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It is unlikely search will be fixed. You can replace the search page with a third-party utility or custom functionality that implements search for you.

Re: Get the search working by aismallardaismallard, 10 May 2024 05:42

Is it not!
best working set is our seach center lest menu


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I was wondering if I could the search working in my website, it says that it is unavailable. Is it still in maintenance in-progress as of this year?


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Get the search working by RylanceRylance, 08 May 2024 08:22

This is not possible !
Only one file after the other


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How to declare this ? Where ?
What version of AFlash I need for multif. uploading ?

AFAIU Wikidot Extension for Chrome does not work anymore ? I can't finf it.

Re: Uploading Multiple Files by otto55otto55, 01 May 2024 14:08

Overview, the bad user Akarin_22c does not match any existing user name(Account delete for against ToS to bomber websites) found XSS security bug. The XSS with cookie problem is not setting Http-Only.

If use Http-Only, the XSS is unable to use the Cookie to login other personal account.

So this is a good solution.

You can test it.

For canceling the waiting request you can try one of the found solutions on the search center:
http://community.wikidot.com/howto:backup-stuck-at-queued-for-processing


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It's actually dead.

Far as I know leiger is developing a backup plugin (wikiroo). But I guess you still need to wait for a while until that work is completed.


Work for both private / fanmake sites and Wikidot official sites. Welcome to contact if you have any front-end issues or Wikidot bugs to report. I will reply within 24 hrs and give the possible solution.

I'm trying to backup my site as I used to on a regular basis to my personal HD. However, my site has been queuing for backup since 2021. I can't kill it or start another.

Any thoughts?

Most of the time I use @import rule and simply create a page containing only [[code]] block( and the code of course) as a repository.

Wikidot will destribute a file space to store your code. For example when you use a code block in the page http://example.wikidot.com/pagename, you can find these code on http://example.wikidot.com/pagename/code/1, and if there is more code block that will be code/n - n is the serial number of this page's code blocks.

And that's convienient for CSS - you can simply import that code, and your code is open source and easy to maintain or revise.


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Hello!

I'm wondering a couple things, but i'll make it short, then go more into detail afterwards :)

TL;DR(Too Long;Didn't Read):
- Can I use CSS frameworks/libraries via @import? (i.e., kbrsh (dot) github (dot) io/wing)
- Is it better to use the CSS code editor in the site manager or to @import('/local—theme/global-css/style.css') like mentioned on css (dot) wikidot (dot) com/csi:help:css-themes

TS;WM(Too Short;Want More):
1. So I've been trying to get my wiki's css looking nice, but I'm not the most creative, so I thought it might be a good idea to use a CSS framework to do the heavy lifting for me, but before I started I wanted to know if there would be any repercussions for using a CSS framework. I think it should be fine since it's done using @import(…) in the CSS file, but like I said, just wanted to double check.

2. I've also been reading a bunch of wikidot CSS pages (both old, and extra old), and the css wiki mentions using @import('/local—theme/global-css/style.css') when making "A Theme from Scratch". Is this still the recommended way to go? or should I just put it all into Appearance & Behaviour > Themes > Custom > Edit > CSS code: in the Site Manager?

Thanks in advance for any answers to either questions :)


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A few questions about CSS by ConnoiConnoi, 05 Apr 2024 01:04

ah, that's a little annoying, but oh well.

Thanks for the help :)


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That's because both [[include]] and [[module]] is parsed by wikidot rendering engine as a Block Tag, the block tag should be put on a separate line, and there should be no characters in front of it - including Spaces, otherwise they will be parsed with the inline method. (And output what the raw code they are.)

Just remove the indent spaces - that should fix your problem. If you want to mark nesting layers by indentation - at least in the editor that's not feasible.


Work for both private / fanmake sites and Wikidot official sites. Welcome to contact if you have any front-end issues or Wikidot bugs to report. I will reply within 24 hrs and give the possible solution.

I've been slowly setting up my wiki (waddle-wars.wikidot.co m/testing-1), but I can't seem to get [[include …]] or [[module …]] to work inside of my page.

I have this written
……
[[/div]]
[[div_ class="ww-community-box"]]
[[div_ class="ww-h2"]]
Wiki Community
[[/div]]
[[div_]]
[[include page-count]]
[[/div]]
[[div_]]
[[include recent-changes]]
[[/div]]
[[/div]]
[[/div]]

but it outputs

Wiki Community

[[include page-count]]
[[include recent-changes]]

[[/div]]

instead of the expected page count and recent changes,
and I don't think it's a problem with the included pages as they work then not in [[div]]'s

Wiki Community

We are currently maintaining 59 pages!

Testing 1 was modified by Connoi at 1 Apr 2024, 01:19

Page Count was modified by Connoi at 1 Apr 2024, 17:18

Recent Changes was modified by Connoi at 1 Apr 2024, 17:32

Welcome Page was modified by Connoi at 26 Mar 2024, 19:58

Your Wiki was modified by Connoi at 26 Mar 2024, 19:24

1234 was modified by Connoi at 26 Mar 2024, 19:24

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was modified by Connoi at 26 Mar 2024, 19:24

Glossary was modified by Connoi at 26 Mar 2024, 19:24

Help was modified by Connoi at 26 Mar 2024, 19:24

Donate was modified by Connoi at 26 Mar 2024, 19:24

Any help would be appreciated


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Do not forget the right of the image-owner on his/her picture. If there is no specific allowance for Creative Commons than it is your danger to be asked by legal advocates .- when they have time too do this..
If there is no justice than there is no acute problem.
Or the owner writes to you to remove his/her image from your wiki. Than you have the same point as before….
It is your risk ( or Fandom and others) to do it on this way..

Sorry, there is no Wikidot solution to await.


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I am a moderator for the popular Wikidot site known as The Backrooms Wikidot (http://backrooms-wiki.wikidot.com/) and I have some questions about licensing images.

For a while now, we have been following the Creative Commons policies for the images in our articles, only using ones licensed to be usable. You can find more specifics about our image use policy here: http://backrooms-wiki.wikidot.com/image-use-policy

This, however, has served to be severely limiting. Finding good images that relate to the Backrooms or Liminal Spaces licensed as these specific licenses is challenging. This causes our articles to often not have a good Backrooms-related/liminal atmosphere that is required, and many users have expressed frustration over not being able to use images they find or express their ideas in the way they want to.

Additionally, I believe this is a reason our wiki is being outperformed by other Backrooms Wikis like the one on Fandom since they do not place any importance on image licensing and this has been very successful for them. They have never faced any legal action despite being more popular, and their writers are allowed to use any images meaning their articles are more immersive.

As a result, I am reaching out to discuss and ask wether we really need to comply with CC image policies. Couldn't we technically fall under fair use due to our Wiki being a non-profit creative writing community that educates readers on the lore of the Backrooms and fosters creative writing skills? Is it possible Wikidot itself covers this for us already? Is it possible for us to start using normal images?


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I have Pro account. I need to know what is the "App_name".

Is there anyone who has had success using the API?

Re: API Access by DechenDechen, 12 Mar 2024 20:06

As far as I remember API was only given free to Pro account plus users


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Re: API Access by Helmut_pdorfHelmut_pdorf, 11 Mar 2024 13:01
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