Wiki Galleries broken?

Started by The Green One, September 11, 2019, 01:33:38 PM

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The Green One

Hello~

I opened some of my wiki galleries and this is what I see:


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All images work fine, the problem seems to be only with the galleries.

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Vekseid

I am not sure how that ever worked? If it did your code was working off of a bug. >_>

You specify widths for included images like so:

[[File:Lance 1 Req. Thread.jpg|100px]]


See: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Images

The Green One

Oh, well, I guess I'll take my time reworking all the galleries.

Thank you, Veks!!

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Geraint

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I am having Wiki problems as well, everything in the Wiki is loadiing achingly slowly,

And at least one of my galleries that was perfectly OK two weeks ago, is now showing only file codes and not the pictures  It's here:  https://elliquiy.com/wiki/Private:Geraint%27s_Occasional_Savors
Two Galleries now:  https://elliquiy.com/wiki/Private:Geraint_Characters_in_Play

It is one of four picture galleries constructed in exactly the same fashion, and other than taking near a minute each to load the others are still showing pictures.

Help?

Vekseid

Ack.

https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Images#Rendering_a_gallery_of_images

The closing tag seems to be missing. I fixed it in your first one.

Thumbnails may be getting regenerated - if it's still going

Geraint

Quote from: Vekseid on September 11, 2019, 10:56:34 PM
Ack.

https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Images#Rendering_a_gallery_of_images

The closing tag seems to be missing. I fixed it in your first one.

Thumbnails may be getting regenerated - if it's still going

It was the closing tag missing on both, fixed now.  One has to wonder why they worked before without it.?

Anyway, thanks for the help :-)

Vekseid

Probably an auto-close code. A lot of wiki/forum software will try to close open tags for you, but this is rather bug-prone compared to being strict about it, especially when you have WYSIWYGs for non-technical people.