Erweiterung:RandomSelection

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MediaWiki-Erweiterungen
RandomSelection
Freigabestatus: stabil
Einbindung Tag , Parser-Funktion
Beschreibung Displays a random option from the given set
Autor(en)
Letzte Version 3.0.0 (2018-09-09)
MediaWiki 1.39+
Datenbankänderungen Nein
Lizenz GNU General Public License 2.0 oder neuer
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Beispiel

  • ‎<choose>
  • ‎<option>
  • ‎<choicetemplate>
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The RandomSelection extension allows for randomly-generated content inside your wiki; e.g. rotating images, random greetings, etc.

Installation

  • Die Erweiterung herunterladen und die Datei(en) in ein Verzeichnis namens RandomSelection im Ordner extensions/ ablegen.
    Entwickler und Code-Beitragende sollten stattdessen die Erweiterung von Git installieren, mit:cd extensions/
    git clone https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/mediawiki/extensions/RandomSelection
  • Folgenden Code am Ende deiner LocalSettings.php -Datei einfügen:
    wfLoadExtension( 'RandomSelection' );
    
  • Yes Erledigt – Navigiere zu Special:Version in deinem Wiki, um zu überprüfen, ob die Erweiterung erfolgreich installiert wurde.

Verwendung

Tags

To choose between one or more options, simply place each option inside an ‎<option> tag which are themselves placed inside ‎<choose> tags, like so:

<choose>
<option>This is the first choice.</option>
<option>This is the second choice.</option>
<option>Und so weiter...</option>
</choose>

From each set of ‎<choose> tags, precisely one ‎<option> tag will be selected at random, and its contents shown. Anything can be placed inside of option tags: links, images, even templates.

However, template arguments will not be expanded due to task T4257.

You can also have what is placed inside the option tags be sent as an argument to a template with the ‎<choicetemplate> tag, e.g.:

<choose>
<option>Template:Featured article/Elephant</option>
<option>Template:Featured article/Giraffe</option>
<option>Template:Featured article/Rhinoceros</option>
<choicetemplate>PageWithEditButton</choicetemplate>
</choose>

You could then create a [[Template:PageWithEditButton]] with these contents:

[{{canonicalurl:{{{1}}}|action=edit}} Edit] {{{{{1}}}}}

This is useful if you want to set up randomly rotating featured articles and have an edit button to allow the user to edit the featured article blurbs.

<span id="Parameters_to_‎<choose>">

Parameter für ‎<choose>

Parameter Beschreibung
uncached Disable caching for the chosen option
before Put this text before the chosen option
after Put this text after the chosen option
Since version 2.2.2 caching in the ‎<choose> tag is disabled only if the user specifies ‎<choose uncached>. Previously caching was disabled by default.

If you wanted to disable caching for the options, you should add the uncached parameter.

<choose uncached>
<option>This is the first choice.</option>
<option>This is the second choice.</option>
<option>Und so weiter...</option>
</choose>

If you wanted to display one of three YouTube videos, you could try this (Extension:Widgets and Erweiterung:YouTube required):

<choose before="{{#widget: YouTube|id=" after="}}">
<option>eR7-AUmiNcA</option><!--King of Anything-->
<option>cSCi7kCXKDA</option><!--Slipping Through My Fingers-->
<option>7n2d9XPsmmE</option><!--When Death Note Music Plays in My Car-->
</choose>

<span id="Parameters_to_‎<option>">

Parameter für ‎<option>

Parameter Beschreibung
weight Weight of the option

If you'd like some options to be shown more often than others, you can add weight to the option tags, like so:

<choose>
<option weight="2">This option will be shown twice as often as a normal option.</option>
<option>By default, options have a weight of 1.</option>
<option weight="1.5">This option also has a weight of 1. Fractional portions are ignored.</option>
</choose>


Parserfunktion

To choose between one or more options, simply place each option inside the #choose: parser function, like so:

{{#choose:
 |This is the first choice.
 |This is the second choice.
 |Und so weiter...
}}

From each choice divided by a pipe, precisely one choice will be selected at random, and its contents shown. Anything can be placed inside: links, images, even templates.

Siehe auch