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/**
* Helper classes used across special pages
*/
/* Content dividers */
/* @todo FIXME: Hard coded ". .". Is there a message for this? Should there be? */
.mw-changeslist-separator:empty:before {
content: '. .';
}
/**
* Rather than use an existing element, we have a specific element for designating
* the separation of certain elements by a semicolon.
* This is a variant of the rule mw-changeslist-separator rule above but uses a semicolon
* rather than a the two dots. It's not clear why we use different things for separation, and
* when adding this I was unable to see any information that led to its change. A designer in the
* future of a developer who has the energy to invest may explore this more and see if these two
* classes can be combined.
*
* There is lots of context on this rule in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T233649
*
* # History page
*
* The history page should never have a semicolon as there is never a mw-title element.
* Previous attempts to add the semicolon used the timestamp and a before pseudo element
* but this led to problems as the history page also uses this element and there is no
* easy way to distinguish it from other elements and never any need to have a semicolon
* on the history page.
*
* # Special:RecentChanges
*
* has always had a semicolon and motivation for moving this change here.
*
* # Special:Watchlist
*
* Note that before this change was introduced, the Special:Watchlist page
* didn't have a semicolon after the title. This caused some confusion to
* editors (https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T237685) but this rule makes it
* consistent with Special:RecentChanges. To disable the semicolon on the watchlist
* would be additional CSS to reset the content of this pseudo element for that specific
* page, but we should not accrue that technical debt without some strong arguments for
* doing so - and they should be documented!
* # Special:Contributions
* Never use semicolon on this page. Always use “. .” as separators.
*/
.mw-changeslist-separator--semicolon:before {
content: '@{msg-semicolon-separator}';
}
.mw-rollback-link {
&:before {
content: '@{msg-brackets-start}';
}
&:after {
content: '@{msg-brackets-end}';
}
}
/* stylelint-disable-next-line selector-class-pattern */
.comment--without-parentheses,
.mw-changeslist-links,
.mw-diff-bytes,
/* Needed by pages calling ChangeTags::formatSummaryRow (T212613) */
.mw-tag-markers,
.mw-uctop {
&:before {
content: '@{msg-parentheses-start}';
}
&:after {
content: '@{msg-parentheses-end}';
}
}
.mw-changeslist-links {
display: inline-block;
> span:not( :first-child ):before {
content: '@{msg-pipe-separator}';
}
// In pages like history, do not add additional brackets where not needed
.mw-rollback-link:before,
.mw-rollback-link:after {
content: '';
}
}
.mw-tag-marker {
&:after {
content: '@{msg-comma-separator}';
}
&:last-child:after {
content: '';
}
}
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