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This skin comes with MediaWiki 1.1 and above. Thus you do not have to download it again. De andere instructies hier beneden moeten nog wel gevolgd worden.
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MonoBook
Release status: stable
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MediaWiki 1.29+
License GNU General Public License 2.0 or later
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Example https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?useskin=monobook
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MonoBook is a skin. It was the previous default skin for Wikimedia Foundation websites since MediaWiki 1.3, as the replacement for the old Standard skin.

Installation

This skin is included in the MediaWiki download tarball. You only need to install it separately if you installed MediaWiki using a different method.


  • Download en plaats de bestanden in een map genaamd MonoBook in de skins/ map.
  • Voeg de volgende code onderaan aan LocalSettings.php toe:
wfLoadSkin( 'MonoBook' );
  • Yes Klaar - Navigeer naar Special:Version op de wiki om te controleren dat de vormgeving succesvol is geïnstalleerd.

Historical notes

It became the most popular and most widely supported skin in the MediaWiki ecosystem until it was finally superseded by the Vector skin as the default on May 13, 2010 (MediaWiki 1.17, git #2833b07a), as a result of the efforts of the Wikipedia Usability Initiative to improve Wikipedia user experiences and potentially draw in more contributor participation. It served as a common backup for Vector and is still present on many wikis using older versions of MediaWiki software. See Layout design document and MediaWiki 1.3 comments and bug reports for related discussions during MonoBook's development.

Current status

In 2013, MonoBook became primarily supported by volunteer developers, not the Wikimedia Foundation. As of 2019, it is one of the four volunteer-supported skins used on Wikimedia projects: MonoBook, Timeless , Cologne Blue , and Modern .