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Kategorien, ein Software-Feature von MediaWiki, ermöglicht eine automatische Indexierung und kann als Inhaltsverzeichniss gebraucht werden.

Seiten können kategorisiert werden, indem einen oder mehrere Category Tags zum Inhalt hinzufügt. Diese Tags generieren Links am Ende der Seite, welche zu einer Übersicht über alle Seiten der gleichen Kategorie führen. Dies ermöglicht eine einfache Durchsuchung von verwandten Artikeln.

Zusammenfassung[edit | edit source]

Jede Seite in Kategorie Namensraum repräsentiert eine sogenannte Kategorie, eine Gruppe verwandter Seiten, und beinhaltet einen Index der Seiten dieser Kategorie. Zum Beispiel gehört diese Seite zur Kategorie:Hilfe". Wenn du die Seite "Kategorie:Hilfe" öffnest, siehst du dort einen Link zu dieser Seite.

Wenn eine Seite zu einer oder mehreren Kategorien gehört, erscheinen diese Kategorien am Ende der Seite (oder in der oberen rechten Ecke, je nach verwendeter Skin).

Die Kategorienseite selbst kann 2 Teile enthalten:

  • am Beginn der Seite ein optionaler Text, der wie bei einer normalen Seite bearbeitet werden kann,
  • am Ende der Seite eine immer verfügbare, automatisch generierte, alphabetisch sortierte Linkliste aller Seiten in dieser Kategorie (sortiert nach ASCII. Siehe Help:Special page).

To assign a category to a page, simply add the link "[[Category:Category name]]" to the page's wikitext. The usual place to add it is at the bottom of the page.

To link a category page within a page as a normal wiki link (without adding the page to the category), prefix the link name with a colon. For example: [[:Category:Not in this category]]

New categories can be created before assigning any page to it, in the same way as any other regular page.

Individual wikis may have their own top-level categories, such as Category:Contents in Wikipedia.

For a complete list of all categories which have at least one page, see Special:Categories.

For a complete list of all created/edited categories, including the ones that don't have any pages, see Special:Allpages/Category: (note the colon at the end).

Eine Seite einer Kategorie hinzufügen[edit | edit source]

To add a page or uploaded file to a category, simply edit the page and add the following text (where Name is the name of the category you want to add it to).

[[Category:Name]]

Any number of Category tags may be added to the page and the page will be listed in all of them. Category tags, along with interwiki language links placed in the sidebar, are usually added at the very bottom of the page for the convenience of other editors.

On a categorized page, categories are displayed in the Categories: box strictly in the order they appear in the wikitext.

If $wgUseCategoryBrowser is set to true, under the first list each category is listed again, breadcrumb-style, with all its parent categories, sorted alphabetically. (At least in MediaWiki 1.18.2) if a category is a subcategory of more than one parent, both hierarchies will be listed, but the tagged category will be stripped off all but one of these. This creates the potential for what appear to be duplicate entries if a category with multiple parents and one of its parents are both tagged on a page. For example suppose Maryanne is a subcategory of both Mary and Anne. If a page tags categories Maryanne and Anne then the Category breadcrumbs will show

Anne 
Anne
Mary -> Maryanne

"Anne" appears to be duplicated, but what is meant is

Anne 
Anne -> Maryanne
Mary -> Maryanne

This is probably a bug, and has been reported in Bug 33614.

Sortierschlüssel[edit | edit source]

By default, a page is sorted within a category under the first letter of its name — without the namespace. Also, MediaWiki groups accented characters separately from their unaccented version, so pages starting by À, Á, Ä, will be listed under separate headings, instead of under heading A. (If you have shell access, these defaults can be changed using $wgCategoryCollation.)

A sort key specifies under which letter heading, and where in the category list, the page will appear. You can add a sort key by placing it inside the tag after a pipe character. For example, the tag below will add the page under heading "S".

[[Category:Name|Sort]]

Sort keys are case-sensitive, and spaces and other characters are also valid. The order of the sections within a category follows the Unicode sort order. The sort key does not change the page title displayed in the category.

See Help:Sorting for further information on category sorting.

Eine Kategorie erstellen[edit | edit source]

Categories exist even if their page has not been created, but these categories are isolated from others and serve little purpose for organization or navigation.

A category is created by creating a page in the Category: namespace. A category page can be created the same way as other wiki pages (see Help:Starting a new page); just add "Category:" before the page title.

To avoid extra work, try searching within your wiki before creating a new category. The list of all categories can be found in "Special pages" in the "tools" box of the sidebar.

Managing the category hierarchy[edit | edit source]

Categories may belong to other categories in a hierarchy. Since category pages are much like any other page, a Category tag may be added to the bottom of a category page.

It is a good idea to organize all categories into a hierarchy with a single top level category. The category structure can take the form of a tree with separate branches, but more often will have a graph structure. Generally, there should be a contiguous chain of parent-child links between each category and the top level category.

Versteckte Kategorien[edit | edit source]

The categories that a page is in are normally listed at the bottom of the page. In Mediawiki 1.13+, a category can be hidden from this list by adding the magic word "__HIDDENCAT__" to the category page.

Users can choose to see hidden categories in a separate "Hidden categories" list, by checking "Show hidden categories" in the "Appearance" section of Special:Preferences.

Hidden categories are automatically added to Category:Hidden categories. This category is specified in the system message MediaWiki:Hidden-category-category.

See also: hidden categories

Auf eine Kategorie verlinken[edit | edit source]

To create a link to a category, use a leading colon before the category name (without this colon, the current page would be added to the category):

[[:Category:Help]]Category:Help

To change the link text, write the text inside the link tag after a pipe:

[[:Category:Help|Help category]]Help category

Redirect pages that redirect to categories must also use the colon, otherwise they will be added to the category instead of redirecting.

Redirecting a category[edit | edit source]

Like normal wiki pages, category pages can be redirected to other normal or category pages. However, this is not recommended, as pages categorized in redirected categories do not get categorized in the target category (bugzilla:3311). Some Wikimedia sites use a "category redirect" template to mark redirected categories, allowing manual or automated cleanup of pages categorized there.

Tracking categories[edit | edit source]

Certain syntax issues, such as a broken image link, or too many expensive parser functions, can cause a page to be added to a tracking category. See Help:Tracking categories for details.

Siehe auch[edit | edit source]