Tags

From Max-EuP 2012

This page lists the tags that the software may mark an edit with, and their meaning.

Tag nameAppearance on change listsFull description of meaningSourceActive?Tagged changes
mw-revertedRevertedEdits that were later reverted by a different editDefined by the softwareYes64 changes
mw-manual-revertManual revertEdits that manually restore the page to an exact previous stateDefined by the softwareYes36 changes
mw-new-redirectNew redirectEdits that create a new redirect or change a page to a redirectDefined by the softwareYes7 changes
mw-blankBlankingEdits that blank a pageDefined by the softwareYes5 changes
mw-replaceReplacedEdits that remove more than 90% of the content of a pageDefined by the softwareYes3 changes
mw-changed-redirect-targetRedirect target changedEdits that change the target of a redirectDefined by the softwareYes1 change
mw-removed-redirectRemoved redirectEdits that change an existing redirect to a non-redirectDefined by the softwareYes1 change
mw-contentmodelchangecontent model changeEdits that change the content model of a pageDefined by the softwareYes0 changes
mw-rollbackRollbackEdits that roll back previous edits using the rollback linkDefined by the softwareYes0 changes
mw-undoUndoEdits that undo previous edits using the undo linkDefined by the softwareYes0 changes

Retrieved from Special:Tags – Max-EuP 2012 on 25 June 2022.

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