Extension:MobileFrontend

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L'extension MobileFrontend :


Manuel des extensions MediaWiki
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MobileFrontend
État de la version : stable
MediaWiki-Vagrant MobileFrontend Extension.png
Implémentation User interface, Hook
Description Provides a mobile-friendly view
Auteur(s)
Compatibility policy release branches
MediaWiki 1.31.0-alpha
PHP 5.5.9+
Licence GNU General Public License 2.0 or later
Téléchargement
README
Exemple m.mediawiki.org
Accroches utilisées
APIGetAllowedParams
APIAfterExecute
APIGetParamDescription
APIGetDescription
RequestContextCreateSkin
MediaWikiPerformAction
OutputPageBeforeHTML
SkinAfterBottomScripts
SkinTemplateOutputPageBeforeExec
BeforePageRedirect
DiffViewHeader
ResourceLoaderTestModules
GetCacheVaryCookies
TestCanonicalRedirect
ResourceLoaderGetConfigVars
SpecialPage_initList
ListDefinedTags
ChangeTagsListActive
RecentChange_save
AbuseFilter-generateUserVars
AbuseFilter-builder
SpecialPageBeforeExecute
UserLoginComplete
BeforePageDisplay
CustomEditor
GetPreferences
GetBetaFeaturePreferences
Gadgets::allowLegacy
CentralAuthLoginRedirectData
CentralAuthSilentLoginRedirect
ResourceLoaderRegisterModules
EventLoggingRegisterSchemas
OutputPageParserOutput
HTMLFileCache::useFileCache
LoginFormValidErrorMessages
ResourceLoaderGetLessVars
ThumbnailBeforeProduceHTML
PageRenderingHash
AfterBuildFeedLinks
MakeGlobalVariablesScript
TitleSquidURLs
MediaWikiServices
Accroches fournies
SkinMinervaDefaultModules
MobileLicenseLink
MobileSiteOutputPageBeforeExec
MobileSpecialPageStyles
MobileFrontendBeforeDOM
MinervaPreRender
MobileMenu
BeforeSpecialMobileDiffDisplay
EnterMobileMode
GetMobileUrl
BeforePageDisplayMobile
SpecialWatchlistQuery
SpecialMobileEditWatchlist::images
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This page is designed for end users who want to install it on their development instance. If you are keen to help us build it and improve it we encourage you to get involved.

Prérequis

  • Bien que MediaWiki ne l'exige pas, PHP doit avoir la prise en charge de mbstring pour que cette extension fonctionne (task T62174).
  • La version de MobileFrontend pour MediaWiki ≤ 1.24 nécessite l'extension Mantle.

Before installing MobileFrontend, if you make heavy use of templates and/or inline styles (the style attribute) you should review your content to see whether it is mobile friendly. The TemplateStyles extension can be used to style content so that it renders nicely on mobile and desktop. MobileFrontend will not magically fix this for you!

In particular, you may want to review your landing page (main page). See Mobile homepage formatting.

Installation

  • Si vous utilisez Vagrant , installez avec vagrant roles enable mobilefrontend --provision
Installation manuelle
  • Téléchargez et placez le(s) fichiers (s) dans un répertoire appelé MobileFrontend dans votre dossier extensions/.

Setup Nearby

MobileFrontend provides the Special:Nearby page with a little configuration. To get this to work a few optional steps are required:

  1. Due to browser security you will need to be running a secure site over SSL — it is not possible to request a user's location over HTTP.
  2. Install the GeoData extension
  3. Run update.php
  4. In LocalSettings.php add $wgMFNearby = true;
  5. Determine article coordinates:
    1. Add data to your articles to one or more pages {{#coordinates:37.786971|-122.399677|primary}} see the documentation for GeoData for syntax details.
    2. Alternatively you can use a separate MediaWiki installation for Nearby by setting $wgMFNearbyEndpoint in your LocalSettings.php file. For example, $wgMFNearbyEndpoint = 'https://en.m.wikipedia.org/w/api.php'; will use coordinates of English Wikipedia articles. The nearby endpoint will be used to find content related to a given location.

Configurer un habillage

MobileFrontend provides you with a mobile formatted website to go alongside your existing desktop website. You can skin it however you want.

 // Choose one of these and add chosen code to bottom of LocalSettings.php file:
 wfLoadSkin( 'MinervaNeue' );
 $wgMFDefaultSkinClass = 'SkinMinerva'; // use Minerva skin (You need to download and install it separately, otherwise you'll get an exception)
 wfLoadSkin( 'Vector' );
 $wgMFDefaultSkinClass = 'SkinVector'; // use Vector skin
 wfLoadSkin( 'Timeless' );
 $wgMFDefaultSkinClass = 'SkinTimeless'; // use Timeless skin

The following skins are compatible with MobileFrontend:

Paramètres de configuration

Voir Extension:MobileFrontend/Configuration

Additional tweaks

Get the most out of MobileFrontend by adding these other optional dependencies:

Personalisations locale

Mise en forme CSS

To apply CSS to your mobile theme, edit MediaWiki:Mobile.css, the counterpart of MediaWiki:Common.css.

MobileFrontend does not load the global MediaWiki:Common.css, neither does it load any of the user stylesheets.

En savoir plus

If you would like to test the mobile extension on a desktop browser or your device doesn't render the mobile version, you can append the following key-value pair to the query string: ?useformat=mobile e.g., https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Schuldiner?useformat=mobile

If you would like to view a page in the beta without enabling it across the entire site you can append to the query string of any page

Legacy features of MobileFrontend

MobileFrontend has traditionally been a very large extension. Many features have either surpassed their requirements or will do at some future date. These are listed below.

API

APIs are provided by the MobileFrontend extension, but long term we expect to deprecate them in favour of Mobile Content Service. Use these APIs at your own risk. They may disappear (although we will give you sufficient notice when they do)!

API MobileView

See Extension:MobileFrontend/MobileViewAPI .

action=parse étendu

action=parse accepts extra parameters:

mobileformat=
Return rendered page HTML in a mobile format 1.23+. Prior to MediaWiki 1.23, you could specify mobileformat=html to output HTML for modern phones or mobileformat=wml to output WML for dumb phones (see mailing list messagefor details).
noimages
Disable images in mobile output.
mainpage
Apply mobile main page transformations.

Exemple :


meta=siteinfo

The domain of the mobile version of the site (which might or might not be the same as the normal domain) is available under the mobileserver key of the general siteinfo information.

Pour les développeurs/administrateurs système

Tester avec les articles d'un wiki externe (données actuelles)

MobileFrontend can now be configured locally to render articles from other MediaWiki instances.[1] This can help you debug problems locally instead of importing articles which may have dependencies on various templates and Wikibase identifiers from production to your local instance. This is not recommended for production usage.

The code below will turn your local MediaWiki mobile site into a Wikivoyage viewer:

$wgMFContentProviderClass = 'MobileFrontend\ContentProviders\MwApiContentProvider';
$wgMFMwApiContentProviderBaseUri = 'https://en.m.wikivoyage.org/w/api.php';

This is particularly useful for testing different mobile skins using the wgMFDefaultSkinClass config option.

Utiliser la vue pour mobiles

Sites WMF

On Wikimedia Foundation-run sites, we use Varnish caching servers to check the user agent of your device.

Sites non-WMF

For non-WMF sites, you can either set up your configuration to mimic how things are done at the WMF (doing device detection at the proxy layer and setting specific X-Device headers), or you can simply use "?useformat=mobile" to switch an article to use the mobile view.

Starting from the snapshot version 1.28, the default $wgMFMobileHeader was changed from X-WAP to X-Subdomain. You could either set $wgMFMobileHeader = 'X-WAP'; or modify your cache (Varnish) header setting. As long as them match.

FAQ

The following questions frequently appear on our talk page. Please check this list before posting about them on the talk page or use the existing talk topic, if available, to receive clarifications.

Q: How do I customise the main menu of the Minerva skin?

A: This is tracked in phabricator but you can see Topic:Tiggc18fvd3stmsf has an interim solution.

Q: How do I add HTML to the Minerva skin, for example to add ads or additional script tags?

A: You can do this by editing the template file for the skin (currently include/skins/minerva.mustache). See this discussion for details.

Q: The extension I am using doesn't seem to work on MobileFrontend. Why?

A: It's likely the extension is old and needs to add compatibility to MobileFrontend. Please contact the developer of the extension and point them to ResourceLoader/Writing a MobileFrontend friendly ResourceLoader module. Please do not post to the talk page, as in this case it would be better to file a bug on Phabricator (you can login using your MediaWiki.org username) for a quicker response.

Q: I upgraded MobileFrontend and now I'm getting a fatal exception!

A: You are probably using incompatible versions of MobileFrontend and MediaWiki. In most cases, we can't help you here. Try upgrading MobileFrontend or MediaWiki to resolve your issue.

Q: After upgrading MediaWiki I'm getting an exception wgMFDefaultSkinClass is not setup correctly.

A: MobileFrontend currently assumes you have the MinervaNeue skin installed. If you don't you'll need to install this or configure your mobile skin per instructions above.

Pour les développeurs d'extensions

By default resource modules in extensions will not be loaded in mobile view.

Should a module need to be loaded while in mobile view this guide on writing MobileFrontend friendly modules will be of help.

Voir aussi

References