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- This is a disallowed titles list. Titles and usernames that match a regular expression here cannot be created.
- Use "#" for comments.
- This is case-insensitive by default
- Foo <autoconfirmed|noedit|errmsg=blacklisted-testpage> # This page name is not allowed
- [Bb]ar # No one should create article about it
- .*pandora.* # This word is not allowed in any part of a page name
- Each entry may also contain optional attributes, enclosed in <> and separated with |.
- autoconfirmed - also allows autoconfirmed users to perform such actions
- casesensitive - do not ignore case when checking title for being put on the block list
- noedit - also forbid editing the page (if it already exists)
- moveonly - forbid moves but allow ordinary creation (rev:35163)
- newaccountonly - forbid creation of matching usernames, but allow page creation (rev:38977)
- reupload - allow reuploads of existing blocked files (rev:33656)
- errmsg - the name of the message that should be displayed instead of standard
- If the AntiSpoof extension is installed, you can also use the <antispoof> attribute.
- What is referred to here as regular expressions are not proper regular expressions, but rather subpatterns that are inserted into a hard-coded regular expression. i.e. the subpattern Foo from above would create a # regular expression like /^Foo$/usi.
- Underscores ("_") in regular expressions will be converted to spaces by the extension, because titles are matched against its text form ("Page title" instead of "Page_title").