User talk:Axleh

From Hattrick

Hi, I'm writing you in English because that way round other people will be able to follow what we're talking about. The Handbuch (manual) isn't split in a manual (Handbuch) and the house rules (Hausordnung). You should rather say that the rules (Regeln) are split in two sections. --Mod-Karlthegreat 13:48, 11 February 2009 (UTC)

All right. Thank you for the hint. Quite subtle for a page that has just two links and barely any text, and hundreds of pages in German not written yet ;) --Axleh 18:29, 11 February 2009 (UTC)
Hehe, I would have done that all by myself, I mean translations into German, Luxembourgish and French, but thing is I'm busy with the English part (and so are other people too), so no time yet for a German version. Feel free to translate as many articles as possible, but if you do so, try to translate these first: De/. Don't worry too much about the interwiki links, we will try to add them if you can't look through that part (it's a bit more difficult since we got no real interwiki like in Wikipedia). Oh, and yes, better try to be clear when it comes to articles right from the start, avoids you a lot of mess later on. :D Any questions, just ask me or any other active editor (Jossie, EchoMan and others). --Mod-Karlthegreat 19:36, 11 February 2009 (UTC)
All right. I just start. You correct me if I'm wrong. --Axleh 19:44, 11 February 2009 (UTC)

Hi! Just to let you know, common practice is to only link a word the first time it appears in an article, not every time. I just noticed you link a lot of times in De/Aufstellung :) Cheers! --EchoMan 14:36, February 12, 2009 (UTC)

Well, right, I know that practice. But its bad practice in this case, and I tell you why: When I read about Defensive Forward at the bottom of that article and I read that is more Playmaking to the middle, then I have to scroll all the article 3 pages up to find the first appearance of Playmaking. That's the advantage of Hypertext. I know the argument why this is common practice: as alleged the rhythm of reading will be interrupted. Well this is a clear case for the stylesheet, and not that the link is wrong. --Axleh 15:03, 12 February 2009 (UTC)