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Sorting has been updated to handle some accents by modifying the tablesorter collation using JavaScript in the following file MediaWiki:Common.js

Date Name Height
01.10.1977 Egli, Emil (1848-1908) 1.85
11.6.1972 ▒glise Mennonite Sonlight Mission (Haiti) 1.89
1.9.1992 El Salvador 1.72
1.9.1998 Arman 1.8
1.9.2008 Zoe 1.84
1.9.2005 Fable 1.72
1.9.2003 Dane 1.53

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Bible References

A javascript utility is running on the site which converts plain bible references into links to If the following link is active then Scripturizer is working.

Col 1:15-20

Previously the site used the BibleRef extension, which is no longer supported. That tool used a different syntax like this:

<bible>Col 1:15-20</bible>


Any valid address, partial address or valid latitude and longitude in decimal or degree minute seconds should resolve to a location on the map - see below for examples.

This was previously running with Google Maps but later changed to Leaflet.

Examples can be found on the Map Examples page.


The EmbedVideo extension has been added allowing the following - check Extension:EmbedVideo for more options.

{{#ev:youtube|EMCDobBllm8|400|center|History of the Mennonite Faith pt1}}
This is a selection of images from the Mennonite book by Larry Towell, with two poems from the Mennonite CD.
History of the Mennonite Faith pt1

External links to videos can be created as normal using the link control of the WikiEditor:

Mennonite Men's Choir


The MP3MediaHandler extension allows any .mp3 files that have been uploaded to be playable via an in-browser audio player. It uses the HTML5 <audio> tag if supported, with a fallback to a direct file link (which the browser will either play natively, open in a local media player or prompt the user to download).



According to scientists, the Sun is pretty big.[1] The Moon, however, is not so big.[2]





Instructions Translation Tutorial

Essentially the page to be translated needs to be wrapped in <translate>...</translate> tags and then an administrator can mark the page as ready for translation and setup the sections to be translated and the desired languages to translate to (optional).

Once setup translators will have a link at the top of the page to allow them to start the translation.

The example page has been created for experimentation (may no longer exist after import)



  1. E. Miller, The Sun, (New York: Academic Press, 2005), 23-5.
  2. R. Smith, "Size of the Moon", Scientific American, 46 (April 1978): 44-6.