Specifically, I would like to use the #if and #ifeq in the template that I will use for the alphabetic table of contents (TOC) that I will replace in the following pages:
- https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Browse_by_Country - I am currently not using the template and problems occur if you edit the main page.
- https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Traditional_Nicknames_in_Old_Documents_-_A_Wiki_List - This page does not have an alphabetic listing yet, but this it would be very helpful. Since this page already has a TOC, I feel like it would work best to have the actual nicknames on another page with the alpha TOC. Any comments on this?
- Anyone know of other pages that has a fairly long alphabetic listing? I personally do not feel like the States list in the USA portal is too long especially being in the table.
I do not know necessarily know where he is planning on using this, but I can see that it would be useful. I found the request on the Wiki at (and linked it to here):
Bruce Bolingbroke brought up the following that they may also check out:
I am also curious, for the future:
- What is the policy and proceedure may be for getting extensions installed?
- Does anyone know of an easier way to get templates brought over from MediaWiki, Wikipedia, or anywhere else? So far, I have only seen edit/view on another site, copy, and then paste onto our site. Next, fnd out what template(s) are referred to that we do not have and repeat the process all over again.