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It is a plain Javascript regex. You probably made some kind of typo.


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Tables? Do you mean the infoboxes? You should probably use Wikidata http://wikidata.org/w/api.php and extract the information from there (it will be cleaner), then present it how you prefer. Otherwise, you can sprinkle display: none everywhere on appropriate IDs and classes for the tables in question, but it's going to be an endless chase of unstructured ...


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Now you can, with regex search: insource:/\<ref\>http:\/\// (use with care). More information at Help:CirrusSearch.


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All Wikia text is available for easy download. You can download the database. You will find links at the end of the statistics page---Special:Statistics. Only the text is included, not the images. The download is in XML format, so you need to be able to import that into something to read it offline.


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There are several good options using the MediaWiki web API. With a graphical interface: use VicuñaUploader. Not much to say, basically just install it and enter your wiki URL, directory. The rest will be obvious. From the command line, use pywikibot's upload.py. Something like: for image in $(ls); do ... upload.py -family:wikia -lang:mywiki ...



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