On Mon, 2012-05-07 at 23:23 +0200, Platonides wrote:
On 07/05/12 18:15, John W. Foster wrote:
you're using the scary transclusion?
Can you provide a link to such page?
You know that you can directly use freedns for the dynamic ip, removing
the need of dyndns and the frame, right?
Yes, I'm aware of it. Just haven't
taken the time to do it. Guess I will
use search function for;
The page is incomplete. If you look at the html source, you'll see the
page content ends at:
This causes a mismatch which the skin, which is then placed incorrectly.
Pardon the slowness of the link, please.
Thanks for the quick response.
The slow connection is probably responsible that many of your requests
get truncated. However, MediaWiki should have been smarter and detect that.
I have added such detection at https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/6874
Adding that patch into your wiki should fix it (it will show an increase
of fetching errors, but it's preferable than accepting and caching bogus
WOW that went completely over my head. At least over my skill set. I
have no idea how to patch the Mediawiki. Can you point me to some
instructions? If it's just adding a file, no prob. But I'm guessing this
is actually patching the Mediawiki core. Is this in the new 1.19
releases? I'm running 1.18 & perhaps an upgrade will manage the issue???
Also, you should enable curl extension if you're
not using it.
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