I was running the php runjobs.php to refresh the links as Ive been
editing heavily. I noticed that as it completed each check it time
stamped the entry in the terminal screen. It was 7:40:13 A.M. actual
time but the time stamp read 13:40:13 Anyone know what is causing this.
I don't think it causes an issue but just seems strange.
I have Extension:Interwiki 1.41 for Mediawiki 1.17 installed It works
for several wikis including wikipedia, however it does NOT work with
Mediawiki as indicated in the link request below:
I have edited the Special:Interwiki tables to the specs below:
> Edit, Delete
This does not result in the requested link being transcluded. Any ideas?
Is the link request incorrect? It is exactly the same format used to
call a wikipedia link.
Is there any extension or gadget that can implement "Display/render only
one section upon click the table of content of a long page?"
This is quite useful. For example, for long article with many LaTeX
equations, when using mathjax to do equation rendering, it will take quite
long time to finish rendering the whole page. So, if the long article can
be displayed/rendered section by section, it will manage the rendering
resource and time more properly if people are trying to read that long page
section by section.
I know long article can be split into short pages and then gathering them
by linking. But this is not very convenient.
On 06/01/2012, 23:49, Platonides wrote:
> It's not designed to do that, but I think that through some quirks it
> can be done.
And do you know, how?
> Sure. You would use wfMsg('somewhat', 'myvar1', 'myvar2') then pass the
> resulting wikitext to recursiveTagParse (since tags return html).
Thank you! I'll try this.
Me too. I swear its impossible to get off.
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I had the Replace_Text extension working fine until the upgrade to 1.18.
I reinstalled the latest version of the extension (version 0.9.1), and it's showing up in Special:Version,
but the page:
(and thanks again to PathosChild for the css help)
Somebody in the MediaWiki IRC channel on freenode told me to ask my
questions in this list, so here I am.
I've created an extension that provides two parser functions (only one
has got any output). This output is shown in the article, at the place
where the parser function is called. Is it possible to place this output
not in the article content area, but in the sidebar or the sitenotice?
Also, I'd like the admins of the wiki using this extension to be able to
change the output layout (divs or tables, bold, italic and so on)
without having to edit the extension's php files, for example with a
MediaWiki:Somewhat page that would look like this:
| style="..." | $2
Is this possible?