- Fixing "connection could not be established" when editing.
- HTTP API
- Hosting Your Own TiddlySpace
- How do I create an instance using a different store?
- How do I get more verbose logging
- My server has an internal IP, how can I reach my TiddlyWeb from outside?
- Server Startup Model
- TiddlyWeb Admin Tasks
- Using CherryPy
- Using Mod WSGI
- Using nginx and uwsgi
- credentials extractor
Every instance may have a
tiddlywebconfig.py located in the working directory of the instance. If twinstance is used to create the instance, it will create a
tiddlywebconfig.py for you.
tiddlywebconfig.py file contains information used to override the TiddlyWeb configuration defaults found in the
tiddlyweb.config package. You can read more information about the keys of the configuration file by reading the documentation for that package:
tiddlywebconfig.py is a Python module, containing a
dict. At process startup its values are merged over the top of the default config.
In regular usage
tiddlywebconfig.py is used to include plugins in your instance, set logging verbosity and control the CSS used on some pages.
If you make changes to your
tiddlywebconfig.py you can check that you have not made any syntax errors by performing the following command:
If no error messages are given the syntax is okay.