Yes I know:
I can administer users in the plinth user administration and check the option to allow creating and editing wikis, right?
But in my installation I can register users on the “Preferences”-Page of the blog. That’s completely independent of the LDAP of the freedombox. And those wiki-users can alter everything in the wiki.
Furthermore there’s no option to manage the wiki’s users at all.
Actually I don’t want any other person than the blog’s admin to create and edit content in the blog.
By this adjustment every newly created ‘Blog’ will allow only the admin of the tikiwiki instance to post, edit and remove by default.
Other users can comment but comments will have to be moderated by the admin.
All this can be toggled under Preferences/Setup at web.
Or you can edit the /var/lib/ikiwiki/<YourBlogsShortName>.setup file. This is the actual config file of your blog which contains all your preferences. If you have e.g. banned yourself by accident this is the place fix this … so I’ve heard
Whenever you change this setup file you must do ikiwiki --setup /var/lib/ikiwiki/<_YourBlogsShortName_>.setup
to compile your blog/wiki to let your adjustments come into effect.
If you don’t like the very basic default … theme … you might want to add the theme plugin:
In the setup you may then input one of the names of the included themes.
Some extra themes you may e.g. git clone to /usr/share/ikiwiki/themes/ and then use as easily.
If styles are not perfectly fitting for you just add your personal stylesheets in /var/www/ikiwiki/<YourBlogsShortName>/local.css.