shortcut for Wikipedia
Maybe wp is the better shortcut for Wikipedia (than wikipedia)?
-- Rg 08:44, 1 August 2012 (PDT)
I can add it as an additional option. The reason for using 'wikipedia' is that it is a standard interwiki identifier.
--Tigersharke 18:57, 1 August 2012 (PDT)
-- Rg 08:09, 3 August 2012 (PDT)
shortcut for the FreeBSD Handbook
(Tigersharke, by the way, thanks for your great (and "speedy") work to create such templates.)
--Rg 07:08, 12 August 2012 (PDT)
This can be done, BUT, what would be the shortcut word?? I suppose we could assume fbsdph - Porter's Handbook, fbsdh - Handbook, fbsddh - Developer's Handbook, how are those?
--Tigersharke 14:37, 12 August 2012 (PDT)
I am "simple": I am nominating
hb. :-) Are there any shorter shortcuts out there? :-D
--Rg 17:44, 12 August 2012 (PDT)
created (not alternate) text for shortcuts
Please, do not hate me for this idea. :-D
Can you manage it, that if there is no alternate text (
|txt=$alternate text) by using the template Citelink, the template creates a "right" text by default.
Do you know what I mean?
If I use the the template in the following way
the result is
But in my way of thinking the optimal result is
, which is a composition of a default text for every shortcut (FreeBSD Wiki in this case) + ": " + the title of site (by using the page url (of
Please see this idea as a constructive input for make your good templates even more better. :-)
--Rg 07:39, 12 August 2012 (PDT)
The trouble with automating the FreeBSD Wiki: + Url format, is that at best it would be a third field, unless fbsd: were to be parsed to return this new link format. I do not want to take away the txt= option.
--Tigersharke 14:31, 12 August 2012 (PDT)
Am I wrong, or is
|txt=$alternate text a (indirect) obligation and not a option (if we are apply the template by using a shortcut)? If we do not use this (direct), we have to write an (also) alternate text (without
|txt=) at the end, or not?
I was talking of the case, that there is (independent of the purpose) no alternate text existing.
At the moment the result of different articlesis the same "default" text (by having a different topic).
(One again, because I am not sure:) Do you know what I mean?
If you are make the users doing write a alternate text for naming the topic: No Problem! :-) I am only interested that you can follow my chain of thought.
--Rg 18:28, 12 August 2012 (PDT)
<ref>tags exist, but no
<references/>tag was found