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這裡是一個快速入門指南,供您學習如何在預設使用視覺化編輯器的情況下,在wiki站提供您的社群支援。 有些說明也許不適用在您身上,因為可能這些工作已經被完成。那太好了!比方說,大多數人可能不用擔心下列的第一條說明。





  • 為了幫助軟體開發者進行工作的任務排序,敬請您在Phabricator上提交工作項目(task)(就像[$req 這邊的範例])來標注您有興趣在貴wiki站台上需要先處理才能啟用視覺化編輯器,讓軟體開發者來評估現在貴社群可能有的特殊需求。
  • Members of your community can help you identify and build a list of "blockers" or others bugs and feature requests that they view as important. Add the list to the task you filed.


Discuss with community members; announce the rollout widely; update editing-related documentation; set up a dedicated sandbox for testing.

  • You are the expert here. You know about the best ways to involve your community to let them know the visual editor is now available for editors at your wiki —or may soon be— and to get further help with the following tasks.
    • You can start a conversation at your Village Pump in your language and then link to this page, or you can set up a sitenotice, or a watchlist notice for logged-in contributors, or use other methods which are known to work well for your community members. You will certainly receive multiple announcements and updates from community liaisons: please make sure that those are translated or at least summarized in your language.
    • You may want to create a sort of "WikiProject", or anyway a page where the community members who are interested in supporting you can sign up.
    • Make sure that local documentation, especially pages read by new editors such as tutorials for newcomers, editing guides etc., mentions the visual editor and its documentation.
    • You may want to provide a dedicated space (a sandbox in the main or in the User: namespace) where even logged-out editors can try the visual editor. Here is an example of how this was done on the English Wikipedia (note the ?veaction=edit string at the end of the URL).

檢查翻譯狀態 The rollout will be smoother once translations for interface and user guide, at a minimum, are in place!

  • There is key documentation to translate, mainly the User guide and the interface itself.
  • If your wiki is getting the visual editor in conjunction with the single edit tab rollout, the related page will help you explain what this change is about. The page you are reading now is also a good resource to consider.


Filling infoboxes and Cite templates in particular will be so much easier with the visual editor.

  • Help:TemplateData contains information about how to add TemplateData information to common templates on your wiki. This is important because it will make editing a template similar to filling a form, and just as easy.
    • There is now an editing tool that allows you to add TemplateData in a simpler way.
    • Start with templates that are often used in articles, such as citation and reference templates, as well as infoboxes. The Special:MostTranscludedPages special page on your wiki might help you find out which are the most important templates you need to work on. The ones which are heavily used in the article namespace have the priority.
    • Check how other wikis did this. For example, here is the TemplateData for the {{Cite web}} template at the English Wikipedia. If you recently imported {{Cite web}} from that wiki and didn't customize it further, then copying and pasting their TemplateData will probably work for you.


What are the templates that your community uses the most to create citations? The visual editor has a dedicated menu, a sort of shortcut to reach them!

  • Set up a customized 引用 menu with the most used 引用 templates at your wiki. Note that when Citoid is enabled, such a menu will be available from the "⧼Citoid-citefromiddialog-mode-manual⧽" tab of the ⧼citoid-citefromidtool-title⧽ dialog. If your wiki uses plain <ref> tags instead, you can consider skipping this step.
  • See the instructions page at mediawiki.org to learn more about this.
  • If your wiki doesn't really use templates for citations, we recommend simply importing the most recent version of Template:Citation and then enable Citoid using only the single template.


Auto-citing a source using VisualEditor, small.gif

Interested in easier and painless referencing? With this powerful tool it's as easy as copying and pasting a URL.

  • Configure Citoid, which automatically creates a citation template for you from several types of sources.
  • See the instructions page at mediawiki.org to learn more about this.


The characters that your community uses the most can get a prominent place in the related visual editor menu.

  • You can add special characters which are relevant to your language to the existing set of characters.
  • See the instructions page at mediawiki.org to learn more about this.


Become an ambassador for your community by making sure the development team knows about problems or wishes you're hearing.


We set up a deployment process keeping your needs in mind. So, let us know what you're observing in the first weeks after the visual editor lands at your wiki.

  • Patrollers might want to keep an eye on the log of edits made with the visual editor for a few weeks. You can reach it from this link (you'll need to change language code and sister project name in the browser's address bar after you click on it!).
  • Experienced users may make more mistakes than expected at the beginning, as they need some time to adapt to the new environment.


We publish a multilingual bimonthly newsletter so you can learn about new, exciting features as they are made available, and about planned improvements.

  • Sign up for the newsletter, and please add your name to the translators' list so that other people at all projects in your language will be able to read the bulletin in your language on community pages there.


In time, community members have developed code to expand the visual editor's capabilities.

In a nutshell—rating of tasks on this page

Tell the Wikimedia Foundation about your intentions Important
Involve your community Important
Check translations status Important
Make sure main templates feature TemplateData information Important
Add locally popular Cite templates to the Cite menu Nice to have (if plain references tags are the norm for your wiki; if it does use Cite templates instead, then this point is an important one)
Enable Citoid on your wiki Nice to have (but check how it works, and you'll tell us!)
Customize the Special Characters menu Nice to have
Make developers aware of issues raised locally Important
Check how things go after the rollout Nice to have
Keep yourself and your community up-to-date on visual editor news Nice to have
Learn about existing gadgets and how to develop new ones Nice to have

Community-created resources

  • ... add yours!
Please let the visual editor team know if you have further questions.
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