I want to embed a wikipedia article into a page but I don't want all the wrapper (navigation, etc.) that sits around the articles.  I saw it done here: http://www.dayah.com/periodic/.  Click on an element and the iframe is displayed and links to...
While browsing I came across this blog post about using the Wikipedia API from JavaScript, to link a single search term to it's definition. At the end of the blog post the author mentions possible extensions including:      A plugin which auto li...
I am doing a query in wikipedia to get a snippet and the title with the link. Then if i click a title I would like to get the full article in a modal.  I am trying to get different articles for each different link I get in the first query.  Here it i...
I am trying to do this via the Web Console (using Firefox, but I am willing to change if necessary of course).  What I want to do is to basically click all the "plus" signs on a page at once. For an example see here: http://de.wikipedia.org/w...
MediaWiki Version and LocalSettings.php MediaWiki 1.22.4 $wgAllowUserJs = true; $wgUseSiteJs = true;  Browser Version FireFox 28.0  JavaScript Code  $ gvim common.js  function myFunction() {   alert("Hello World!"); }  var onClickAttribute =...
I am trying to implement a simple request to Wikipedia's API using AJAX (XMLHttpRequest). If I type the url in the address bar of Firefox, I get a neat XML, no sweat there. Yet, calling the exact same url with:   // this is my XMLHttpRequest obje...
I'm writing a simple Javascript to add a specific parameter to a specific template in article that is currently being edited.  Wikipedia Templates are structured in the following format:   {{Template name|unnamed parameter|named parameter=some va...
I am trying to see if its possible to dynamically add/remove rows in a wiki page.  Context:  I have a knowledge base site which is wiki base, that everyone in our company has access to, unfortunately it is very difficult for most user to add rows to...
I'm trying to code something in Node.js where I have a model called "tags". Say I want to see whenever a user types a tag in a comment, and turn that into a link to the relevant tag page.  For example, a user enters a comment: "What i...

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