I am trying to do something where I can redirect the user to different
pages on the parts of the picture they select. So is it possible to do this
on a single picture or would I need different pieces of the picture and
attach each picture as a hyperlink? If I need to do it in pieces (second
option) what would be the best way to stitch those pieces so that they
appear as a single picture to the user?
Is there any other way?
I would really appreciate any comments/suggestions/help on this matter.
I have a large site that I've been developing on my server in-house. I
want to move the entire site to a secure hosted server off-site. I want
to know what is the best way to do this. I DO NOT want to use the same
tables that are in my current wiki, as there are/seem to be some issues
with the table being corrupted. The site runs, but is VERY slow, & I'm
certain it's not the computer its on. I likely screwed up the tables
when I upgraded the mediawiki. In the past Ive just exported the
database to the new / upgraded wiki. several times, that has worked
fine. But, I want only the actual page content to be exported. I did
that & it generated a 256.5 mb xml file. That does not upload, using the
import function. Any tips are appreciated.
I am in the process of moving our mediawiki to a new server, in accordance with this guide: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Moving_a_wiki
So I made a backup and started to upgrade the mediawiki installation to version 1.21.1
My current setup is:
Mediawiki version 1.15.1
PHP version: 5.3.10
MySQL version: 5.5.29
So when I run
I get the following output:
...batch conversion of user_options: PHP Notice: Undefined variable: cache in /etc/mediawiki/languages/Language.php on line 2378
PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant MW_MATH_PNG - assumed 'MW_MATH_PNG' in /etc/mediawiki/languages/messages/MessagesEn.php on line 110
PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant MW_MATH_SIMPLE - assumed 'MW_MATH_SIMPLE' in /etc/mediawiki/languages/messages/MessagesEn.php on line 111
PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant MW_MATH_HTML - assumed 'MW_MATH_HTML' in /etc/mediawiki/languages/messages/MessagesEn.php on line 112
PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant MW_MATH_SOURCE - assumed 'MW_MATH_SOURCE' in /etc/mediawiki/languages/messages/MessagesEn.php on line 113
PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant MW_MATH_MODERN - assumed 'MW_MATH_MODERN' in /etc/mediawiki/languages/messages/MessagesEn.php on line 114
PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant MW_MATH_MATHML - assumed 'MW_MATH_MATHML' in /etc/mediawiki/languages/messages/MessagesEn.php on line 115
PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method Language::needsGenderDistinction() in /var/lib/mediawiki/includes/Title.php on line 729
Before the upgrade process ends. I've looked around for a similar error, but haven't found a similar error, what might be the problem?
Mvh. / Best regards,
Mads Boye - HPC & Vmware System Administrator,
IST - Information Services Technology Email: mb(a)ist.aau.dk<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Faculties of Engineering and Science Room: 4.2.46
Aalborg University Direct Phone: (+45) 9940 3453
Selma Lagerlöfsvej 300, DK-9220 Aalborg Ø
Using 1.19.2 and following
The search box no longer has the "containing..." option on the bottom. I'd actually like to not just get that back, but also add an option to send the query to an external search. But first I want to get "containing" back. Anyone know what I did wrong?
Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Texas A&M Univ.
College Station, TX 77843-2128
I use printing of pages for proposals, invoices and other kinds of things that have to be sent to other people by email.
Composing email messages with the mailto syntax works nicely. Also printing to PDF of a page in most browsers is available. My question is if there is a way to do both in one go: compose an email message and attach the printed pdf of a page to the email message?
Sure like to hear if someone has experience with such magic or would know how to arrange that.
Thank you for your reply, this is good news, we can waiting for the MW1.22 release, after all, it is not a Bug.
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From: "Bartosz Dziewoński"<matma.rex(a)gmail.com>;
Date: Thu, May 30, 2013 11:47 PM
To: "MediaWiki announcements and site admin list"<mediawiki-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>;
Subject: Re: [MediaWiki-l] [MW1.20] How to set CSS of mw-editsection (makeit consistent with the MW offical site)
The section edit links' behavior will change in MediaWiki 1.22 (not yet released), and that's what MediaWiki.org is running.
You would have to use the git master version, or try applying the patches that changed this on top of 1.20. I'm not sure if that would be possible, though, and would certainly be a little ugly; I can find appropriate commits for you if you want to try anyway.
MediaWiki-l mailing list
On the MW offical site (include Mediawiki), editsection follows Head (not "float: right;"), it can be very convenient edit section links ( especially in the wide-screen computer ).
However, if I removed "float: right" on the "screen.css", the editsection link would be before the Head.
Does anyone have experience with it?