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User accounts, authentication: $wgInvalidUsernameCharacters
Characters to prevent during new account creations.
Introducido en la versión:1.15.0 (r48765)
Eliminado en la versión:aún se usa
Valores permitidos:(string)
Valor predeterminado:'@:>=' (1.40+, git #78b03385)

'@:>' (1.39+, git #9d458f6d)
'@:' (1.26-1.38, git #9aa5cd1b)

'@' (1.15-1.25)


Characters to prevent during new account creations. This does not affect any existing user accounts.

The @ sign is prohibited by default, because MediaWiki uses it internally for users that have their account in another wiki (interwiki users). The : sign is prohibited because the validity of usernames in different wikis differs due to different namespace and interwiki configuration. If you allow the "@" in usernames, you should also set $wgUserrightsInterwikiDelimiter . Otherwise you won't be able to give users with an "@" in the username different permissions using the normal way (though permissions can still be set via user ID). However, you are free to allow the ":" in usernames as long as you don't run multiple wikis with shared database or Extensión:CentralAuth , and you don't create new namespace or interwiki prefixes which make existing username invalid.

This is used in a regular expression character class during registration (regex metacharacters like / are escaped).

Apart from checking for the signs given in $wgInvalidUsernameCharacters, MediaWiki also checks other conditions, which can prevent a username from being allowed. For example IP addresses cannot be used as usernames and combinations of characters, which are not allowed in page names cannot be used either. More information is at m:Help:Page name.

The matchPattern and genPattern regular expressions in $wgAutoCreateTempUser will further restrict available usernames.


In case user names containing several characters should be prevented, the following setting is used:

$wgInvalidUsernameCharacters = '@:>=#€';
Make sure that you always include the characters MediaWiki recommends to include by default.

Véase también