pBiblx Introduction 3

So you're starting to feel more comfortable getting arround pBiblx2. Now lets make it more productive for you.

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While the standard pBiblx2 single pane interface is nice for most caual uses, you'll probably want to use multiple panes for more serious study and note taking.

    There are a couple ways of doing this:
  1. Opening multiple browser windows or tabs.
  2. pBiblx2 "framed" interfaces.
  3. For the HTML authors - designing their own framed interface


Not everybody has used a wiki for their notes. You will be amazed at the possibilities these types of notes carry.

This Introduction file is itself a PCARR wiki note

To begin, there is a personal note folder PBMYPAD@MyPad@. You create a initial page with a user or group name in CamelCase. Once created, you can create additional note pages automatically linked back to you user page.

These notes can be anything of interest to you. They are simple plain text files but, can take on a whole new life using some simple to learn syntax (see HelpFile).


RSS stands for "Real Simple Syndication". Most modern Web browsers and email programs have RSS capablity as well as many stand alone clients. pBiblx2 users can use this capability to collect - aggregate new content feeds from any number of other pBiblx2 servers. If you frequently visit certain pBiblx2 sites and only want to see what is new since your last vist, this is an excellent means of doing just that.

When a new PCARR file is created, a RSS feed entry is created for that file as well. As there are seperate feeds for each division of PCARR (PCARR, RRR, Biblenotes, etc), users can keep up to date with particular sections of interest of your content.

Other pBiblx2 adminstrators can also track new PCARR content and download content to add on to their sites using this simple syndication method.

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