Release status: stable
|Description||Adds additional Special page which lists all your previously read articles|
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UserHistory is an extension to the MediaWiki software that keeps track of all articles accessed by a logged in user. It creates an additional Special page in which you can find all your previously visited articles.
You know that time when you read a fascinating fact but completely forgot the article name and where you read it? No more! Add a simple UserHistory extension to your wiki portal and your history will be accessible in a single place.
For more information, please see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:UserHistory
Using git directly:
cd extensions/ git clone https://github.com/rexem/UserHistory.git
Alternatively download the source code directly from GitHub: https://github.com/rexem/UserHistory/archive/master.zip
Extract the contents, rename the resulting directory to
UserHistory, and add it to your MediaWiki extensions folder.
Once downloaded and located in you 'extensions' directory, add the following code to your
wfLoadExtension( 'UserHistory' );
Issues and Feedback
Any issues could be reported on the GitHub issue tracking system: https://github.com/rexem/UserHistory/issues
Alternatively on the https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:UserHistory talk page
Please create a pull request against UserHistory GitHub repository using the latest available code.
Please make sure your code complies with MediaWiki PHPSniffer definition and other coding conventions.