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Inserimento link[edit]

Salve. Vorrei inserire un link che indirizza a sito esterno in un testo. Ho già provato più volte ma viene considerato come indirizzo pubblicitario. Come risolvere?

il link è questo: http://bandadicropani.jimdo.com ho provato a creare una pagina anche ma non mi accetta i link. testi e link sono originali e non sono usati a scopo pubblicitario.

Is it possible to download a raw dataset of all world government organizations (city, state, province, etc.)?

If there is not a data value indicating it's a government organization, are all URLS in a table so that I can programmatically deduce which URLs are government, therefore indirectly indicating all government organizations?

thanks,

Alex Glaros

اقتراح لوكبيديا[edit]

لماذا لايكون هناك عدد مشاهدين و معجبين و وصفحات كتاب ويكبديا بتويتر شهرة

Connection terminated as request was larger than 10485760[edit]

Client call Weservice. An error occurred when the client uses MTOM to transmit more than 10M. { fepacdb.client.MTOMServerDeal hs = s.getPort(new QName(strNm,strPort), MTOMServerDeal.class); SOAPBinding binding = (SOAPBinding) ((BindingProvider) hs).getBinding(); boolean mtomEnabled = binding.isMTOMEnabled(); binding.setMTOMEnabled(true); } Server has opened MTOM. { @javax.xml.ws.soap.MTOM //@BindingType(value=javax.xml.ws.soap.SOAPBinding.SOAP12HTTP_MTOM_BINDING) @WebService() public class MTOMServer } How to set up wildfly-8.2.0.Final?

wikipedia font size too small[edit]

how do i increase the font size in the wikipedia app i just down loaded to my laptop as it is way too small, the std font that came with the wikipedia app?!? thank you. The wikipedia app is a good alternative for search!

tydero[edit]

Hi im tydero and you

traductor y licencia rubí de github[edit]

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How divide the content of one wiki page into multiple pages[edit]

We are keep editing our wiki page and now because of size of content it became very slow while editing.After certain content we want to create a new page.

For example on my website i shows photos. I show 10 photos on first page and then 10 on second page and so on with latest photos on first page. How can i achieve this.

Any help will be appreciated. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 202.79.203.111 (talk)

Please, see how to split articles. Ruslik (talk) 17:24, 29 May 2016 (UTC)

Downside to thumbnails[edit]

Somewhere I read that the mobile search has enabled thumbnail images.

That "enhancement" has an unintended negative consequence.

A reader wrote into Wikimedia ticket:2016052910002726 noting that the intended to search for "Felmersham", but by the time the first three letters, the screen populated with several options including fellatio and an image.

I realize that Wikipedia is not censored but we also have a concept of "least astonishment". I know we get emails from people who search for X and are troubled to see X — the appropriate response is - don't search for X, but that's not what happened here.

Apologies if this is not the right forum, can someone tell me where this ought to be reported?--Sphilbrick (talk) 14:52, 29 May 2016 (UTC)

It probably means that people often search for fellatio. As to the least astonishment, it is entirely subjective what really startles people. Ruslik (talk) 17:21, 29 May 2016 (UTC)
You may have missed the point. I don't doubt that many people search for fellatio. I don't doubt that it's a search term thousand times more common than any other word starting with FEL. But if the reader wants to look up cuneiform, types in C - U - N, then pauses to remember whether the next letter is E or I, and is presented with an image of cunnilingus, I don't think it's helpful to explain to them that cunnilingus is searched for more often than cuneiform. It doesn't trouble me that the word might pop up in a list of possible words, but I view that as different than an image. Or perhaps I should say, because it doesn't trouble me, I can imagine that many reasonable people might find it inappropriate. I have no trouble telling them that Wikipedia is not censored and we will not remove articles and images of topics they might prefer not to visit, but there is a major difference between existence of an article which they don't have to look for and an image being presented to them without a request.--Sphilbrick (talk) 18:22, 29 May 2016 (UTC)
It is not clear what you want? To disable this feature? Ruslik (talk) 20:20, 29 May 2016 (UTC)
I'd suggest temporarily disabling until someone can figure out whether a fix is appropriate. I think it is, but it doesn't sound like an easy fix.--Sphilbrick (talk) 01:12, 30 May 2016 (UTC)

Math equations missing in all pages[edit]

In Firefox 3 and some older versions of IE the <math> is not rendered, the <meta> with "background: url()" using svg graphic is not rendered either. The pages without equations are crippled to uselessness. In mid-april 2016 it worked well with using PNG images, and also pages like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Displaying_a_formula refer to using PNG images... There is no mention of changing math technology in your "Tech news" either (at least since March this year, the change occured sometimes after mid-april...)

Using this old versions of web-browsers may be an important security-issue, since newer versions of Firefox with Firefox.js compiled into Omni.ja prevents security editing of snooping configuration items, the Chrome and some IE are unsecure due to inability to switch off javascript, very poor configuration options and more problems...

Web pages packed to MHT (MIME html) file format may be displayed inline in some e-mail clients, which also probably will not support <math> tags...

Scribunto/Lua question[edit]

Hi. Can Module contents be imported from one wiki to another as we do with JavaScript using mw.loader.load ('//meta.wikimedia...etc? Thanks. —MarcoAurelio 10:51, 7 June 2016 (UTC)

Not at this time. See phab:T52329 for the "global modules" feature request. Anomie (talk) 13:36, 7 June 2016 (UTC)