Template talk:Ar

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Deleteion Request

Well, on every page at the moment the AR folks adding that div tag. why shouldn't we add this (as easier to modify all pages) or use that as a "subst:" template? (If used for transcluding on all pages, we should def. protect this and some more templates as they could be the point of interest for spammers: changing one templates, result on many (hundreds of) pages.


Regards, Dennis Roczek (talk) 2014-01-03T22:47:49 (UTC)

Hello there,
As I know, there is already "RTL" mechanism in mediawiki engine. See http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Directionality_support so the best solution in this case is to use already implemented solution. If for some reason this is not possible, I agree - we should create (edit?) new template {{RTL|text}} which gonna provide the same functionality, as AR and AR-end together.
Cheers!
Gecko (talk) 2014-01-03T23:29:22 (UTC)
The linked "solution" is only possible for complete wikis - so not usable in this one for all wiki.
The second one is also not usable as nearly all content of a page (even pipes) have to be within a templateparameter - and the closing brackets will get lost.
At the moment many ar pages using that HTML code and at the end of the page a tag.
Dennis Roczek (talk) 2014-01-04T03:22:25 (UTC)
But maybe we could use http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Hooks/PageContentLanguage
Like in example, but if page title ends with '/ar' mark content language as ar. I'm not a mediawiki expert, I just want to reduce number of templates. :) Maybe we should move this talk to mailing list? I think we also should check out http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Translate if we are thinking about stable, multilang wiki.
Gecko (talk) 2014-01-04T17:46:20 (UTC)
Yeah that could work and I think the translate extension would be great for removing that many (useless) templates and content (or better saying: design) additions on every page... Dennis Roczek (talk) 2014-01-09T10:41:47 (UTC)