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. . . a big deal.
Obviously you don't want to impact the ability of legitimate users
of your wiki to contribute. But you also don't want spammers or other nefa . . . been carefully considered, not only for the impact they will have on your users
, but the effectiveness they will have against combating spam.
Without fur . . . spam capabilities, listed in order of their potential to impact legitimate users
(from least amount of risk to greatest).
===Nofollow on External Links
An . . . they are trying to accomplish. This should also have no effect on regular users
==="Red Herring" or "Honeypot" Forms
On every page where a form is displ . . . oken by automated bots. And secondly, it could have a major impact on your users
if they are impaired, or have diminished vision. Truth be told, there coul . . . d be any number of scenarios whereby your users
and contributers just can't make out the captcha, and are thus effectively . . . as a question something very specific about the site that only its regular users
would have knowledge of. An example of a poor question, however, would be . . . xtCha should:
* have 1 word / 1 number answers
* ask questions that normal users
of your site are likely to be able to answer
* not ask questions that are . . . spam.
This has the potential for the most impact against your legitimate users
. If an administrator inadvertently specifies a rule incorrectly, it's poss . . . FutureLast modified Mon Oct 16 01:03:30 UTC 2017
. . . the easiest thing in the world to do, as I'll have to create a system for users
to be able to change their own password as well. But I do have some ideas . . . dministrative features to an Aneuch site that some admins may not want all users
to be able to do. So I can introduce an "admin" and "editor" level, or som . . . p?
I'd like to add individual page subscriptions, so that users
can subscribe to a page, and every time that page is changed, they get an . . . What Is AneuchLast modified Fri Oct 24 19:40:19 UTC 2014
. . . ript, with optional plugins. When installed, it generates a web site where users
can read, change, create and even delete pages. This creates an unparallel . . . e the mainline Aneuch development will always remain free and open source, users
are able to incorporate code from Aneuch (or a complete derivative thereof . . . Version 0.50 ChangelogLast modified Thu Feb 18 03:23:14 UTC 2016
. . . rdItem() for DashboardDatabase, DashboardBannedContents and DashboardBannedUsers
- DoCSS: If a $Theme is set, and a style.css file exists in $Theme, us . . . ual routines DashboardDatabase, DashboardBannedContents and DashboardBannedUsers
, and wrote sub DoAdminDashboard
- DoLinkedPages - Removed the -i optio . . . WhatIsAWikiLast modified Sat Nov 8 01:27:41 UTC 2014
. . . e of software that enables the creation of a wiki site. A wiki site allows users
to create and modify
pages on the fly using their web browser, and a basic . . .
The diagram to the right shows an example of how a wiki is edited by many users
over a period of time, resulting in
what you see presently.
Reference the . . . Spam WorkLast modified Mon Aug 19 20:52:27 UTC 2013
. . . As you may or may not have noticed, all forms of
editing for non-logged-in users
has been disabled here on Aneuch Wiki (including the use of discussion pag . . . "honeypot" - that is to say, a separate form that is invisible to regular users
, but any spam bot would see it. If there is data submitted in this form (o . . . ConfiguringLast modified Fri Nov 14 01:56:49 UTC 2014
. . . When a user is editing an existing page, it is locked for editing by other users
. If the user who has locked the page carelessly navigates away from the pa . . . ed a sane default.
**$NewPage** - This variable controls what is shown to users
who visit a link within your wiki that leads to a page that has not been c . . . Discuss Version 0.30 DevTrackLast modified Fri Feb 14 03:24:57 UTC 2014
. . . most error-prone (think clobbering the category index file while multiple users
are updating pages all at once).
This will definitely take some thought.
. . . ion of an administrative menu option? However that would mean that regular users
of the wiki wouldn't be able to create templates...
More thought is neede . . . DocumentationLast modified Sat Dec 12 17:57:01 UTC 2015
. . . follow. You should also be aware of some [[Security Considerations]].
of the wiki can get assistance in using the [[Markup]] language, and . . . BlockingLast modified Wed Jul 31 16:39:41 UTC 2013
. . . le to accomplish in Aneuch.
# Enter the Admin menu
# Click the "(Un)Block users
# Add the IP address to the text area, and click "Save"
See how eas . . . Version 0.30 ChangelogLast modified Fri Feb 21 04:12:14 UTC 2014
. . . or param 'do' (if set)
* InitVars: In %AdminList, rename 'block' to "Block users
* InitVars: Declare special pages at end using SetSpecialPage
* MarkupBu . . . Discuss Version 0.40 DevTrackLast modified Wed Nov 12 16:51:52 UTC 2014
. . . e some site admins to balk a bit, because they might want to allow certain users
to embed HTML, however not give them the site password.
This will require . . . Plugins LinksLast modified Sun Nov 26 14:23:50 UTC 2017
. . . will register the page 'Links' as a [[Special Pages|special page]]. Admin users
will then be presented with a form at the bottom of page 'Links' which wil . . . CreoleTestLast modified Tue Jul 10 18:36:58 UTC 2012
. . . red as well, like http://www.wikicreole.org/ and http://www.wikicreole.org/users
Creole1.0 specifies that http://bar and ftp://bar should not r . . . UsersLast modified Fri Mar 14 02:30:50 UTC 2014
. . . like to get your site listed here, please leave a comment on the [[Discuss Users
|discussion page]] (or just edit this page directly and add the link yourse . . . Discuss Version 0.50Last modified Sun Apr 5 20:17:44 UTC 2015
. . . ck()` when it shouldn't have. I have corrected this. Unfortunately, if two users
from the same (external) IP address (think a school or business network) w . . . Rate LimitingLast modified Mon Sep 7 16:07:39 UTC 2015
. . . 20, which means a user can request 20 pages every 20 seconds. Most normal users
will spend longer than 1 second on each page they visit, and web crawlers . . . Discuss UsersLast modified Wed Jun 1 20:01:06 UTC 2016
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