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exclude items need underscores? Edit

Contrary to the example provided in this article, I found that setting an exclude field as follows did not work:

exclude="main, user talk"

Instead I had to use the URL-form rather than the friendly form of the namespace name:

exclude="main, user_talk"

I don't want to edit this help article at this time since it is my first time using the tag and this may be an issue specific to how the particular wiki I tested on was set up ( If this issue can be confirmed by someone more familiar with the tag, please update the example. 2ks4 22:38, April 22, 2011 (UTC)

I'm using
<activityfeed size=7 shortlist />
The result looks like this:-

My question is: Why do the hyperlinks have to be bold? is there anyway of forcing the hyperlinks to be 'normal' weight?

*-jester-* (Admin) 23:10, March 16, 2012 (UTC)

You can do that by adding .activityfeed a { font-weight:normal !important; } to your site stylesheet. -- Cafeinlove 11:42, May 5, 2012 (UTC)

Auto Refresh Activity feed Edit

I just wondered is there a way to allow auto refresh for activity feed? I placed the activity feed on the mainpage and tried adding AJAX RC but i don't think it will work on the mainpage. DinoKev (talk) 17:38, May 18, 2012 (UTC)

While on the page you have to refresh your browser, unless someone has made a page refresh for wikia. -- (M o r p h | C | T) 542 contributions and counting. 16:29, June 11, 2012 (UTC)

Activity feed for user specific contributions Edit

As the title suggests. Is there a way that one could create an activity feed about the recent edits of a specific user, much like the special page for contributions? -- Denmax

Is there a way to limit or slightly modify Activity Feed (Wiki Activity page) activity? 

  • How do I expand the number of recent changes on the list?
    • Some wikis continuously show the display "see more recent activity", whereas some stop after scrolling down and clicking it twice.
  • How do I remove some stuff off of the list from the wiki's activity feed/Wiki Activity page?
    • Example is that I was updating many old category pages continuously which resulted in in a lot of: "Category:{CategoryName}" on the Wiki Activity page. Is there any way to exclude Categories (Category edits) being included into this list, similar to how template edits don't display, etc.
I am assuming that this is all related to the MediaWiki:Wikia.css coding?
Kirika Ren (talk) 01:35, August 9, 2017 (UTC)