Pe 06.12.2009 13:04, mediawiki-l-request(a)lists.wikimedia.org a scris:
>> > I'am running MediaWiki 1.15.1 and i have a strange problem in browsers
>> > Firefox and IE7 and 8.
>> > URI: index.php?title=-&action=raw&gen=js&useskin=monobook
>> > Line 1 is<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
>> > "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
>> > All page is render ok, but the messege in IE is disturbing.
> The page index.php?title=-&action=raw&gen=js&useskin=monobook shouldn't
> Which page content is there?
>> > In a test server ai install mediawiki from svn but same problem. In
>> > version 1.16 i don't have this error, but my custom skin have a lot
>> > problems.
>> > Thank you,
>> > Geo
This error appear in all content.
I saw what is wrong:
In my LocalSettings.php i have restrictions for user *. This means no
one can see the content without being logged.
I need this , so how can i enable this future without this error appear?
George Alexandru Dudău
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I am interested in having my table rows in alternating colours. I note that
Sortable Tables is able to do this, but I would like to be able to do it on
non-sortable tables as well. Since I am only just learning JS, is anyone
able to help me out with this?
Ideally, I would like the option of being able to either have it apply to
ALL tables, or have it apply to tables with a specified class, depending on
the skin being used.
I notice that CSS3 will support this natively (the :nth-child
pseudo-element), but I cannot guarantee my users are using a browser that
supports the CSS3 draft standards (FF3.5 does but IE doesn't).
As most of the regular contributors to the list will know by now, I am
total newbie to Mediawiki and having only just managed to successfully
install it, I am still finding my feet.
My question to all in this instance concerns that adding of page
elements such as formatted tables, page dividers, and boxes containing
specific links to given articles across one's entire wiki so that each
article page conforms to a consistent look and feel.
Looking around the Wikipedia website, I notice that there is
considerable consistency in terms of how content is displayed. Within a
given category page, there always seems to be a banner divider at the
bottom of the page and key facts are often contained in a separate
floating box. Within a biography page about a given person and persons,
key biographical data is contained again in a separate floating box.
It's these sorts of elements leading to a consistent look that I want to
include in my own wiki.
Now of course I could do all this by simply including raw XHTML code in
every new article. However, for reasons I'm sure you will not need
explaining to you, this is a far from ideal solution. What I wondered
therefore is are there specific extensions available that provide the
necessary functionality to include these elements? I realise that
wikicode will provide some basic functionality but if I was say a
floating box included in an article, I don't want to have to repeatedly
include XHTML code.
Equally, I don't want to have to create specific templates for specific
categories unless there is no other options available. Rather, I'd
prefer to let editors choose what elements to include in a given article
page and how they appear (that is to say how they're formatted) but
restrict the choice to a number of pre-set elements so that one does end
up with a consistent look and feel.
I apologise again if this discussion includes some very elementary
questions but as I say, I'm just starting out. What I really want to
know is how it is that the actual format as well as look of all pages
within Wikipedia is maintained. There must surely be extensions in
place that enable content to be displayed in a particular way.
>From a reading of the extensions section of the MediaWiki site, I don't
seem to be able to discern this for myself.
I'am running MediaWiki 1.15.1 and i have a strange problem in browsers
Firefox and IE7 and 8.
In firefox, firebug says:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD
and point to first line
In IE : Webpage error details
Message: Syntax error
Line 1 is <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
All page is render ok, but the messege in IE is disturbing.
In a test server ai install mediawiki from svn but same problem. In
version 1.16 i don't have this error, but my custom skin have a lot
I'am running one Mediawiki with version 1.6.5. Recently I reinstalled
the computer and upgraded from PHP4 to PHP5. Therefore I can upgrade
from 1.6.5 to a more actual version of Mediawiki.
Can anyone tell me, if I should do it in one step? Or should I install
some intermediate version of Mediawiki?
Thanks in advance
I run into a problem when trying to upgrade my mediawiki. I am hosted on a
mutualised server with provider OVH (www.ovh.com)
When I run the update script (through SSH, located in the maintenance
folder), I have the following message:
titje@ssh1:~/www/maintenance$ /usr/local/bin/php.ORIG.5 update.php --aconf
MediaWiki 1.15.1 Updater
A connection to the database could not be established. Check the
values of $wgDBadminuser and $wgDBadminpassword.
The strange thing is that if I run in the same session a mysqldump command
with the same user & password for the dB, the script runs without problem.
Does anyone would have a clue on what goes wrong?
I am convinced I use the correct db user & pwd..
Sometimes re-happen the login problem.
On my server there is
PHP Version 5.1.6
My server guess that some security controls are creating some login
problems to mediawiki.
I hope they could solve the problem.