- 1 配置
- 2 配置Apache, PHP and the Database
- 3 使wiki运行更快
- 4 设置管理权限
- 5 安装扩展
- 6 本地化
- 7 维护脚本
- 8 更新MediaWiki
- 9 获取数据
- 10 On-wiki customizations
如果你通过web界面安装了 MediaWiki，然后你也运行了 initial configuration script设置通用的配置变量。
- 查看 手册:配置文件上传
- 查看 手册:皮肤配置
其它设置也可以 匹配 相关皮肤.
To configure specific parts of the software, see:
- 手册:缩短URL - more user-friendly URLs to article pages.
配置Apache, PHP and the Database
MediaWiki is a permissions-based wiki system. That means that users will only be able to perform the actions they are allowed to do.
As declaring permissions individually for every user would be tedious and impractical, several User rights are pre-defined in MediaWiki.
You are also allowed to declare new user groups, as your needs require.
Individual extensions may also require creating new user rights.
The most common use. A user marked as 'sysop' can delete and undelete pages, block and unblock IPs and use a shortcut revert-to-previous-contributor's-revision feature in contribs, see 手册:管理员 for more information.
Users in this group can change user rights through Special:UserRights.
A registered bot account. Edits by an account with this set will not appear by default in Recent changes; this is intended for mass imports of data without flooding human edits from view. (Add &hidebots=0 to list changes made by bots e.g. like this)
Extensions are compilations of PHP code that add new features or enhance functionality of the main MediaWiki core.
If you simply want to change the language of a wiki on a per-user basis, this can be done via Special:Preferences. If you selected the wrong language when setting up the wiki simply change the $wgLanguageCode in LocalSettings.php.
MediaWiki has some maintenance script to help doing administrative tasks.
It is important to make regular backups of the data in your wiki. This includes the database, uploaded files and extensions.
Importing a database dump
Converting (importing) existing content
Some scripts exist to import data from other wiki engines.
Much of the appearance and messaging of MediaWiki is determined by messages that administrators can edit like regular wiki pages.
- For a brief overview that addresses the empty help pages, see Project:PD help/Copying.
- See Manual:Sidebar