maximum upload and/or post size. Check with your Web Host Provider for your particular settings. Be sure also to make backups before experiementing. On some systems, the settings might look like:

php_value upload_max_filesize 4M
php_value post_max_size 6M

Note about possible error message

If you get an error message regarding split(), you may need to change references to split in store.php to function explode .