I tried to search for infos about the mailing function of MediaWiki and how
it could not work, but did not find any interesting answer, so I come
When I add a user, when on the connection panel I ask for a new password, or
whatever test, I get no mails... But the website tells me that everything is
OK, no error message is shown.
I have configured the $wgEmergencyContact and $wgPasswordSender parameters.
I think this comes from the configuration of my server but I have no direct
access to it.
Do you think it comes from the php mail() function ? Is there a way to skip
I've tried to look into the UserMailer.php, it seems to use the PEAR mail
function, but I couldn't find where to try to fix something...
Thanks for any help !
I have a problem with my MediaWiki: I enabled the uploads but everytime I
try to upload a file, it tells me that the server cannot write in the upload
directory (public). I thought /images was the default upload folder and I
chmoded it to 777 but no way. Any idea?
Is this a correct query to find all current articles that contain a
INNER JOIN revision r ON p.page_latest = r.rev_id
INNER JOIN text t ON t.old_id = r.rev_text_id
t.old_text like '%STRING%'
I'm using version 1.12 and we get the following error when trying to
edit a section of a page:
Invalid h node passed to PPNode_DOM::splitHeading
#0 C:\Wiki\mediawiki\includes\Parser.php(4605): PPNode_DOM->splitHeading()
Parser->extractSections('=Intro=?VMF is ...', '1', 'get', false)
Parser->getSection('=Intro=?VMF is ...', '1', false)
#3 C:\Wiki\mediawiki\includes\EditPage.php(982): EditPage->getContent(false)
#4 C:\Wiki\mediawiki\includes\EditPage.php(473): EditPage->initialiseForm()
#5 C:\Wiki\mediawiki\includes\EditPage.php(323): EditPage->edit()
#6 C:\Wiki\mediawiki\includes\Wiki.php(444): EditPage->submit()
Object(Title), Object(User), Object(WebRequest))
MediaWiki->initialize(Object(Title), Object(OutputPage), Object(User),
But it works fine if we try to edit a page using the edit link at the
very top of the page.
Any idea what is wrong?
would anyone know how to set one text color for 'unsanctioned text' and another
for sanctioned text?
I have considered the idea of limiting nonsysops to one skin with a certain
text color and then having sysops use another skin with a black text style.
but i don't see how the editing by sysops will change what users see
When I first installed mediawiki 1.11.0, I was prompted that I am not
using php5 and have to install via a .php5 link. So I went ahead and
added the following to .htaccess:
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php5 .php .php4 .php3 .phtml
It's working fine now but all the URLs contain .php5 in them (eg
http://example.com/index.php5?title=Help:Contents). How can I have
nice URLs like mediawiki's (eg
I also cannot help feeling that these .php5 pointings are making my
wiki slow. When I ping both my wordpress blog and wiki. Wiki almost
always take double the time.
I was wondering why I had the problem with .php5 in the first place.
My host is using PHP version 5.2.5 and if it helps, Server API is CGI.
Is it possible for me to for my wiki to use normal .php instead of
The WYSIWYG editor (Mafs) at this url
the following warning: "It may lead to security and technical problems
as well as data corruption."
Is there anyone out there that can give me examples of specific problems
the editor may cause ?
Or what can happen with it to cause data corruption ?
I have some users that really want to implement it, but the warning
worries me, so I am looking for
justification for the warning.
Thx for any info,
I've imported files in a new mediawiki, but as I did not import all
articles, I'm stuck with a lot of broken links (red indicated links).
Is there a way to clean up these links (without importing the missing
Or is there a way to clean import pages (without links)?
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