Globalne zajty używocza

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Globalne zajty używocza to zajty używocza wgrane we Meta-Wiki, kero mo ajnflus we wszyjskich projektach Wikimedyjo.

This includes three pages:

  1. Your Meta user page will be shown on any wiki where you don't have a local user page.
  2. Your global.css contains styles that are imported on every wiki when you're logged in.
  3. Your global.js contains scripts that are loaded on every wiki when you're logged in.

You must have a global account to use these features. The global pages will only be inherited on wikis where you have a local account that's not detached (see a list of accounts attached to your global account). That primarily means your global user page won't appear on wikis you've never visited.

Managing global user page and scripts

Global user page, JS script and style sheet are enabled by default, and once these pages are created they will come into effect automatically. For more details about managing and controlling global user pages, scripts and style sheets, see the documentation:

Wyćepowańy zajt lokalnych

Your global user page won't be shown on local wikis if you already have a user page there; you can request deletion of your local pages.

Content

Your global user page should not contain content considered inappropriate on projects where it will be displayed (see Help:User page for more information).

Translation

While you can't translate your user page automatically into the local content language, you can translate it into the reader's user interface language. For example, this adds a user language box, and a sentence translated into either German or English:

{{#babel:en|de-2}}
{{#switch:{{int:lang}}
 |de=Willkommen auf meiner Benutzerseite!
 |#default=Welcome to my user page!
}}

The text in any language can be any number of lines, but every language can only occur once inside the #switch-block. The #default-block must not be missed, as it is the fallback for all possible languages, that are not explicitly mentioned.

For a more complex example, see User:°/multilingual global user page − how to.

See also