Hi everyone !
I would like to use TiddlyWiki as a public blog, that can be read by visitors, but only a user could save changes they make. Exactly like https://tiddlywiki.com/
Right now, anyone accessing it from anywhere can modify it.
Thank you for your time and attention <3
Also new here, just tried TiddlyWiki yesterday, for the same use case.
For read only you have rough workarounds described here: http://tw5readonly.tiddlyspot.com/
But I get the feeling because it was designed to be a personal note book, these methods might not be 100% secure to protect your wiki from tampering, accidental editing or vandalism.
It’s a rough workaround, in particular if you want to keep the ability to edit it yourself.
Thanks for the link !
But this is just a UI trick, if I understand correctly, this can be worked around quite easily by any malicious person.
And to me it seems clearly doable since many websites build with TiddlyWiki manage this, like https://tiddlywiki.com/ I cited previously. I like this implementation very much, and am very curious about how do get this.
Thanks anyway, I heard about your solution but didn’t find such a simple explanation !
There is the possibility to add an admin and a password in the TiddlyWiki service: tiddlywiki_ynh/systemd.service at 32e2addbd8bfa9463871ca68a95007ba42b4eb96 · YunoHost-Apps/tiddlywiki_ynh · GitHub
I don’t if it’s helping your issue as I haven’t tested it…
I’m going to take a look at that and will post here the result ! Thank you very much !