Re: Contribute Your Knowledge Improvements
Posted: 14 Dec 2018 11:42
It does not appear to have been deleted properly so I would guess some kind of MySQL glitch.
Helping Family Historian users since 2002
How are they going to get to this point if they don't already recognise a hyperlink (including the fact that it's orange in the wiki) and how they behave? Your argument might have slightly more force if you were asking to introduce the html hyperlink syntax -- but they won't be using html to construct the links, so that's not useful either. I repeat: the info for novices ought to be in info about how to use/navigate the knowledgebase.I want to encourage even those who are not so familiar with hyperlinks to tackle simple editing.
Ok -- let me know when I can review.Is it OK if I add a section on the very basics of namespace syntax?
I think a table will work -- let me know if you want me to try first.Family Historian link shortcuts
Is it worth the effort of constructing examples when we're suggesting people not use most of them -- have a look at the edits I've made.image link options
I really don't understand how you can use the conventions without understanding the structure!Users who add Hyperlinks need to know those conventions especially the recommended relative formats, but don't usually need to know about the KB structure, so directing them to that separate section would be confusing.
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How do you decide where to put your new page if you don't understand that there is a structure, and what it is, and what the terminology is? The 'What Sort of Page' section has been in the outline from the day you created it, and it's hard to cover that if the user doesn't know the basic terminology (namespaces) and some structure info.As explained above, I don't think Create And Manage Pages needs an intro to Wiki structure.
Yes -- I created a new page to incorporate existing content from Knowledge Base > New Main SectionsAccording to Tools > Old Revisions you created Creating a New Namespace on 2018/11/28 14:28