[Page Review] Arizona

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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby dmcrandall » Tue Nov 25, 2014 12:32 am

I'm glad it's been resolved, and no one else runs into the same problem.

Thank you!

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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby kentsmith9 » Mon Nov 24, 2014 9:47 pm

Fixed. The trigger was adding the "Other" section on the AZ page. You must be the first state to use it. That section of Wiki code will only add content if the section exists, otherwise it skips to the next section, Area Managers. Heading code (like "==HEADING==") must be first thing on a line for the interpreter to know it is a heading. In the code I had ==Area Managers== after other code and it did not work when the Other section was activated. However, I am not sure why Area Manager was working before you invoked the Other section since it sat at the same point on the line. Strangely, the Other heading section used the same offset line formatting, but worked fine.

Anyway I made a quick change to format the line more generically. It seems to be working for AZ and CA with and without the use of the Other section.
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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby dmcrandall » Mon Nov 24, 2014 6:48 pm

Kent, helpppp!

I'm sure Alfredo did it, but there seems to be a problem on the AZ wiki page.

Linked Here

The Area Manager heading is not displaying correctly. It's showing on the page as == Area Managers ==, instead of being formatted correctly.

As a temporary work-around I added it to the bottom of the "Other" segment, so it at least shows up in the Table of Contents.

I guess I'm following in Fredo's footsteps, and messing stuff up along the way. :/

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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby kentsmith9 » Fri Jul 25, 2014 7:07 pm

Fredo-p wrote:The only thing that I had problems with is trying to figure out what to put into the portions page. I'm not creative like the other editors and giving a small description to this page is a challenge for me.

There is no requirement to put anything in the Unique portion section or pages. They exist only when something is desired to be put there. Short and sweet is often better. ;)
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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby Fredo-p » Fri Jul 25, 2014 5:06 pm

Check it out and let me know how it's looking.

I've played around with it and added information to simulate that it was a live page. My ADHD did get the best of me and I over analyzed the instructions. :oops: :oops: :oops:

It took me a min to figure out that the Unique Portion link meant to create a small description and Unique Page was for anything that was larger than what would fit in the unique section ( anything larger than a paragraph). I think my error was that I was naturally selecting the first link in the column out of instinct and not reading the top of the list.

Once I figured that out, managing what was being added was a breeze. The only thing that I had problems with is trying to figure out what to put into the portions page. I'm not creative like the other editors and giving a small description to this page is a challenge for me.

I'm scared to take on the Intro page as my ADHD may hijack my brain and end up writing a 500 paragraph article titled "The integration of Waze and Arizonans: A pathway to ease the transportation efforts of the average American; Knowing where to go and how to do it - You to can become an editor" :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby Fredo-p » Thu Jul 24, 2014 3:17 pm

No problem. I don't plan on deploying it until you've given the template its final blessing. I'm going to keep everything on the /Test2 page so as not to migrate any problems elsewhere.
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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby kentsmith9 » Thu Jul 24, 2014 3:13 pm

Fredo-p wrote:I will probably give it a full blown test (populate it as it were a live page) with AZ related information and see how it goes.

Great. Note that I am still making tweaks to the template suite to fix some other issues I am discovering along the way. That means there may be times during the fix process that other things may appear broken, so be cautious of deploying the page on a final page yet. We will do that after I get feedback from all the different states planned for testing.
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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby Fredo-p » Thu Jul 24, 2014 7:34 am

kentsmith9 wrote:If you like to the current To Do pages or Construction pages, remember to link to them where they are now under the regular Arizona page. With the exception of the [[Arizona/To Do/Construction]] page should be moved to [[Arizona/Construction]]. Once you do link to those pages, the breadcrumb links at the top of the page will be going back to the wrong Arizona page, so during the test phase you have to use the back button.


I'll make sure to move the construction page to its own under Arizona/. As for the talk/discussion page, I like the way a wiki editor can just click and have a page auto-filled. I've played with it for a quick min. I will probably give it a full blown test (populate it as it were a live page) with AZ related information and see how it goes.

So far, it looks amazing.
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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby kentsmith9 » Thu Jul 24, 2014 6:34 am

I have made significant advancements to the upcoming template. I have created a new test page for Arizona at [[Arizona/Test2]] if you would like to play with it and tell me how it goes. Remember everything on the page is controlled by the Talk/Discussion page.

If you like to the current To Do pages or Construction pages, remember to link to them where they are now under the regular Arizona page. With the exception of the [[Arizona/To Do/Construction]] page should be moved to [[Arizona/Construction]]. Once you do link to those pages, the breadcrumb links at the top of the page will be going back to the wrong Arizona page, so during the test phase you have to use the back button.
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Re: [Page Review] Arizona

Postby Fredo-p » Thu Jul 10, 2014 2:41 am

kentsmith9 wrote:I proposed we use the Test subpage since there is still content that is not ready for normal review. I also propose you temporarily restore the original Arizona page since currently it is somewhat of a dead link and most people would end up on the test page before the talk page.


Done. Removed the redirect and restored the original page. [[Arizona/Test]] will not have a redirect anymore and is free to test till it's dead. :twisted:
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