Skin:Tweeki

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Tweeki
Release status: stable
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Description Bootstrap based, fully configurable, especially suitable for wiki-as-a-website
Author(s) Tobias Haider
Latest version 1.2.3 (2021-08-22)
MediaWiki 1.31.0+
License GNU General Public License 2.0
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Tweeki is a skin based on Bootstrap (v3.4.1/v4.4.1) framework. It tries to implement as much of Bootstrap's functionality as possible, allowing to use it very easily and with very reduced markup, and features many configuration options.

Tweeki aims for highest compatibility with Semantic MediaWiki and Semantic Forms and should be particularly useful for wiki-as-a-website projects.

InstallationEdit

  • Download Tweeki from GitHub and place the file(s) in a directory called Tweeki in your skins/ folder.
  • Add the following code at the bottom of your LocalSettings.php:
wfLoadSkin( 'Tweeki' );
$wgDefaultSkin = "tweeki";
  •   Done - Navigate to Special:Version on your wiki to verify that the skin is successfully installed.

To users running MediaWiki 1.24 or earlier:

The instructions above describe the new way of installing skins using wfLoadSkin(), since MediaWiki 1.25. If you need to install this skin in earlier versions, instead of wfLoadSkin( 'Tweeki' );, you need to use:

require_once "$IP/skins/Tweeki/Tweeki.php";

(To run a skin on an earlier release, you may need to download the version of it tagged for that release from Special:SkinDistributor.)


FeaturesEdit

Tweeki is...

  • highly configurable – without the need to tweak Tweeki itself – no conflicts when updating!
  • userfriendly for newbies – possibility to hide specific functionality that may not be needed in your specific setup
  • well suited for wiki-as-a-website projects – act like a website and profit from MediaWiki's features internally
  • made for semantic wikis – aiming for highest compatibility with Semantic MediaWiki and Semantic Forms

It supports most of Bootstrap's features, such as Buttons, Icons, Accordions, Tabs, Modals, Panels and much more...

See alsoEdit

Other skins and extensions related to the Bootstrap framework: