|This extension is maintained by the Reading Web team.|
Release status: stable
|동작 방식||User interface, Ajax|
|설명||Provides a better experience to users when they click on thumbnails in a page|
|만든이||Mark Holmquist, Gergő Tisza, Gilles Dubuc|
|라이선스||GNU General Public License 2.0 or later|
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The MultimediaViewer extension gives the user of a wiki a different interface for viewing full-size, or nearly full-size, images in their browser without extraneous page loads or confusing interstitial pages.
Option A: use Vagrant. See the MediaWiki-Vagrant page for instructions to get a MediaWiki installation going with a Vagrant virtual machine system.
vagrant enable-role multimediaviewer and then
Option B: install manually.
First, consider installing Extension:BetaFeatures. It may be helpful to hide the media viewer feature behind a preference. If you don't install this, it will be enabled everywhere. MultimediaViewer uses the GetBetaFeaturePreferences hook, which is created and run from BetaFeatures, to register this preference.
You'll also likely want to download Extension:CommonsMetadata - it's not a hard requirement, but without it you won't get very much information in your lightboxes.
- 파일을 다운로드해서,
MultimediaViewer이라는 이름의 디렉터리 내에 설치합니다.
- 아래의 코드를 LocalSettings.php의 말미에 추가합니다:
- 완료 - 위키의 ‘Special:Version’에 이동해서, 확장기능이 올바르게 설치된 것을 확인합니다.
$wgMediaViewerIsInBetawill register a preference with BetaFeatures if set to "true"
$wgMediaViewerEnableByDefaultForAnonymouswill determine whether MMV is enabled by default for everyone and for anonymous users, respectively. They both default to true.
$wgDefaultUserOptions['multimediaviewer-enable'] = 1;can be used as a replacement for
$wgMediaViewerUseThumbnailGuessingwill improve performance when enabled, but can be fragile depending on how the wiki is set up (it will probably work fine if you use a 404 handler).
- Forced download
To ensure files are offered for download and not viewed in the user's browser following a click on the Download … button, the server has to be configured, except when using vagrant:
If the requested URL to an image directory contains the
download query parameter, the
Content-Disposition-header must be set to
This can be achieved in Apache and compatible servers using mod_rewrite and mod_headers in a
Varnish configuration can look like this.
First thing, before testing, is to make sure you're logged in and you have the preference enabled: Log in to the wiki and go to Special:Preferences, then visit the "Beta features" tab and check the appropriate box.
Next, go to a page that has a thumbnail on it. Try clicking on the image or on the "expand" icon near it. The lightbox should pop up and give you a bigger view of the image.
If you'd prefer, there's an exported test environment that you can use via Special:Import to quickly set up a suitable testing environment.
Extending with user scripts
If you want to add functionality, you'll have to dig around in the classes and change the functionality pretty manually. We'll work on making this a nicer experience, but given the class and method hierarchy we've built, we think it's not terribly difficult right now.
HOWEVER, you should avoid doing this too much. If things change internally, then your code might break in unexpected ways, and you (and your users) will be surprised. Don't let that happen, and wait for a more stable way to extend the product.
See /Extension:Metadata for an example.
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|This extension is being used on one or more Wikimedia projects. This probably means that the extension is stable and works well enough to be used by such high-traffic websites. Look for this extension's name in Wikimedia's CommonSettings.php and InitialiseSettings.php configuration files to see where it's installed. A full list of the extensions installed on a particular wiki can be seen on the wiki's Special:Version page.|