A way for us to opt into Bootstrap tooltips and popovers.
Limit of symbols on some pages is reached the end. But there are many doubled songs (different fretters) with dead links inside. I see two ways: increase the limit or delete dead links. If it needed - i will try to delete dead links!
Request: A URL option that would return just the raw source of the page as text to the caller. This would work according to the privacy of the page. If a user can view the page, he can view the source with this link; if he cannot view the page, the server returns an appropriate message.
Bootstrap offers several useful components, but it can be a hassle trying to remember them or switching between one's site and the Bootstrap site to remember the various classes and codes needed to implement them. To overcome this, I propose a set of buttons for the editor that represent Bootstrap components. These buttons would work just like the current buttons, inserting the appropriate syntax into the editor form.
With how Google now ranks your site via responsiveness/mobile-friendly. I think it would be a lot easier and user friendly if you guys added a per-device css to the Appearance and Behavior section. Just a thought and hope it eventually gets accepted.
You can place the Search module itself on any page, but your site must contain a page called "search:site" that (also) contains the Search module.
The content for our wikidot instance is entirely vote-dependent, but we have the occasional user who deletes their account, or users who downvote everything they can out of spite just before they're banned.
There doesn't appear to be a way to implement the horizontal description/definition list in Bootstrap unless one uses literal HTML as illustrated below. I have a case where I would like to use this concept in a template.
A visual editor would make it easier for everybody to edit, especially for really long articles. Right now Wikipedia has one, and other wikis are beginning to implement them.