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The Yahoo question you linked to has the immediate answer: New World Encyclopedia is a wiki-based encyclopedia which contains carefully selected articles that are rewritten and supervised by a team of editors with academic and literary qualifications. New World Encyclopedia has the same ease of use as Wikipedia, but differs based on an editorial policy ...


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Yes, but you need to be logged in. Then go to the following page: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Mypage/common.js and add the following code: jQuery( function() { if( typeof( LocalFileLinks ) !== 'undefined' ) { return; } jQuery( 'a' ).attr( 'href', function() { return this.href .replace( ...


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Reflinks (click the "interactive" tab) is an external took that completes bare references already present in the article. It attempts to automatically fill in fields such as title and publisher by taking them from the webpage. However, the tool is not perfect, and you should inspect each reference and fix any inaccurate or missing fields.


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Svick is correct; there is no way in MediaWiki to change an image's aspect ratio without reuploading it. However, the first bullet point, [[File:Whiskey flag.svg|50x50px]], is actually correct, but it just doesn't do what you may expect it to. That syntax sets whichever dimension is larger, height or width, to 50px and computes the other based on the aspect ...


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While Wikipedia's Manual of Style doesn't say anything specifically about links in titles with quotes, Wikipedia:Manual of Style:Titles § Quotation marks §§ Additional markup says If a title is enclosed in quotation marks, do not include the quotation marks in any additional formatting markup. Therefore, I would definitely go with ...


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There is an article on Caribbean Stud Poker on nl.wikipedia, but there doesn't seem to be anything remarkable about it. I thought it might have been featured on the Main Page of nl.wikipedia or something like that, but I didn't find anything. The only explanation I can think of is that somebody linked to that article once on Facebook and Facebook used the ...


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If you're only interested in doing a regex search of Wikipedia titles, Crossword Nexus allows you to do that. http://crosswordnexus.com/wiki


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Better late than never (for those who are still interested): https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/wiki-zh-default/eihdajnnlmbmikdacefleogdjmlelkok



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