The templates that regulate the references cited as ((work)), ((cite book)) and other ((cite harvard)), etc … not function well as comments on here , .
After John Butler (talk contr. bloq.) Given the general lines followed in I intend to do more or less as he says. But there are aspects that I will not decide alone the ire so by commenting here. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Andrew Cuomo. Of course, anyone is welcome to collaborate.
For now, I will state that the ((cit / core)) is perhaps a little dated. For the same price to fix what we have now, could be updated and take the ((Citation / core)) today and work from there. Chanchicto (Talk) 18:41 21 Oct 2009 (UTC)
And while the simplifying all using a meta-template. Crazy epraix Beastepraix 14:00 25 Oct 2009 (UTC)
Before going there to eliminate all uses of ((Work cited)) and ((Work cited / core)). We’d have to update the common.css class with a couple of appointments. After finishing to adapt these templates may switch to using ((Work cited / core meta-template)) and other citation templates (((tl web quote, ((cite book)), etc.). I think I can take care of this. Crazy epraix Beastepraix 17:55 25 Oct 2009 (UTC)
link does not work
I just upgraded Enkomi and does not appear the last photo, I caught the German version of the title of the link. I think the copy well, so I do not understand that does not appear.
That image is not in Commons, so you can not link to here. – Camima (Talk) 17:26 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
Incidentally, this gallery should not be there, but precisely in Commons (read here). – Camima (Talk) 17:34 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
I’m starting, I explain no much yet, what I did was take the gallery of the German page How is it possible that there if you can and not here ‘- Samuramat (Talk) 17:46 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
For certain issues, the Wikipedias have autonomy in making decisions. The case of the images is, in this sense, paradigmatic. In the German Wikipedia, apparently tolerated without any problem which has galleries of images within the articles. For the other, one should look for that image is not in Commons, but it seems clear that, unlike here, they, they do not allow fair use, if allowed to upload images to their Wikipedia that are not in Commons. – Camima (Talk) 17:58 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
Let’s see if I understand what I do, then that last picture (which seems to be the only gallery that has the license but not on Commons) I have to climb to the Commons, when he learns to do Is quito and meanwhile ‘And about the gallery, would have to put in something like this as this external link to Is not’ Thank you for your attention Grancias – Samuramat (Talk) 18:18 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
If everything (and stating that unless you hurry, you should wait a bit for someone to stop by here more knowledgeable than I in matters of pictures to corroborate what I said). – Camima (Talk) 18:50 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
I’m not clear who is the image with valid license you wish to upload to Commons. I raise it myself, explain the process and get the link. Greetings. Dorieo (Talk) 19:33 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
I’ve uploaded the picture ccmommons, not if I did well, thanks anyway dorieo. – Samuramat (Talk) 19:49 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
The galleries are not a priori prohibidasen commodities (even desirable), provided they are not excessive extension (remember that at one point was discussed on a gallery in one article museo.la ode which roamed the 50 images and It was decided that this was excessive, because the aim was to give a sample and do a catalog). – User: Drini 19:36 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
If desirable, there will have to change the point 4 here, is not it ‘- Camima (Talk) 19:43 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
If, to change. That wording is unnecessarily restrictive.
Well great, because in this type of story, the archaeological sites, the gallery is almost more important because the findings are what define them, is much, much better integrated and not redirect to another site, as well does the German page . This item in particular is a field whose importance derives precisely Cypriot findings were produced, and relevant are not many, if they were 50 because if I think I would need a separate gallery. Then I understand that I leave the gallery as this No ‘- Samuramat (Talk) 19:50 24 Oct 2009 (UTC)
I think that the content and the graphic must be balanced, and that even the most durable you can develop either from in: Enkomi or from From Enkomi and add ((references)).