Eklenti:Kategorideki Bağlantıları Vurgulayın

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Highlight Links in Category
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Uygulama User interface, MyWiki
Açıklama Adds a CSS class to links pointing to members of a category
Yazar(lar) Brent Laabs (BrentLaabstalk)
Son sürüm 0.9.0 (2016-03-21)
MediaWiki 1.25+
Veritabanı değişiklikleri Hayor
Lisans MIT License
İndir download
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Örnek https://allthetropes.org/
Parametreler
$wgHighlightLinksInCategory
Hooks used
GetLinkColours
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Kategorideki Bağlantıları Vurgulayın bir kategorideki ögelere işaret eden bağlantıları etkileyerek CSS sınıfı ekleyen bir eklentidir.

Lütfen bir sorunu ya da hatayı bildirmek için Miraheze Fabrikatör bağlantısını kullanın.

Kurulum

  • Download and place the file(s) in a directory called HighlightLinksInCategory in your extensions/ folder.
  • Add the following code at the bottom of your LocalSettings.php:
    wfLoadExtension( 'HighlightLinksInCategory' );
    
  • Yes Yapıldı – Navigate to Special:Version on your wiki to verify that the extension is successfully installed.

Yapılandırma parametreleri

$wgHighlightLinksInCategory
This global is an array that configures which categories get an added CSS class. The keys are the Category names, which must include underscores instead of spaces. Do not include the Category: namespace. The value for each key is the CSS class you would like to add to that category. For example:
    $wgHighlightLinksInCategory = array(
        "Disambiguation_pages" => 'disambig',
        "Templates" => 'templates',
    );

If you want add more than one class, separate the class names with spaces, like

    $wgHighlightLinksInCategory = array( "My_Cat" => "class1 class2 class3" );

You can add as many of these as you want, but from a UX perspective it's probably not awesome to add 500 different style links.

If $wgHighlightLinksInCategory is not set or empty, this extension will do nothing. If you're running a wiki farm and need to turn it off on some wikis, set $wgHighlightLinksInCategory = null; using false could lead to incorrect behavior.

Styling

Simply add the styles you need for these links to MediaWiki:Common.css on your wiki. For example:

    a.disambig {
        color: rebeccapurple
    }
    a.templates {
        font-weight: bold;
        background-color: #efe;
    }

If you want one category to override another, you'll have to specify it with CSS.

    a.templates.disambig {
        font-weight: normal;
        background-color: transparent;
        color: rebeccapurple;
    }

Or alternatively, you could have defined the original a.templates rule as a.templates:not(.disambig) instead.

There's also the link icon approach:

    a.superlink {
        background-image: url(super.png);
        padding-left: 16px;
    }

User Toggles

An easy way to set up toggling this highlighting on or off is to make a Gadget with CSS in it. Yes, this is a personalization extension that outsources the personalization part to other extensions; I can still sleep at night.

How this works

Right after MediaWiki determines which linked pages exist (to make redlinks), it runs the GetLinkColours hook (see LinkHolderArray.php). As we have a list of all of the page ids which are linked on that page, we can run one database query to see which of these links are in the set of categories we want to highlight. Because the query only happens on an index of the categorylinks table, it's reasonably fast. Then CSS classes are assigned based on the result, using the configuration values the user sets in $wgHighlightLinksInCategory.

Explaining how CSS works is outside the scope of this document.

Known Issues

  • CSS styles are not added in Flow, because it doesn't appear to call the GetLinkColors hook there.

See also