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Simple Calendar
Freigabestatus: stabil
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Einbindung Parser-Funktion
Beschreibung Provides a very simple calendar extension which renders a table of all the months in the year with each day being a wiki article
Autor(en) Aran Dunkley (NadDiskussion)
Betreuer User:OsnardDiskussion
Letzte Version 1.4.0 (2021-06-14)
Kompatibilitätspolitik Follows the MediaWiki version lifecycle. Master is not backward compatible.
MediaWiki 1.25+
Composer mediawiki/simple-calendar
Lizenz GNU General Public License 2.0 oder neuer
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The SimpleCalendar extension is a very simple Calendar extension which renders a table of all the months in the year with each day being a wiki article. Days which have nothing in them show up as a red link, clicking on it will create a new article as usual. It installs as a parser function, so the following syntax is used:

{{#calendar:}}

When used like this with no parameters, a calendar of all twelve months will be rendered with each day pointing to an article using the date as its title.

Installation

  • Die Erweiterung herunterladen und die Datei(en) in ein Verzeichnis namens SimpleCalendar im Ordner extensions/ ablegen.
  • Folgenden Code am Ende der LocalSettings.php hinzufügen:
    wfLoadExtension( 'SimpleCalendar' );
    
  •   Erledigt – Zu Special:Version in dem Wiki (bei Einstellung auf deutsch nach Spezial:Version) navigieren, um die erfolgreiche Installierung der Erweiterung zu überprüfen.

Für Benutzer, die MediaWiki in der Version 1.24 und früher betreiben:

Die oben stehenden Anweisungen beschreiben die neue Installationsanweisung für diese Erweiterung unter der Verwendung von wfLoadExtension(). Wird diese Erweiterung in einer dieser früheren Versionen (MediaWiki 1.24 und früher)  – an Stelle von wfLoadExtension( 'SimpleCalendar' ); – installiert, benutze:

require_once "$IP/extensions/SimpleCalendar/SimpleCalendar.php";

Verwendung

Parameter

There are a number of parameters which allow calendars for different specific purposes.

  • titleThe name of the article which each day in a calendar table links to is by default the date, e.g. 27 Jan 2008. If you want to have different calendars for different purposes, then the title parameter will precede the names with a separating slash character, for example, setting title to "Harry" will cause the dates to format as Harry/27 Jan 2008.
  • yearThis changes the year of the calendar table, the default if no year is specified is the current year.
  • monthIf a month is supplied, then only a single month will be rendered instead of a table containing all twelve months.
  • queryThis allows extra query-string information to be appended to the links for days which don't exist. The main use for this would be to allow some preloaded content in the newly created calendar articles. See examples below. The syntax looks a little strange because it has two equals characters in it.
  • formatThe default date format for date-articles linked to from the days in the calendar tables is, e.g. 2 February 1972, but can be adjusted by supplying a PHP date format in the format parameter. See PHP Manual - strftime for details about how to specify a date format.
  • dayformatThis sets the format of the titles of each day of the week at the top of the month tables. The default setting is M T W T F S S, but can be set to %a for abbreviated names in the current language such as Mon Tue..., or %A for full names in the current language.

CSS

The extension installs its own CSS which formats the tables as shown in the example images. You can add new rules to adjust the tables to your own needs. The default CSS that it installs is as follows.

table.calendar       { margin: 0; padding: 10px; }
table.calendar td    { margin: 0; padding: 2px; vertical-align: top; }
table.calendar th    { padding: 2px; background-color: #ddd; color: #666; text-align: center; font-size: 120%; font-weight: bold; border: none; }
table.month          { border: 2px solid #ccc; }
table.month .dow th  { color: #aaa; text-align: center; font-size: 110%; }
table.month td.today { background-color:#ddd; }
table.month td {
	border: none;
	margin: 0;
	padding: 1pt 1.5pt;
	font-weight: bold;
	font-size: 8pt;
	text-align: right;
	background-color: #eee;
	}
table.month td.day-active a { color: #217A28; }
table.month td.day-empty  a { color: #cc0000; }

Beispiele

 
Example calendar for the month of January 2007
The examples above use the CURRENTUSER variable which is not installed by default. See Extension:MyVariables if you're interested in adding variables.
{{#calendar: title={{CURRENTUSER}} }}
{{#calendar: title={{CURRENTUSER}} | year=2001 }}
{{#calendar: year=2007 | month=jan | title={{CURRENTUSER}} }}


this example renders the May table for the current year

{{#calendar: month=05 }}


this example uses the new query parameter to pre-load the NewDay template article into newly created dates. It looks a little confusing, but what it's saying is: add "preload=template" to the link

{{#calendar: query=preload=Template:NewDay }}

Changelogs

  • Version 1.4.0 (2021-06-14): Code refactoring; Compatility to modern MW versions.
  • Version 1.3.0 (2015-06-22): Uses the new Extension registration system for loading.
  • Version 1.2.11 (2015-06-19): Includes the default CSS in the extension now
  • Version 1.2.10 (2015-05-10): Fixed up lazy HTML and fixed default date format to work on Windows servers
  • Version 1.2.4 (2007-10-18): Don't die if generated title is invalid
  • Version 1.2.3 (2007-10-13): Use language settings for day and month names and add dayformat parameter
  • Version 1.2 (2007-05-03): Added format parameter.
  • Version 1.1 (2007-05-02): Changed to named parameters and added the query parameter. The style of the day-links are now handled by two new CSS classes, day-active and day-empty.