If this is the first time you've visited Edmund, then you'll need to enter your Wikidot API key and a site to explore in the settings panel.
If you've visited Edmund before, then your settings should be saved. Click the button below to start exploring.
Finding your way around
The sidebar on the left shows all the categories in your site. Click on a category to show all the pages in that category. Click on a page to load it into the main window.
The main window shows all the meta information attached to the page as well as the content of the page. Fields that change colour when you hover over them can be edited - click to edit their contents, then press enter or the save button to save your changes locally. Once you've edited all that you want to, click the Save Changes button in the top right to export the page to your Wikidot site.
Status messages will appear in the very top right of the page (in the header) - this is where Edmund tells you what he's doing.
'Open in Edmund' Bookmarlet
Since version 0.71, Edmund supports importing a page using a bookmarlet. Drag the button below to your bookmarks bar, and when on a Wikidot page, click it to import that page into Edmund. It does not currently support custom domains.
Note: Deleting a page renames it to the deleted category.
Edmund let's you explore your Wikidot site like never before. He's currently in beta, so be careful - you never know when he might throw a tantrum. He especially doesn't like really big sites.
What's with the name?
Count Paweł Edmund Strzelecki was a Polish explorer who adventured across to Australia in the early 1800s. Among other things, Strzelecki climbed the highest peak, naming it Mount Kosciuszko, after Tadeusz Kościuszko, a national Hero of Poland. He's also in the first result when you search Polish Explorer on Google.
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