I just checked that out, and I think that'll work just fine. Thank you.
One more question, though. I understand that the output of the extension
is treated as HTML. Is there any way I can have that be treated as
[mailto:mediawiki-l-bounces@Wikimedia.org] On Behalf Of Muzaffer Ozakca
Sent: Friday, June 24, 2005 12:02 PM
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Subject: Re: [Mediawiki-l] List of user pages on front page
I don't know there's a quicker way but you can pull them from the DB
using an extension.
Zain Memon wrote:
> Is there any way to have a list of all the user pages on the front
> of my wiki? Or, at least, can I put a list of all the populated pages
> the wiki?
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I hope to use MediaWiki in a corporate environment, and as such, we'll
have a lot more people uploading documents instead of images. Can I
somehow easily change all references to "Images" (like in the search
options and all) to say "Documents" or "Files" instead?
This is what I need to do, I want to add the attribute rel=nofollow to a few
of the links on the left hand
Side navigation bar. I tried copying the array (wgnavigationLinks) to the
local settings, tried all my
Skills adding this attribute but I am sure that there is something I am
I want only a couple of the default 6 links to have the rel = no follow
attribute in the href tag!
Can some one help !
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Is there any way to defeat the fact that whitespace (line breaks) interferes
with numbered lists (marked with the # sign) ?
Lack of line breaks makes for difficult-to-read source content. Some of my
folks are complaining.
I am steadily seeing an increasing number of 6 digit users with wierd
names like "B79eb7" registering on my site. Who/what is creating these?
If I'm happy to edit the database can someone talk me through which
tables reference the user table and how safe it is to delete these if
they have never made any real edits to any content
(Actually does anyone have a script to remove all users who have never
The mediawiki faq has a little section on deleting users but it's not
enough to understand the DB structure and figure out what needs to be
Any assistance gratefully appreciated
I have been asked to build a web site in two languages and I would
like to use mediawiki if possible.
What is the best route to have the navigation in the different
languages? The options I can see are:
1) Run two separate wikis (requires 2 databases and separate logins)
2) Run two wiki code bases, both pointing at the same database
with only differences in LocalSettings being the URL references for
the navigation. Add suffix of :Lang1 and :Lang2 to the page names
(will pointing two wikis at the same database cause problems?)
3) Something else?
I've managed to get my wiki engine up and running. Also I've
made the modification which prevents accounts from being created. We use
LDAP authentication in our company. How can I moderate access to the
Wiki using accounts that exist on the LDAP server?
Thanks in advance,
Is there a way to setup database load balancing or failover support, I found
some php files and references to it but I can't find any directives in
default settings or local settings to turn it on or configure it.
Is this possible?
Is there a WikiMedia help file that I missed?
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Has anyone tried to create a Mediawiki extension (or hack) that provides
"threaded" discussion functionality? Has anyone attempted to integrate
existing bulletin board/forum software into their wiki?
I'm considering trying, but I thought I'd see if there is any existing
work I can base my system on - or any pitfalls people can warn me about
before I try :-).
All I could find online is this page:
Which simply brainstorms about such functionality for the next
generation of mediawiki. I need something for the current generation.