Widgets are a useful alternative to templates that allow for inclusion of normally restricted features of HTML and other markup. They are available for use by any editor on a wiki that has the Widgets extension installed. This extension is not available by default on a wiki, however, and must be requested.
User permissions[edit | edit source]
Once installed, this extension introduces a new user group right
editwidgets, which allows users to create and edit Widgets (pages in the "Widget:" namespace), and a new user group
Widget editors. This user group right is typically assigned to Wiki Guardians and higher level administrative users, and users may be placed into the Widget editors group to allow other trusted users that are not administrators to have this right.
User right / group assignment requests should be passed on to the assigned wiki manager or other Gamepedia staff.
Examples[edit | edit source]
The wiki community at large, including some editors from the Gamepedia community, has produced and published a significant variety of useful Widgets for public use.
One example of a widget written by a member of the Gamepedia community is SVG, which allows an editor to embed a directly editable version of a Scalable Vector Graphics image into an article.
Facebook[edit | edit source]
Twitter[edit | edit source]
Discord[edit | edit source]
Editor resources[edit | edit source]
Note: The following websites are not controlled by or directly affiliated with Gamepedia, Curse, or Twitch, and require separate registration to publish content, view documentation, and/or obtain Widget code.
MediaWiki has some information on how to use Widgets that will be useful to any editor planning to use them in articles.
Widgets catalog[edit | edit source]
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- Widgets documentation on MediaWiki