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MediaWiki is the software which powers many websites which serve collaborative projects. The original version software was originally created by programmers who were also contributors to power Wikipedia, and, as it is [[free software]], is now used to power many other sites. As Wikipedia is an extremely high-traffic website, MediaWiki is highly optimized for preformance.
==Types of pages Namespaces in a MediaWiki website==A talk MediaWiki divides pages into logical subdivisions by means of [[namespace|namespaces]], which, in MediaWiki, are denoted by a text string, descriptive of the purpose of the page is attached , followed by a colon, all of which preceeds the title. This yields titles in the form of ''Namespace:Title''. Different properties apply to each content pagedifferent namespaces. It is used The only exception to discuss the content pagenaming scheme is that of the main namespace, which has no prefix.