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HTML Tags extension for MediaWiki. This extension defines a tag function, <htmltag>, that allows users to place HTML tags on the page that may not be otherwise allowed by the MediaWiki parser. For more information, see the extension homepage at: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:HTML_Tags == Overview == <htmltag> can only display tags and attributes that are allowed for that wiki. Tags and attributes are allowed through the use of the global variable $wgHTMLTagsAttributes in LocalSetting.php. To allow the use of the <a> tag, for instance, with the attributes 'href' and 'class', you would add the following to LocalSettings.php: $wgHTMLTagsAttributes['a'] = array( 'href', 'class' ); A user could then display an <a> tag on the wiki, with those attributes, with text like the following: <htmltag tagname="a" href="http://example.com" class="link">See here</htmltag> Calling <htmltag> with a tag name that is not allowed will result in an error message; calling it with an attribute that is not allowed will simply lead to the attribute being ignored. == License == HTML Tags is available under the GNU Public License. == Authors == HTML Tags was written by Yaron Koren.