Are you the author of Extension:WikiSEO ?


Nicolas NALLET (talk) 20:39, 16 March 2013 (UTC)Reply

Creating a skin based on Monobook skin


Dear Andrujhon,

I was looking through an old post from you and I had a skin related query to ask you.

I am using mediawiki 1.22.6 and want to make a skin named 'Compiler' based on the Monobook skin. I dont want to change anything in the new Compiler theme, at the moment. But I want it as a separate skin for selection from the preferences menu when a user logs in. Could you share with me your experience in creating a new theme. Just a copy theme with a new name available for selection.

Yours Sincerely, Arnab


Adding "expires" meta tag


Hi, first thanks for writing the wikiseo extension. I asked on the Mediaiwki mail listing if someone had a thought on how to add the "expires" meta tag and someone suggested modifying the body.php in your extension. Before I explore that possibility I thought I would see if it's something you would like to add to the extension so everyone would have that ability. All the best. Thanks Christharp (talk) 00:30, 26 June 2014 (UTC)Reply

Metadata and SEO tags


Hello Andrujhon,

I'm looking to apply metadata tags to WikiJournal articles in order to be compatible with indexing and tracking services (e.g. AltMetric). Currently I'm using the code:

<div style="display:none"><meta name='citation_doi' value='{{{doi}}}'></div>

Where {{{doi}}} is the article's full doi number. For example in this article, it is included as:

<div style="display:none"><meta name='citation_doi' value='10.15347/wjm/2017.005'></div>

However, the < and > characters get transcluded as &lt; and &gt; which (I think) prevents it from working properly.

Is Extension:WikiSEO compatible with the requirements of help.altmetric.com/...what-metadata-is-required-to-track-our-content? Thanks! T.Shafee(Evo﹠Evo)talk 07:30, 8 January 2018 (UTC)Reply