Images and screenshots are an essential part of the content. The visualization of content supports the understanding and the motivation to spend time on the text. But how can I upload pictures in MediaWiki and how do I insert it in an article? I will show you three ways how to display the pictures in your article – one in an original MediaWiki and two in BlueSpice. Also I will give you some background information on images in MediaWiki. Continue Reading
Linux Magazine already tested BlueSpice in summer 2011. Their conclusion was that BlueSpice is “well-flavored”, meaning BlueSpice is suitable to make a MediaWiki a business wiki. This Linux Magazine edition offers BlueSpice with a test version of the new package [paste image] for free. With BlueSpice [paste image] it is possible to insert images from an explorer via drag & drop into a wiki article. Or you use copy and paste to insert an image from the clipboard into a wiki article.
In edition 1/2013 (published in December 2012) Linux Magazine contains a BlueSpice VM with a test version of the package [paste image] for free (normally charged). To work with BlueSpice [paste image] you need to have Java installed locally.
You want to know more about [paste image] have a look at the product page.
Here you can download BlueSpice free.