# User:Urhixidur

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## Interwiki

Following the revision of the Wikipedia:Service awards, I'm currently qualified for Senior Editor III. For Master Editor, I match the time requirement (and will match the Master Editor II time requirement in May of 2012) but am considerably short of the required 42k edit count.

Wikipedia:List of Wikipedians by number of edits --If I could only stay in slot 501!

## Awards

 The Working Wikipedian's Barnstar Awarded by Ularevalo98 on 02:21, 22 April 2009 (UTC)

## To Do

List of asteroids sub-paging

• List of asteroids/mmm001–nnn000
• ALL DONE AT LAST!

MediaWiki messages:

## Snippets

### Math formulae and TeX markup

To force a math formula to full size, add \,\! (backslash comma backslash exclamation):

[itex]a(1+e^2/2)[/itex] is ${\displaystyle a(1+e^{2}/2)}$

[itex]a(1+e^2/2)\,\![/itex] is ${\displaystyle a(1+e^{2}/2)\,}$

See Wikipedia:TeX markup for more.

### Table syntax

• For table syntax, see Help:Table#Guide to the pipe syntax
• {{prettytable}} and {{prettytable-center}}
• More flexibly, use:
• {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center" align="right"
• where text-align can be left, center, justify, or right (left is default)
• and align can be left or right (center will not work)
• in theory you could use instead {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;float:left" but this allegedly breaks rendering at large font sizes.
• float would then be left or right (center still does not work)
• Centered tables can be achieved, but they will not float (no text will appear to either side):
• {| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;margin: 1em auto 1em auto"

In the examples below, the wiki code consists of the right-floating table, the left-floating table, the Lorem ipsum text, a centered table, and more Lorem ipsum.

Cells centered, table right
Lorem ipsum dolor
sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua.
Cells right-aligned, table left
minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco
laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat.
Cells left-aligned, table centered
Duis aute irure
dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit
esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur.

### Image borders

Two examples showing ways to put a border around an image, using the Wikimedia Commons current Belarus flag image (which is borderless):

```<div style="background-color: #000000; padding: 1px; float: left">
[[Image:Flag_of_Belarus.png|240px|Flag of Belarus]]
</div>
```

```{|
| style="background-color: #FFFFFF; padding: 0px; border: solid 1px #888888"|[[Image:Flag_of_Belarus.png|240px|Flag of Belarus]]
|}
```

Note that wikitables use a padding of 1 px by default.

### Interwiki

Templates can contain interwiki links; this normally means all pages using the template will have the interwiki, which is usually a bad thing. To link just the templates across wikis, use:

<noinclude>
[[de:Vorlage:Korrekter Titel]]
[[en:Template:Wrongtitle]]
[[es:Plantilla:Título erróneo]]
[[fr:Modèle:titre incorrect]]
</noinclude>

• [[:fr:Cible française|Article in French]] to link to another language Wikipedia entry.
• [[wikt:Target|Target]] to link to English Wiktionary entry.
• [[wikt:fr:Cible|Cible]]to link to another language Wiktionary entry.
• [[m:Target|Target]] to link to Wikimedia entry.
• [[mw:Target|Target]] to link to MediaWiki entry.
• [[q:Target|Target]] to link to the English Wikiquote
• [[q:fr:Cible|Cible]] to link to another language Wikiquote
• For more, see m:Help:Interwiki linking.

### Misc.

• {{Coor title dms|56|6|31.14|N|74|17|49.29|W|type:landmark_region:CA}}
• {{ed|<template or page name>|}}
• {{stub}}
• #redirect [[correct page]]
• [http://etc caption text]
• <font id="name_of_anchor_without_spaces">anchor 1.</font>
• then: [[page title#name_of_anchor_without_spaces]]

When sections are defined (using ==), you can jump directly without need of an anchor, like this: [[page title#section title]]. See also Help:Section#Section_linking

[[Image:4 Vesta (HST).png|thumb|right|Caption]] (for the syntax, see Wikipedia:Extended image syntax)

### Cross-references

Experimentally, we could have two templates:

• [[{{PAGENAME}}#{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}]]
• Template:Reftarget
• <font id="{{{1}}}"></font>

Then one would mark the targets (in the References section, say) with {{reftarget|<label>}} and insert cross-references to those targets elsewhere as {{reflink|<label>|<text to link>}}. The cross-references would appear as links within the same page ('tween-page linking is already abundantly covered by the usual linking means, obviously).

Note that this does not work within namespaces (e.g. User: pages); in those cases, Template:reflink needs to be modified to read instead [[{{NAMESPACE}}:{{PAGENAME}}#{{{1}}}|{{{2}}}]]. Such within-namespaces templates are unlikely to be needed, so at worst a secondary template could be created (e.g. "Template:reflink_ns").

Rooting through the Template: pages, I see {{Biohead}} and {{Bioxref}} follow a similar pattern. And I finally found {{ref}}, {{ref_label}}, {{note}} and {{note_label}}. They _label versions allow multiple links to a single note, but force the editor to pick the labels, which spoils the autonumbering purpose. Some mentions of AUTOINCREMENT which may need looking into. Very roughly, {{ref}} and {{note}} create mutual anchors that link to each other; {{ref}} uses the http linking mechanism to have the refs auto-numbered; {{note}} uses wikilinking to use a default character (^) or user-specified label. With a little tweaking, this is what I get:

• <span class="reference"><sup id="ref_{{{1}}}{{{2|}}}" class="plainlinksneverexpand">[{{fullurl:{{FULLPAGENAME}}}}#endnote_{{{1}}}{{{2|}}} {{{3|}}}]</sup></span>
• Template:Reftarget
• <cite id="endnote_{{{1}}}{{{2|}}}" style="font-style: normal;">[[#ref_{{{1}}}{{{2|}}}|'''<sup>{{{3|^}}}</sup>''']]</cite>

{{Reflink}} labels itself as "ref_" with required 1Template:Su parameter label, optional 2Template:Su parameter as suffixes, and links to "note_" identically suffixed; the link is auto-numbered by default but accepts an optional 3Template:Su parameter to replace that.

{{Reftarget}} does the same (labels itself "note_", suffixed) but displays a wikilink to "ref_", suffixed, using "^" for its default appearance, or optional 3Template:Su parameter instead.

Better names for the templates may be {{Reflnk}} and {{Reftgt}}.

What is needed is some wiki-supplied way to obtain the "link number" by designating the link's anchor (e.g., given an anchor "ref_" suffixed, obtain the anchored link's number. Or maybe the enclosing span's "rendered contents". Sounds like something HTML/Wiki just can't do, but you never know...

## Disambigs that were speedily deleted

(But which I think should still lie around)

ISVis or isvis may stand for: