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  1. The solution depends on your specific requirements (e.g. does it need to work without JavaScript?), but you might be interested in the MonobookSidebar JavaScript (live example on Halopedia), which is used to implement a nested navigation menu on the MonoBook skin, similar to the menu found in the Monaco and Nimbus skins. The source code, including the menu items' definitions, can be found on Halopedia's MediaWiki:Monobook.js page and the styles are naturally found on the MediaWiki:Monobook.css page (look for the comment "/*** Monobook Sidebar ***/"). The gradient image that the CSS code refers
  2. As the error message says, you should use the variable called $wgLocalInterwikis (plural) instead of $wgLocalInterwiki (singular). You will most likely find the offending line of code in your wiki's settings file, LocalSettings.php. Additionally, if and when you're seeing that (and/or similar notices) on top of your pages, you should verify that your LocalSettings.php file does not contain a line like ini_set( 'display_errors', 1 ); or ini_set( 'display_errors', true ); anywhere. That's what is enabling the displaying of PHP notices, warnings, errors, etc. and it is not recommended to sho
  3. Your site appears to be serving a white page on the specified URL (and the root domain serves a Fedora test page indicating that the server is successfully running Apache), so I can't comment on your specific case, but as a general rule: yes, it's CSS. As for what rules you need and where they are located depends on a few things. Most wikis will have the infobox CSS rules in the on-wiki page called MediaWiki:Common.css for CSS rules placed there will be applied to all skins. For the Swedish Wikipedia, that page can be found at https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Common.css although it
  4. According to the MediaWiki.org manual page for generateSitemaps.php, the script has an option named --urlpath (which you should apparently use almost always with the --server option), which allows setting an absolute URL and seems to have been specifically implemented to support Google's requirements for sitemaps.
  5. It should be noted that there are several — more or less stable — free and open source software solutions for MediaWiki, such as WikiForum or the (in)famous LiquidThreads. (Mandatory disclaimer: I am one of the authors of WikiForum, although WikiForum has been in a maintenance mode for quite some time and hasn't received any new features and isn't actively being worked on by me or anyone else.) In addition to that, some sites integrate with an external (FOSS) forum, i.e. wikiHow uses Vanilla Forums for their forums with authentication done by a custom MediaWiki extensions (found in the /e
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