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After having cloned the NFUR wiki template, this page explains how you can modify your wiki's pages that are included in the (National) Follow up & review menu:

The NFUR pillars

For each pillar of the national follow up and review process, visit the page or use the hashtag listed in the "Knowing more?" column for ideas on what topics to address on the page.
Page for a NFUR pillar Knowing more?
NFUR #NFUR00 #asd79
#SDGs #SDGs: dedicate a page to each priority goal and target
Preparation of a national SDG report #NFUR01
Fostering mutual accountability #NFUR02
Coordination and collaboration among agencies and ministries #NFUR03
Inclusive (national) policy dialogue #NFUR04
Coordination by the statistical office #NFUR05
Facilitating comparability #NFUR06
Capacity development #NFUR07

Note that these pages have been included to explain to your visitors why you use a wiki for the National follow-up and review.



The NFUR pages have been created using a template. A Wikidot template is a special page that defines common items to display on pages in a category. Templates make it easy to change the layout for pages in the category. The name of the special page defining the layout for a category is "category:_template" (examples below).

"nfur" is one of the categories that are included in your site. The others are listed below.


You can modify the template of any category as you like.

Note that in a _template page, we make use of multiple page variables such as:

page variable meaning
%%name%% Page name without category
%%category%% Page category if any
%%fullname%% Page name with category if any
%%title%% Page title
%%title_linked%% Link to page showing title as text
%%parent_name%% Parent page name without category
%%parent_category%% Parent page category if any
%%parent_fullname%% Parent page name with category if any
%%parent_title%% Parent page title
%%parent_title_linked%% Link to Parent page showing title as text
%%link%% URL pointing to page
%%content%% Page content
%%content{n}%% Numbered content section

The content of nfur:_template is as follows:

++ Resources
++ Comments, questions and answers
[[module comments hideForm="true"; order="reverse"]]

++ In the media

|| national and local resources ||

The "====" separate three content blocks that have to be completed in the pages of category nfur, for instance in "nfur:07":

A NFUR wiki creates a wealth of opportunities for capacity development, one of the building blocks of the National follow up and review as described in the UNDG Guidelines to support country reporting.

See [http://www.interaction-dictionary.info/ia:capacity-development #NFUR07 - Capacity development] for further details. 
|| national and local resources ||

In this case only two content blocks are used. The third one, which should contain html code is left empty.

Parent pages, page trees and breadcrumbs

Parent relations allow to introduce page structure (like in site maps). The results of setting a parent page are:

  • breadcrumbs navigation appear at the top of the page, and make it easy to go back to the parent page,
  • easier listing (for instance via the PageTree module).

"nfur:00" has been set as the parent of "nfur:01" to "nfur:07" and as a result, the PageTree module produces the list:

Example of a PageTree result

The [http://www.interaction-dictionary.info/interaction:se-2030national National follow up and review] contains these sub-processes.

[[module PageTree showRoot="true"]]

The breadcrumbs are illustrated by the capacity development page:

Example of breadcrumbs

Note that also these documentation pages use parent relations. Just explore how it works and how it makes the navigation easier.

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