NovaRoma talk:Key Path
Our many and varied Publications deserve their own task force. I think that we should have a direct link to them from the main page, or some sort of rotation so that the one with the most recent issue gets spotlighted. Agricola 12:55, 3 February 2008 (CET)
Main Page comments
"This site" box
The bottom box now says
"Citizens of Nova Roma can edit this site. Need an account? Any citizen can [create a wiki account]. Problems? Join the mailing list [NRWiki @ yahoogroups.com] and post a message. Visit our [Community Portal] for editing guidelines. Contact the [site administrators] if you have any requests."
I propose to change the text to
"This site is an ongoing project of the citizens of Nova Roma to build a guide to our Republic and to that of ancient Rome." Any citizen can [create a wiki account]. Problems? Join the mailing list [NRWiki @ yahoogroups.com] and post a message. Visit our [Community Portal] for editing guidelines. Contact the [site administrators] if you have any requests.
Comments? Agricola 11:45, 6 February 2008 (CET)
Template:Current Events Shortlist
How to change the text in english here?
Complutensis 08:34, 5 February 2008 (CET)
- Template:Current_Events_Shortlist is probably the most complicated template that we have. There are two functions inside it.
- "GlobalText" is used to put up just text in many languages. To add Spanish, look for this:
- Just add the Spanish based on the nearby EN= or any other language that you like.
- "Global" is used to make a link. On the Spanish page it will link to the Spanish page if it exists, otherwise it will link to the English page. As we make more and more pages in all lanugages, I will replace these "Global" links with regular ones.
- I am sorry that it is so complicated. Here is the benefit. By using just one template, I can use comment tags to turn messages off and on in all languages at once. When I don't need a message, I don't delete it, I just use comment tags to hide it, so I can un-hide it later if I have to. Agricola 09:24, 5 February 2008 (CET)