Difference between revisions of "Custom Styling"

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* via '''[[Mediawiki:Common.css]]''': be aware that it is not used for the login and preferences pages (you can, hower, [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:CSS#Styles_not_working_on_Special:UserLogin_or_Special:Preferences.3F allow it] if you don't care for the security implications)
 
* via '''[[Mediawiki:Common.css]]''': be aware that it is not used for the login and preferences pages (you can, hower, [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:CSS#Styles_not_working_on_Special:UserLogin_or_Special:Preferences.3F allow it] if you don't care for the security implications)
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* via '''[[Mediawiki:Tweeki.css]]''': more specifically, this CSS will only be loaded when you're using Tweeki as a skin. Same exceptions as above!
 
* via your own extension
 
* via your own extension
  

Latest revision as of 18:03, 9 March 2020

As usual you have several options to add custom CSS to your MediaWiki installation (see also the manual pages on mediawiki.org):

  • via Mediawiki:Common.css: be aware that it is not used for the login and preferences pages (you can, hower, allow it if you don't care for the security implications)
  • via Mediawiki:Tweeki.css: more specifically, this CSS will only be loaded when you're using Tweeki as a skin. Same exceptions as above!
  • via your own extension


$wgResourceModules['xxx'] = [
    'styles' => 'styles.css',
    'localBasePath' => '.',
    'remoteExtPath' => '',
    'position' => 'top'
];