MediaWiki  1.29.1
docs/skin.txt File Reference

Functions

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the release (2011)
 

Variables

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in etc for skin dependent CSS etc for skin dependent JavaScript These can also be customised on a per user by similarly to how extensions are installed You can then make that skin the default by adding
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in etc for skin dependent CSS etc for skin dependent JavaScript These can also be customised on a per user basis
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in etc for skin dependent CSS etc for skin dependent JavaScript These can also be customised on a per user by editing
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in etc for skin dependent CSS etc for skin dependent JavaScript These can also be customised on a per user by etc
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector * Modern
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook * Monobook
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those inNostalgia
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the release
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core skins
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since then
 
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those were
 

Function Documentation

◆ release()

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the release ( 2011  )

Variable Documentation

◆ adding

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in etc for skin dependent CSS etc for skin dependent JavaScript These can also be customised on a per user by similarly to how extensions are installed You can then make that skin the default by adding

◆ basis

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in etc for skin dependent CSS etc for skin dependent JavaScript These can also be customised on a per user basis

Definition at line 10 of file skin.txt.

◆ editing

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in etc for skin dependent CSS etc for skin dependent JavaScript These can also be customised on a per user by editing

Definition at line 10 of file skin.txt.

◆ etc

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in etc for skin dependent CSS etc for skin dependent JavaScript These can also be customised on a per user by etc
Initial value:
== Custom skins ==
Several custom skins are available as of 2014.
https:
Installing a skin requires adding its files in a subdirectory under skins/ and
adding an appropriate require_once line to LocalSettings.php

Definition at line 57 of file skin.txt.

◆ Modern

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector* Modern

Definition at line 10 of file skin.txt.

◆ Monobook

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook* Monobook

Definition at line 10 of file skin.txt.

◆ Nostalgia

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those in* Nostalgia

Definition at line 10 of file skin.txt.

◆ release

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the release

Definition at line 10 of file skin.txt.

Referenced by JobQueueRedis::pushBlobs().

◆ skins

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core skins

Definition at line 5 of file skin.txt.

Referenced by LocalSettingsGenerator::__construct(), and LocalSettingsGenerator::getText().

◆ then

◆ were

skin txt MediaWiki includes four core it has been set as the default in MediaWiki since the replacing Monobook it had been the default skin since before being replaced by Vector largely rewritten in while keeping its appearance Several legacy skins were removed in the as the burden of supporting them became too heavy to bear Those were

Definition at line 10 of file skin.txt.

Referenced by CheckLanguageCLI::help().

skins
skin txt MediaWiki includes four core skins
Definition: skin.txt:5
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Definition: skin.txt:57
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this class mediates it Skin Encapsulates a look and feel for the wiki All of the functions that render HTML and make choices about how to render it are here and are called from various other places when and is meant to be subclassed with other skins that may override some of its functions The User object contains a reference to a skin(according to that user 's preference)
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The ContentHandler facility adds support for arbitrary content types on wiki instead of relying on wikitext for everything It was introduced in MediaWiki Each kind of and so on Built in content types are
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globals txt Globals are evil The original MediaWiki code relied on globals for processing context far too often MediaWiki development since then has been a story of slowly moving context out of global variables and into objects Storing processing context in object member variables allows those objects to be reused in a much more flexible way Consider the elegance of
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