• Prince(ss) Platinum


    September 11, 2013 by Prince(ss) Platinum

    Have you ever seen things that aren't present on your wiki? Such as checkboxes and buttons on pages that seem to come from nowhere. These obscure and often unique additions to the interface are called scripts. These additions are often made by users that have a more in depth understanding of how a wiki works underneath the UI. They often know how to gather data in the background and manipulate it to benefit the end users. These features often utilize: JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and PHP (api.php). In this guide we will take a look at scripts and learn how to install and use them on a wiki.

    There are several categories of scripts ranging from Ajax to Interface Customization.

    Ajax, what does this mean? Ajax simply means "Asynchronous JavaScript and …

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