Last modified: 2010-05-15 15:37:42 UTC
MediaWiki:Exporttext displays "In the latter case you can also use a link, e.g.
Special:Export/Train for the article Train." For a general MediaWiki install it
should probably point to the [Main Page]]. I originally put in that example in
the English Wikipedia. The whole thing should probably say:
You can export the text and editing history of a particular page or set of pages
wrapped in some XML. In the future, this may then be imported into another wiki
running the MediaWiki software.
To export pages, enter their titles in the text box below, one title per line,
and select whether you want just their current versions (as opposed to all
If you just want the the current version you can also use a link, e.g.
[[Special:Export/Main Page]] for the [[Main Page]].
The name of the Main page changes depending on used content language. In my
opinion it can be what ever page. Even supposing it's an article is a bigger
As opposed to train which exists in every wiki??
Changed in HEAD.