Version 20 (modified by anonymous, 6 years ago) (diff)


Serve a page in Trac within an Iframe


Adds a button to the main navigation bar and serves a page in the Trac template within an Iframe linking to the appropriate URL. This will work for any number of URLs specified in the proper format.

See also: MenusPlugin, NavAddPlugin.

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Getting the Plugin

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The following trac.ini configuration will create 2 new tabs on the main navigation bar, one named Google and the other named My Blog, with the respective URLs and permissions (e.g. Google requires WIKI_VIEW while MyBlog requires TRAC_ADMIN). The handlers for these items will be /tractab/Google and /tractab/My%20Blog.


names=Google,My Blog
  • Note: The perms parameter is optional, but if left unspecified, it requires TRAC_ADMIN permissions to view the tabs.
  • Note: The parameter lists are sensitive to whitespace. No whitespace should exist between comma separated entries, although an entry can contain whitespace (e.g. My Blog).

Recent Changes

[12716] by rjollos on 2013-03-13 15:25:53
Refs #5742: Refactored template.
[12715] by rjollos on 2013-03-13 15:08:26

Refs #5742:

  • Moved import of resource_filename to its customary location within the ITemplateProvider method.
  • Organized imports.
  • Minor source code formatting changes.
  • Removed unused method.
[12714] by rjollos on 2013-03-13 14:55:40

Refs #5742: Misc changes.

  • Modified entry point.
  • Added url to
  • Added to
    • license header
    • description and long description
    • project url
    • included "2-Clause" in license description
  • Formatted source code.


Author: bobbysmith007
Contributors: Anonymous ported this to genshi