This page is a translated version of the page Extension:SimpleBatchUpload and the translation is 11% complete.

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Manual de extensões do MediaWiki
Estado da versão: estável
Implementação Página especial , Função de análise sintática
Descrição Allows for basic, no-frills uploading of multiple files
Autor(es) Stephan Gambke (F.trottdiscussão)
Mantenedor(es) Professional Wiki
Última versão 2.0.1 (2023-12-07)
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MediaWiki 1.35+
PHP 8.0+
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Composer mediawiki/simple-batch-upload
Licença GNU GPL (Licença Pública Geral) 2.0 ou superior
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  • $wgSimpleBatchUploadMaxFilesPerBatch
Translate the SimpleBatchUpload extension

The SimpleBatchUpload extension allows for basic, no-frills uploading of multiple files to MediaWiki at "Special:BatchUpload", using the jQuery File Upload JavaScript library.

The recommended way to download this extension is by using Composer .

Add the following to the MediaWiki composer.local.json file and run php composer.phar update mediawiki/simple-batch-upload from the MediaWiki installation directory.

	"require": {
		"mediawiki/simple-batch-upload": "^2.0"

Just run php composer to update the extension.phar update mediawiki/simple-batch-upload again.

Alternatively, you can download a tarball or zip file from GitHub and extract it into the extensions directory of your MediaWiki installation.


Add the following line to your "LocalSettings.php" file:

wfLoadExtension( 'SimpleBatchUpload' );

To make sure that SimpleBatchUpload has been installed correctly, check that an entry for it exists at Special:Version and that Special:BatchUpload is working.

To use the extension the user needs the writeapi permission. This is the default MediaWiki setting for registered users, but it may have been changed during the configuration of the wiki.


There are four ways to upload files using this extension:

  • Go to Special:BatchUpload to get a plain upload page
  • Go to Special:BatchUpload/Foo to get an upload page that sets {{Foo}} as the wikitext of the uploaded file's page
  • Add {{#batchupload:}} to any wikipage to get a simple upload button
  • Add {{#batchupload:Foo|Bar|Baz}} to any wikipage to get an upload button that sets {{Foo|Bar|Baz}} as the wikitext of the uploaded file's page
The wikitext will only be set for newly uploaded files. If the file exists already, subsequent uploads of new versions of the file will not change the wikitext.


It is possible to specify dedicated upload pages for specific file types by editing the MediaWiki:Simplebatchupload-parameters page. Each line of that page is considered as one set of parameters.

Available parameters are:

  • Name of the template to be stored as text on initial upload
  • Upload comment
  • Title line of the Special:BatchUpload/subpage page.

Parameters should be separated by pipes (|).

The line to be used is selected by appending the name of the template as the subpage to the URL of the Special:BatchUpload page.

Spaces in the name of your template will cause this process to fail.


Consider the parameter line

 Pics | These pics were uploaded using [[Extension:SimpleBatchUpload{{!}}SimpleBatchUpload]] | Upload some pics!
  • This can be selected by going to Special:BatchUpload/Pics.
  • The title of this page will be "Upload some pics!".
  • The comment for the upload will be "These pics were uploaded using SimpleBatchUpload".
  • If a file with that name is uploaded for the first time, it will have {{Pics}} as wikitext.



Array defining the maximum number of files that can be uploaded each time depending on the user group. When a user is trying to upload larger batches of files, an error message is displayed.


$wgSimpleBatchUploadMaxFilesPerBatch = [
	'*' => 1000,
Be aware that this is neither the correct setting to block file uploads nor to throttle them!

Users can still use the regular file upload or the MediaWiki API.

For selectively blocking uploads see Manual:Configuring file uploads . For throttling uploads see $wgRateLimits .

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