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SteveMann

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  1. I have moved my MediaWiki from a Raspberry Pi to an Intel NUC. I want to leave the MediaWiki on the Pi running, just in case I missed something in the move. But I want to turn off editing so that I don't accidentally try to dd new information to an old wiki. I put this into my /var/www/html/LocalSettings.php file (on the Pi) #Restrict editing by absolutely everyone $wgGroupPermissions['*']['edit'] = false; $wgGroupPermissions['user']['edit'] = false; $wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['edit'] = false; Yet, I can still edit. What did I miss? Thanks.
  2. Have you considered converting the data to a table? I had an XLS file with a bit over 100 rows and four columns. Here is a site that does the conversion for me.
  3. One more question, please. All three of the following definitions work- which is correct? .mw-editsection { position: absolute; right: 0px; } .mw-editsection { text-align: right; } .mw-editsection { float: right; } And would you put it into Custom.css or Vector.css?
  4. Thanks. I am a complete novice at CSS but the class name should help with my experiments. I did try a few things in my Common.css such as align:right, but the only thing that moved the [edit] links was to increase the spacing.
  5. I moved my local MediaWiki form a Raspberry Pi to an Intel NUC, and in the process upgraded to the latest MediaWiki version. I was using the vector skin in both the old and the new location. In the older version, the [edit] links were all on the right side of the page, and now they immediately follow the heading text. Can I move the [edit] links to the right side of the pages? Thanks
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