Difference between revisions of "User talk:Herr Kaslewski"

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== Division medals ==
 
== Division medals ==
 
Hi! Use the <nowiki>{{divVIII}}</nowiki> template insteade of the image  (<nowiki>[[Image:DivisionVIII.PNG]]</nowiki>) directly, since images change on HT, we just change what image the template points to on the wiki. Cheers! --[[User:EchoMan|EchoMan]] 23:13, March 8, 2009 (UTC)
 
Hi! Use the <nowiki>{{divVIII}}</nowiki> template insteade of the image  (<nowiki>[[Image:DivisionVIII.PNG]]</nowiki>) directly, since images change on HT, we just change what image the template points to on the wiki. Cheers! --[[User:EchoMan|EchoMan]] 23:13, March 8, 2009 (UTC)
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:::: Oh yes, on your own site is at the top of the page a box called Content (there is a link with show or hide) and bookmarks for the whole page! You know what I mean? Thx for your support!!! --[[User:Herr Kaslewski|Herr_Kaslewski]] 17:35, 9 March 2009 (UTC)
 
:::: Oh yes, on your own site is at the top of the page a box called Content (there is a link with show or hide) and bookmarks for the whole page! You know what I mean? Thx for your support!!! --[[User:Herr Kaslewski|Herr_Kaslewski]] 17:35, 9 March 2009 (UTC)
 
::::: Ok now i get it. It's called Table of Contents, and u get it automatically if using == for headers, and === for subheaders (on both sides of the text. I see on your page that you have done this, if you add a header before the first text as well (after the Club template) a table will appear there, or you can write <nowiki>__TOC__</nowiki> on a line of its own to place it somewhere else if you don't want it before that text. You can also use <nowiki>__NOTOC__</nowiki> on pages where you don't want the Table of Contents. Cheers! --[[User:EchoMan|EchoMan]] 22:16, March 9, 2009 (UTC)
 
::::: Ok now i get it. It's called Table of Contents, and u get it automatically if using == for headers, and === for subheaders (on both sides of the text. I see on your page that you have done this, if you add a header before the first text as well (after the Club template) a table will appear there, or you can write <nowiki>__TOC__</nowiki> on a line of its own to place it somewhere else if you don't want it before that text. You can also use <nowiki>__NOTOC__</nowiki> on pages where you don't want the Table of Contents. Cheers! --[[User:EchoMan|EchoMan]] 22:16, March 9, 2009 (UTC)
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== Preview ==
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Don't know if you already know this, but to test things, use the Show Preview button, to see how things look. If you are happy with how it looks, Save the page. If not keep using preview until the page is finished. This makes it much easier on the servers and administrators and other wiki people who look at recent edits. :) --[[User:EchoMan|EchoMan]] 23:07, March 9, 2009 (UTC)

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Division medals

Hi! Use the {{divVIII}} template insteade of the image ([[Image:DivisionVIII.PNG]]) directly, since images change on HT, we just change what image the template points to on the wiki. Cheers! --EchoMan 23:13, March 8, 2009 (UTC)

Yes use {{goldenboot}} for this Goldenboot-new.PNG image. And also, to automagically add a signature to talk pages, use ~~---- or klick on the signature icon above the edit textarea. Cheers! --EchoMan 07:36, March 9, 2009 (UTC)
Okay, test! --Herr_Kaslewski 15:59, 9 March 2009 (UTC)
I'm not sure I know exactly what you want to do. Can you refer me to a page that has what you want on it? --EchoMan 17:29, March 9, 2009 (UTC)
Oh yes, on your own site is at the top of the page a box called Content (there is a link with show or hide) and bookmarks for the whole page! You know what I mean? Thx for your support!!! --Herr_Kaslewski 17:35, 9 March 2009 (UTC)
Ok now i get it. It's called Table of Contents, and u get it automatically if using == for headers, and === for subheaders (on both sides of the text. I see on your page that you have done this, if you add a header before the first text as well (after the Club template) a table will appear there, or you can write __TOC__ on a line of its own to place it somewhere else if you don't want it before that text. You can also use __NOTOC__ on pages where you don't want the Table of Contents. Cheers! --EchoMan 22:16, March 9, 2009 (UTC)

Preview

Don't know if you already know this, but to test things, use the Show Preview button, to see how things look. If you are happy with how it looks, Save the page. If not keep using preview until the page is finished. This makes it much easier on the servers and administrators and other wiki people who look at recent edits. :) --EchoMan 23:07, March 9, 2009 (UTC)