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<center><h1>Wikipedia - Mediawiki MySite class DOCS (ver. 0.1.0)</h1></center>
<B>AUTHOR</B>: Piotr Maliński<BR>
<B>Contact</B>: <a href="mailto:hide@address.com">hide@address.com</a><BR>
<B>Site</B>: <a href="http://www.english.rk.edu.pl">http://www.english.rk.edu.pl</a> | <a href="http://www.cms.rk.edu.pl">http://www.cms.rk.edu.pl</a> - Polish<BR>
<B>License</B>: GPL<BR>
<B>Requirements</B>: PHP5<BR><BR>

This class alows you to "publish" and edit pages from <B><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org">wikipedia</a></B> or other Mediawiki powered site without MediaWiki installation. The idea:
Let say that you are a student and you study chemistry - you want to make your site about it. Using this class you can have your very own site with nice content + you can help wikipedia by adding/expanding its articles.<BR><BR>

See the two examples<BR><BR>

<B><font color="blue">$x = new wikipedia('PATCH TO WIKIPEDIA');</font></B> - where the PATCH is a link to a wikipedia or other mediawiki, like - http://en.wikipedia.org/<BR><BR>
<B><font color="blue">get_page($page, $header = false)</font></B> - will show the content from $page (like: Content_Management_System), IF you set $header to non-false - HEAD section with encoding and Mediawiki CSS will be included)<BR><BR>
<B><font color="blue">edit_page($page, $header = false)</font></B> - the same as get_page, but this one will display the edit page with textarea<BR>
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