It's possible with Semantic Forms from Semantic MediaWiki extension bundle.
The basic idea there is that you have so called 'properties' of the page
that can be paragraphs of text, number, coordinates, etc.
Yury Katkov, WikiVote
On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 6:33 AM, Eli Handel <elihandel(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hello, I hope that I'm sending this queston to the
I'd like to create a wiki where articles are restricted to a specific
format, for example the format will be that an article can have a number of
separate paragraphs and each paragraph will have a title. So I'd like to
store the parts of the article (paragraphs, titles) as separate fields in a
database. I will then display the database data using a custom display.
Do I have to write my own extension to MediaWiki? Can I use the Semantic
Forms extension which seems to provide all kinds of helpful ways of
defining classes with properties, or is that a misuse of the Semantic Forms
extension? Is there a different extension or way that I can do things like
this where I'm basically using MediWiki to fill a database and then to
display the contents of the database? Or maybe MediaWiki is not even the
tool that I should be using?
Thank you very much.
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