This script places a pre-created Mibbit chatroom into a page with a certain div on it. This can be on any page: however, you only have one chat that it automatically connects to.

Note that you must have a Mibbit IRC chatroom set up already. This can be done from, and WikiHow has a guide explaining how.


See also: Help:Including additional CSS and JS, Help:Advanced CSS and JS
  • For site-wide use, an administrator can add the line below to the wiki's MediaWiki:ImportJS page. Note that JavaScript must be enabled on the wiki.
  • For personal use, add the code snippet below to your global.js page (for use on all wikis) or your common.js page on your wiki (for use on a single wiki). Note that personal JS must be enabled for your account.
    type: 'script',
    articles: [
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  type: 'script',
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Four different variables are required for the script.

var ServerIdentify = "<the name of your server>";

The above specifies what server your IRC chat is on--to find out this and the contents of the next variable, go to menu > link to channel. The link it gives you will have &server= on it somewhere; copy the text after &server= for your server variable. Copy the link after ?channel=23% for your channel variable.

var ChannelIdentify = "<the name of your channel>";

the second variable.

This should set up your on-wiki channel: the next two variables control the size. Add them after the source variables (the above two)

var Height = "800";
var Width = "600";

Change those variables to change the height and width of your gadget.

Now, you need to insert it. Find the page you want to use, and insert the following div:

<div id="JRChatReplace">

Note: this is under construction and may be faulty.

Wikis using this code

The Monster Hunter Wiki is the first known home of the base/first codes used in this script; however, this "published" version is a bit bigger and is hopefully more stable (as well as the addition of easy-to-change variables).