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Editnotice (eller redigeringsbeskeder) er informationsbokse med beskeder som vises oven i redigeringsskærmen når en bruger vil redigere en side. Alle brugere kan oprette brugerbeskeder for deres bruger- og, men editnotices for andre navnerum må kun oprettes af administrators og account creators.

For at bruge editnotices, skal du have lidt indsigt i Wikipedias concept om navnerum; som er et set af Wikipedia sider der begynder med et prefix som genkendes af MediaWikis software, efterfulgt med et kolon, eller i tilfældet med artiklens navnerum, ingen prefix.

Nogle beskeder du ser, mens du redigerer en side (eller ser på kildeteksten fra en beskyttede side) er ikke nogen "editnotice", I stedt for kalder vi dem MediaWiki interface messages.

Editnotice links[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Når en sider er redigeret, røde eller blå links er vist øverst på siden, som ligner dette:

Page notice


Or like this:

Group notice   Page notice


Disse links er henvisninger til gruppen- og sidebeskeder (group and page editnotices) som tilhører hovedsiden. Administratorer og kontooprettere ser altid begge links, selvom beskederne ikke er oprettet endnu, siden de har mulighed for at oprette og redigere disse "redigeringsbeskeder" (editnotices). andre brugere ser kun den røde "Page notice" link på deres bruger- og brugerdiskussionsside, siden de kon har rettigheden til at oprette og redigere sådanne beskeder. De kan dog også se de blå links til gruppen- og sidebeskeder (group and page editnotices) hvis de allerede er lavet, så de kan finde og se på beskedens kilde. De kan dog ikke redigere dem, bort set fra de to i deres eget brugerområde.

Se også sektionen Skjul de røde links nedenunder.

Editnotices[redigér | redigér wikikode]

When creating editnotices, the template {{editnotice}} can be used for formatting; see its template page for how to use it. See Category:Editnotice templates for specialized editnotices.

User and user talk[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Insert as an edit notice for a user page as {{Editnotice userpage}}.

For example:

This appears on top of the editing box screen when people would like to edit your page. The ExampleUser part will automatically change to your username.

Anyone can create an editnotice for a user or user talk page. (But editnotices for user sub-pages can only be created by admins and accountcreators.) User page editnotice names take one of these forms:

User:Example/Editnotice
User talk:Example/Editnotice

You can create an editnotice for your own user or talk page with a preloaded {{editnotice}} template by using these links:

Create your user page notice
Create your user talk page notice

Other namespaces[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Editnotices for other namespaces and for user subpages can be created and edited only by admins and accountcreators. There are three main types of editnotices:

Namespace notices – Displays on all pages within a namespace.
Group notices – Displays on a page and all its subpages.
Page notices – Displays only on the page it belongs to.

Editnotice names take one of these forms:

Namespace notices – See below.
Group notices – Template:Editnotices/Group/<Full page name of the rootpage>
Page notices – Template:Editnotices/Page/<Full page name>

XHTML[redigér | redigér wikikode]

The editing tools Twinkle and Friendly expect pages to be written in XHTML rather than HTML, so editors are asked to ensure that any editnotices that are created/edited do not cause any problems. A common example of non-XHTML markup is the use of <br> instead of <br />; see Wikipedia talk:Twinkle/Bugs/Archive 5#TW-B-422.

Creating editnotices[redigér | redigér wikikode]

To edit a namespace-wide editnotice, click on the respective link below. To create an editnotice for a page, enter the page name and click "Create". For your own User: and User talk: pages, you don't need to type anything, just click "Create".

Page names are case sensitive—if the page shows the first character as capitalized, then it must be capitalized when entered here.

Number Namespace Namespace editnotice Create page editnotice
0 Main: (article) Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Main

1 Talk: (article talk) Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Talk

2 User: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/User

3 User talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/User talk

4 Wikipedia: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Wikipedia

5 Wikipedia talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Wikipedia talk

6 File: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/File

7 File talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/File talk

8 MediaWiki: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/MediaWiki

9 MediaWiki talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/MediaWiki talk

10 Template: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Template

11 Template talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Template talk

12 Help: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Help

13 Help talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Help talk

14 Category: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Category

15 Category talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Category talk

100 Portal: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Portal

101 Portal talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Portal talk

108 Book: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Book

109 Book talk: Skabelon:Editnotices/Namespace/Book talk

To request the creation of an editnotice if you are not an admin:

  • Open the edit window of the page where you want to create an editnotice
  • Place this request on the page: {{editnotice talkpagename}}
  • Preview the page and follow the link to the editnotice's talkpage.
  • On the editnotice's talkpage write up the exact markup you want for the editnotice, then place an {{editprotected}} request above it

Another way to find the link for an editnotice is to:

  • Open the edit window of the page where you want to create an editnotice
  • Place this code on the page: [[{{editnotice pagename}}]]
  • Preview the page and follow the link to the editnotice

Batch of identical editnotices[redigér | redigér wikikode]

If you need to display a batch of identical editnotices, please create a single template which you then transclude in each editnotice, to allow easier modification and maintenance. You can place such templates in Category:Editnotice templates.

Skabelon:Editnotice templates

When displayed[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Editnotices are displayed when editing a page, but their content can also be useful when just viewing a page so they are also displayed in these cases:

  • Page notices are displayed on top of .css and .js pages in MediaWiki space. See for instance the notice at the top of MediaWiki:Common.css that begins "This is the CSS for all skins". The namespace notice is not displayed and MediaWiki space doesn't have group notices.
  • In any namespace, when a non-admin "views the source" of a protected page, or an IP-user views the source of a semi-protected page. The group and page notices are displayed, but not the namespace notices.

When the editnotices are shown in "view mode" the loading system feeds them "notice action = view". This can be used inside the editnotices like this:

{{#ifeq: {{{notice action|}}} | view
| <!--A non-admin is "viewing the source" of a protected page-->
| <!--A user with sufficient rights is editing the page-->
}}

Skjul de røde links[redigér | redigér wikikode]

If you don't want to see the red "Group notice" and "Page notice" links, then add the below markup to your personal CSS, then wait a minute, then bypass your browser cache.

/* Hide the red "Group notice" and "Page notice" links. */
.editnotice-area .editnotice-redlink { 
  display: none !important;
}

If you don't want to see any of the "Group notice" and "Page notice links, then use this markup instead:

/* Hide all the "Group notice" and "Page notice" links. */
.editnotice-area .editnotice-link { 
  display: none !important;
}

Notices[redigér | redigér wikikode]

When an editnotice is used on an article, administrators and accountcreators are advised to leave notification on the talk page.

The template {{active editnotice}} may be used to indicate that a non-user page has an active (non blank) editnotice. Articles and non-article pages will then be added respectively to Category:Articles with editnotices and Category:Pages with editnotices.

Listing editnotices[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Technical details[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Anything put on the pages MediaWiki:Editnotice-0 through MediaWiki:Editnotice-15 (or Editnotice-100 through Editnotice-109) will appear as a editnotice for every page in an entire namespace. Editnotice-0 is for mainspace pages, Editnotice-1 for the talk space pages, Editnotice-2 for user space pages, etcetera. See Wikipedia:Namespace for the meaning of all of the numbers.

The template {{editnotice load}} has been put on each of those MediaWiki namespace pages. The template causes each article to use a subpage specific to it as its editnotice rather than using a namespace-wide editnotice.

The editnotice load system uses two methods of storing the editnotices:

  • For User and User talk space the editnotice is stored as a subpage of the user or talk page named /Editnotice. This method allows users to edit these notices.
  • For all other namespaces and for user sub-pages the editnotice is stored as a subpage of Skabelon:Editnotices. Template:Editnotices and its subpages are protected by the MediaWiki:Titleblacklist so that only admins and accountcreators can create and edit them.

Although all of the namespaces could initially store editnotices directly as MediaWiki messages, this was found to cause performance issues as the MediaWiki namespace grew. The display of MediaWiki editnotices for namespaces that have the MediaWiki subpage feature has been disabled; even though an editnotice can be created as a MediaWiki message for these namespaces, it will not show. For consistency, and to keep the MediaWiki namespace clean, all editnotices are now stored as subpages of Template:Editnotices. This means we again can create editnotices for all namespaces.

Group notices stored as Template:Editnotices/Group/... can be created for pages in all namespaces except main (article), File (image), MediaWiki, and Category. The reason is that those namespaces don't have the MediaWiki subpage feature, thus group notices would not be meaningful in those namespaces. The talk spaces of those namespaces understand subpages and can use group notices, although group notices are usually not meaningful there either.

Edit intros[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Skabelon:Shortcut Skabelon:For Edit intros are similar to editnotices, but use different schemes:

Edit intros currently only show when editing the entire page or the last section; they do not show when editing other sections.

Emailnotice[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Skabelon:Shortcut Emailnotices allow registered users with a confirmed email to display a custom message at Speciel:EmailUser for their username. Emailnotices are located at Speciel:MyPage/Emailnotice (uses). The system was implemented in MediaWiki:Emailpagetext after this discussion.

Dismissibility and per-category editnotices[redigér | redigér wikikode]

As of now, editnotices cannot be easily dismissed, there is a request (Skabelon:Bug) to allow this using cookie IDs, similarly to what is done with mediawiki:watchlist-details.

Per-category editnotices could be used to replace the edit intros for biographies of living people and disambiguation pages, which cannot be easily hidden and does not work for section editing. The resolution of Skabelon:Bug should allow the use per-category editnotices.

History[redigér | redigér wikikode]

Since this is a new system this page is not complete. Here are some links to more information:

Related templates[redigér | redigér wikikode]

  • {{active editnotice}}
  • {{editnotice}} – A template for making editnotices.
  • {{editnotice pagename}} – Returns the pagename for the editnotice for the current page.
  • {{editnotice talkpagename}} – Returns the talkpage name for the editnotice for the current page.
  • {{editnotice explanation}} – For editnotice talk pages. Explains how editnotices are protected, and optionally shows a CSS customization parameter.
  • {{editnotice load}} – The template that is doing most of the editnotice loading and also displays the small "Group notice" and "Page notice" links.
  • {{editnotice loader}} – The old suggested extension to make the editnotice system user-friendly. Many of its features have over time been added to {{editnotice load}}.
  • {{Editnotice userpage}} – For use on userpages.