Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
On 28 January 2010 14:58, Bernard(a)bernardHulsman.nl
Jean-Marc, you have to use
. That is where it is
defined. It is no standard MW feature. There is no LocalSettings involved.
The Common.css is only the part where you define the background color
depending on the category you use. I.e. you specify that
.cat-Timecode-future results in a background: #fff7e7
That part is entirely clear to me, I use Common.css extensively.
But in my mediawiki installation (1.13.3, and neither on mediawiki.org
which uses 1.16alpha), there are no cat-[category name] classes being
output. I see a ns-xxx and a page-yyy part in the body class, but no
cat-zzz part. That is what confuses me.
Jean-Marc, I am not an developer myself, so I checked with my developer.
There was indeed a patch needed to make this call work. That is standard
for Wikibox Blue hosting, but not for MediaWiki.
This patch could be Open Source. I have started a discussion about
making my complete software Open Source. The result was there could be
abuse, and the Open Source licence does not protect me. I still have to
go to court when there is an abuse. That I can not affort.
Separate propriety extension "catfeed" is made for Open Source in SVN,
but there seems to be much delay. I do not know why, and to be honest, I
do not want to investigate in it.
So sorry Jean-Marc, the information I gave you in an earlier stage was
And sorry I can not help you futher.