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Avoid special characters such as +, /, #, ( and ) in page names. Tiki handles that pretty badly.
So a page about Visual C++ is called Visual C, and a page about C# has to avoid the character #.
The same probably goes for *.
Dash ( - ) is fine.
Sometimes, or often - depending on how lucky/unlucky you are - you find yourself wondering where'd that tag go?
Often, when selecting an existing tag and editing it by using the tag dialogue, it inserts a modified copy rather than replacing the selected.
It always places the duplicate at the very end of the page.
Annoying, but just cut the stray tag and replace whatever tag you were editing with it.
If anyone has a solution, edit this.
It's probably a bug?
When you want to upload and insert multiple images on a page, you will discover that Tiki is trying to navigate away from the page when you want to insert the second image (and therefore click the image upload button).
But, fret not:
If you, after uploading the image, choose to browse the gallery, instead of clicking the image to insert it, you can choose 'upload image' again.
Repeat until done.
And then browse the gallery and insert your uploaded images.
Clunky, but works.
If you need to move a page a long distance in a structure, it's going to take some time.
Solution is to remove the page from the structure, select the page where you want the page to come after, and add it again.
Don't delete the page when removing it from the structure, obviously.
Should have been possible to enter a 'position' for the page, maybe in a later version?