Hey! How do I get the advanced mode used in Commons, for example, on my own wiki? Does it require an extension, System Message, or what? I would like to have my own wiki for mobile themes such as Action Pages, a different user box, etc.
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Advanced mode to own wiki
@Antonkarpp Please explain what an "advanced mode" is and where exactly (URL) to see an "advanced mode".
Advanced mode is an extension of the mobile version that gives more "features" to the phone visitor. Here is a link to the advanced modes discussion: Reading/Web/Advanced mobile contributions
And this advanced mode is used in Wikimedia Commons, for example.
You are probably looking for MobileFrontend.
I already have that MobileFrontend. Take a look at these pictures, among other things, and you'll see: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/7b/Advanced_mode_-_1.png/220px-Advanced_mode_-_1.png
Those are such magical add-ons to the mobile interface, but I don’t know where to get these “advanced mode” settings on my own wiki.
Advanced Mobile Contribution is part of MobileFrontend. Ensure you have the extension installed, then navigate to Special:MobileOptions on your wiki and toggle it.
I have the latest MobileFrontend, and when I go to Special:MobileOptions, it only reads beta features and title Descriptions. For example, in Wikimedia Commons it reads advanced mode. I didn't get an Advanced Mobile Contributor with this.
Sorry, Special:MobileOptions read only beta features.
Please stop spamming this thread by posting contentless comments which only include question marks.
You need to set
$wgMFAdvancedMobileContributions = true; in LocalSettings.php.