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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: 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?


Alex Glaros

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. { //@BindingType( @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!

A: On your computer, open Chrome. At the top right, click More Settings. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings. Under "Web Content," make the changes you want: Change everything: Next to "Page zoom," click the Down arrow . Then select the zoom option you want.


Hi im tydero. And you are?

traductor y licencia rubí de github[edit]


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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 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...



  1. Are gadgets can be converted into default options in the Preferences (If it can benefit all projects)?
  2. Is it possible to make deleting "Talk page of a nonexistent or deleted page" happens automatically with the deletion of the original page?
    1. What about Commons files (Instead of the slow bot:Deleting locally without the emergence of these changes in "Special:RecentChanges")? --ديفيد عادل وهبة خليل 2 (talk) 09:49, 25 September 2016 (UTC)

Thank you --ديفيد عادل وهبة خليل 2 (talk) 09:22, 25 September 2016 (UTC)

You can make gadgets default as you can see in MediaWiki:Gadgets-definition. Deleting talk pages automatically can be done with a user script/gadget. Ruslik (talk) 20:19, 3 October 2016 (UTC)
I mean that these things be in the program itself without the need to "MediaWiki:Gadgets-definition" or "user script/gadget".Is this possible? --ديفيد عادل وهبة خليل 2 (talk) 12:50, 6 October 2016 (UTC)

Strange global block log bug[edit]

Sorry can't write longer as I'm on phone, but please see this Stryn (talk) 21:03, 8 October 2016 (UTC)

T147642 is related, according to en.wp VPT. I can't personally see that bug as it's hidden though. ~ Matthewrbowker Drop me a note 21:29, 8 October 2016 (UTC)

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book and pdf creator font size[edit]

I do like the 2-column download pdf and create book options. I like to print them with the Adobe Reader print as booklet option. However, the font is then just a bit to small. I can increase that with the scale option of pdfjam bust just 8%. Is there somewhere hidden an option of the book creator for increasing the font size?? (I run Linux) Cheers, Janwillem

Invitation for review: Technical Collaboration Guideline[edit]

Wikimedians, please review something we are working on for the Wikimedia Foundation, the mw:Technical Collaboration Guideline.

The Technical Collaboration Guideline (TCG) is a set of best practice recommendations, for planning and communicating product and project information to Wikimedia communities, in order to work better, together. The TCG allows Wikimedia Foundation (WMF) Product teams and Wikimedia communities to work together in a systematic way in the product development and deployment cycle. It is hoped that the TCG is useful enough to be utilized in planning and communications regarding any project, from anyone. The TCG is intended to be flexible as plans and products change in development; it is a guide whose contents will help build collaborative relationships.

The initial draft of the TCG was written after discussions in small groups with members of the Community Liaisons and Product Management teams, to identify successes and failures in communication, and what we can do to encourage collaboration with the communities. Over the next month, we are seeking review and feedback from Wikimedia community members. All feedback that is left will be read; if there is a case for immediate action, it will be made. All feedback will be taken into consideration when editing the next draft of the TCG. Please keep in mind that the TCG is intended to be lightweight information and instruction and will not be completely comprehensive. The TCG and the conversations about it are in English, but comments from all languages are welcome. We look forward to reading your comments at mw:Talk:Technical Collaboration Guideline. Thanks. Quiddity (WMF) (talk) 20:38, 24 October 2016 (UTC)