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    GTag

    Version 1.0.0

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    GTag Extension for MediaWiki The GTag extension lets you insert the new Google Analytics tracking tag on your MediaWiki site (gtag.js). Requirements MediaWiki 1.34 or later Installation Download the file (a free account is required) and extract the file to your extensions directory. We recommend that you "follow" the download so that you are notified of new updates via email when they are released. To install the extension, add the following to your LocalSettings.php file: wfLoadExtension( 'GTag' ); $wgGTagAnalyticsId = 'UA-XXXXXXXX-X'; // replace with your GA id Configuration In addition to the required $wgGTagAnalyticsId, this extension features many optional configuration variables that you may add to your LocalSettings.php file. Variable Default Description $wgGTagAnalyticsId none Google Analytics Id, for example 'UA-123456789-1'. Required. $wgGTagHonorDNT true If true, honor "Do Not Track" requests from browsers. If false, ignore such requests. $wgGTagTrackSensitivePages true If true, insert tracking code into sensitive pages such as Special:UserLogin and Special:Preferences. If false, no tracking code is added to these pages. In addition to these configuration variables, you may assign the right gtag-exempt to user groups to prevent them from being tracked. This can be useful to give to staff groups so that your internal users and staff are not tracked, giving you a better idea of who is actually using your site. For example: $wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['gtag-exempt'] = true; Support Free community support is available on the mwusers.org forums. Paid support plans are available as well.

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  2. This feature is added by the Cite extension. You will need to enable the extension in LocalSettings.php before it will work. If you downloaded MediaWiki via a tarball, you likely already have the extension files downloaded; they just aren't enabled by default.
  3. Check if there is any disk space quota or limit that's being reached. The disk being full would be my first thought when uploads suddenly stop working when nothing else changes.
  4. Nothing like this is built-in, so you have two options: Create the graphs in an external program and upload them to MediaWiki as image or svg files. Then, you can use the regular image embedding features to show them in the article. Install an extension such as https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Graph and use that to program and display the graphs.
  5. Pretty standard composer stuff, but it's very intimidating if you aren't already familiar with it. The last response in that linked issue is correct -- you need to run the composer command from your wiki root (same directory where LocalSettings.php is). You may have casing issues as well. Generally speaking (and I cannot confirm whether this is correct for chameleon or not), the value for $wgDefaultSkin must be all lowercase but the value inside of wfLoadSkin() should have a capital first letter.
  6. Normally, wiki accounts cannot be deleted. The UserMerge extension may be installed on the wiki in question which would allow for an administrator to reattribute your edits to someone else and then delete your account. Other wikis may have different policies regarding closing or deleting accounts. The best way to find out for sure would be to contact the administrators of the wiki in question, rather than asking on a general-purpose support forum; we have no way of knowing which account you'd like deleted. (If you are referring to your account on these forums rather than a wiki account, use the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of the page to request an account closure)
  7. Look for $wgActorTableSchemaMigrationStage in your LocalSettings.php. If you see it, delete it from there entirely.
  8. Usually running update.php fixes that. Try it again and see if the update script gives you any error messages.
  9. Skizzerz

    Abhinpl

    This question is not relevant to this forum; please contact whomever asked you to do this on their Wikipedia talk page.
  10. php.ini is a system configuration file. If you host your own server, you can find the ini file location in phpinfo(). If you have hosting elsewhere, contact your host and ask them to change the value in php.ini. Once changed in php.ini, you should modify your LocalSettings.php file as indicated. As a side note, this is only relevant if you are still stuck on PHP 5. The most recent version of MediaWiki does not support PHP 5. If you are using PHP 7, the warning is meaningless and you can safely ignore it.
  11. You can always include a comment in the wiki markup. Comments are not shown on the page itself, but are visible when editing. Comments begin with <!-- and end with --> Example: <!-- This is a comment that will be displayed while editing, but not visible in the page itself. You can use this to leave notes for editors. --> If you see typos by a different user on a talk page, it's usually poor etiquette to modify someone else's comments. A talk page is used for discussion about a page, and are generally held to different standards compared to mainspace pages.
  12. A blank white page indicates a PHP error, see the How to debug page on mediawiki.org for more information on obtaining the actual error messages. Once you know the error message, if you are having troubles figuring out what it means, post back here and we can help you out. I notice that you are attempting to load the extension twice in your LocalSettings.php; you have both a require_once for the WikiEditor files as well as wfLoadExtension. You should use either wfLoadExtension or require_once, but never both. Moving forwards, extensions should be loaded via wfLoadExtension, as the require_once method is now deprecated in recent versions of MediaWiki and support for it is being removed. Finally, your MediaWiki version (1.27) is going to be end of life next month. You should begin plans to migrate to a more recent version if you wish to continue receiving security updates and improvements.
  13. MediaWiki 1.32.1 has been officially released. Below are a highlight of changes made in this patch release. Changes Fixed an issue in the API list=users which mistakenly reported users as missing Removed hard-coded Google site search from database error screens In addition, other bugs related to backend databases were fixed. Upgrading To upgrade from 1.32.0 to 1.32.1, unpack the new files in-place over the old ones. You do not need to run the database upgrade script (update.php) to upgrade from 1.32.0 to 1.32.1. As always, we recommend making a backup of your files before upgrading.
  14. Version 1.3.0

    11 downloads

    This extension uses the MediaWiki API and AuthManager framework to direct login requests with no local account to a remote wiki. The account and its preferences are imported, so the remote login only has be done once. This extension is useful for moving a community from another wiki when you do not have access to the user account database. From a user perspective, it's like they already had an account on the local wiki. For more details, see the documentation page on mediawiki.org. We recommend that you "Follow" this file after downloading by clicking the Follow button above the Download button. This will allow you to be notified when new versions are published.

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  15. The WikiForum extension seems like it does most of what the extension you linked did.
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