User talk:Andrujhon

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Hello,

Are you the author of Extension:WikiSEO ?

Cheers

Nicolas NALLET (talk) 20:39, 16 March 2013 (UTC)

Creating a skin based on Monobook skin[edit]

Dear Andrujhon,

I was looking through an old post from you and I had a skin related query to ask you.

I am using mediawiki 1.22.6 and want to make a skin named 'Compiler' based on the Monobook skin. I dont want to change anything in the new Compiler theme, at the moment. But I want it as a separate skin for selection from the preferences menu when a user logs in. Could you share with me your experience in creating a new theme. Just a copy theme with a new name available for selection.

Yours Sincerely, Arnab

arnab8@gmail.com

Adding "expires" meta tag[edit]

Hi, first thanks for writing the wikiseo extension. I asked on the Mediaiwki mail listing if someone had a thought on how to add the "expires" meta tag and someone suggested modifying the body.php in your extension. Before I explore that possibility I thought I would see if it's something you would like to add to the extension so everyone would have that ability. All the best. Thanks Christharp (talk) 00:30, 26 June 2014 (UTC)

Metadata and SEO tags[edit]

Hello Andrujhon,

I'm looking to apply metadata tags to WikiJournal articles in order to be compatible with indexing and tracking services (e.g. AltMetric). Currently I'm using the code:

<div style="display:none"><meta name='citation_doi' value='{{{doi}}}'></div>

Where {{{doi}}} is the article's full doi number. For example in this article, it is included as:

<div style="display:none"><meta name='citation_doi' value='10.15347/wjm/2017.005'></div>

However, the < and > characters get transcluded as &lt; and &gt; which (I think) prevents it from working properly.

Is Extension:WikiSEO compatible with the requirements of help.altmetric.com/...what-metadata-is-required-to-track-our-content? Thanks! T.Shafee(Evo﹠Evo)talk 07:30, 8 January 2018 (UTC)