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Displaying site name and mainpage title

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Summary by Jdlrobson

Configuring site name/logo is documented in the Minerva configuration README.

The main page title is intentionally not shown in the Minerva skin. We don't plan to fix this as we feel that it should be obvious to a user that they are on the main page from the content they see.

Dzollman (talkcontribs)

Hi,

I've set up MobileFrontend and Minerva in MediaWiki 1.28, but I seem to have two problems:

  1. The site name is not displayed in the mobile view. As an example, on http://mediawiki.org , the name "MediaWiki" is displayed between the menu button and search box. On my site, I can't find a way to display a site name in the same spot.
  2. On the Main Page, the title of the page is not displayed on mobile.

As a result, a visitor to the site's home page does not know what site they're on.

Is it possible to address either of these, even if it's a workaround? I can't find anything online.

Thank you!

Jdlrobson (talkcontribs)

The sitename in the top left can be configured with $wgMinervaCustomLogos

e.g.


``` $wgMinervaCustomLogos = [

'copyright' => '/w/extensions/MobileFrontend/logo.svg',

] ```

Dzollman (talkcontribs)

Thank you! How would I configure the sitename as text, though? Is $wgMinervaCustomLogos documented somewhere?

Dzollman (talkcontribs)

For that matter, are the MobileFrontend and/or Minvera configuration options documented at all?

I've spent hours looking for it, and can't find anything beyond the two or three examples provided on the Extension page.

Jdlrobson (talkcontribs)

Yes. They are in the repo in the README.md file.

Skonesam (talkcontribs)

Not that I've been able to find. If you do, please share!