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Compatible with DokuWiki
- 2022-07-31 "Igor" unknown
- 2020-07-29 "Hogfather" no
- 2018-04-22 "Greebo" unknown
- 2017-02-19 "Frusterick Manners" unknown
Similar to creole, markdowku, pageredirect
Needed for acronym
Download and Installation
- Log in as Administrator to your DokuWiki
- Choose Admin→Extension Manager
- Under “Search and Install” search for “mediasyntax”
- Click on “Install”.
- If you want the “edit” buttons to be above and not below the section to edit, install the editsections plugin (source site).
- Test your installation by writing a new article starting with '''hello world'''. This should be displayed bold.
Syntax and usage
After installation, Mediawiki syntax is used to display your pages. This also includes the
Tables stay in the DokuWiki syntax because the Mediawiki syntax does not allow for simple tables. If you really want mediawiki-style tables, use the exttab1 or exttab2 or exttab3 plugins.
To add an image, store your image (let's assume it is called myimage.png) into the image folder (e.g. /srv/www/htdocs/dokuwiki/data/media/image). To show it use the syntax
It is tested with DokuWiki 2009-12-25, 2010-11-07, 2011-05-25, 2012-01-25, 2013-05-10 and 2014-05-05.
- Merge pull request #28 from splitbrain-forks/master (2022-01-02 17:26)
- compatibility fixes for Hogfather. fixes #27 (2020-10-21 08:56)
- Merge pull request #26 from ctrueden/patch-1 (2020-01-11 13:58)
- Fix conversion of multiple tables (2020-01-08 21:58)
- thanks thecreator1970, issue 25 (2018-08-26 19:49)
- compatibility to PHP 7; thanks to jsmota; issue 23 (2017-08-25 18:28)
- Merge pull request #22 from renatoram/master (2016-03-03 15:45)
- Allow linking to any file extension. (2016-03-02 11:02)
The mediasyntax plugin is derived from the cool Creole, combined with the goto, which is now the redirect component. To download mediasyntax' latest development code, open a Linux console and type
git clone git://github.com/tstaerk/mediasyntax.git
You can also view the code online.