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post #16 of 95
PS -- if anyone from whom I pasted content, especially AHarris, objects to it being posted on a wiki, feel free to remove it. If I weren't just posting content as an example, I'd make more of an effort to credit the original authors.

dan
post #17 of 95
Thanks for setting this up. Here's some stuff for it:

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=12416
post #18 of 95
where is meaculpa and his shoe thread when you need it?
post #19 of 95
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tck13
Yeah, that's how you do it Cozmo
You were right, kid, that's the way you do it
Yeah, like did you see when he went in the corner
And he started doin' this
Wikki-wikki-wikki-wikki
Wikki-wikki-wikki-wikki

ROFL.

I don't know where that's from, but it made me cackle.
post #20 of 95
Newcleus - Jam on it.
post #21 of 95
Thread Starter 
Let's sticky this. If it really takes off we can even add a button to the navigation menu.
post #22 of 95
Judging by the number of edits by people other than me (zero), the whole collaborative concept of wikis is not well understood here. I think it's best used as an extensive FAQ or reference, but it's only as people make it.
post #23 of 95
China thinks wikipedia is anti-communist and has blocked the page.
post #24 of 95
A Kabbaz' shirt making and care articles might be appropriate, but I don't know how much leeway he gives for re posting.
post #25 of 95
I've added section headings to the shoe page to make it easier to read.

Is it possible to create sub-pages, e.g. Shoes/Styles?
post #26 of 95
Please be sure to post credits to the author of any info you take from the forum (very important) and preferably a link to any forum discussion on the subject (would be nice).
post #27 of 95
Quote:
Originally Posted by j
Please be sure to post credits to the author of any info you take from the forum (very important) and preferably a link to any forum discussion on the subject (would be nice).
Also, text shouldn't be copied from the forum without explicit permission from the original author.
post #28 of 95
Quote:
Originally Posted by darck
I've added section headings to the shoe page to make it easier to read.
Thanks. The stuff I pasted over there needs to be cleaned up.

Quote:
Is it possible to create sub-pages, e.g. Shoes/Styles?
Yes, the "New Page" button will allow you to create a new page. Check out the following page for some tips on editing wikis:

http://yummy.pbwiki.com/WikiStyle
post #29 of 95
Kent, could you edit your OP to include the URL and current edit password?
post #30 of 95
Quote:
Originally Posted by dah328
Yes, the "New Page" button will allow you to create a new page. Check out the following page for some tips on editing wikis:

http://yummy.pbwiki.com/WikiStyle

I'm pretty familiar with editing wikis, but I haven't used this particular software before. I tried to create a sub page with a / character but didn't really seem to succeed

Anyway, I copied and wiki-reformatted von Rothbart's list of shoe makers and put it on a temporary page here: http://styleforum.pbwiki.com/ShoeMakers I've also sent a PM to von Rothbart asking for permission to put it there.
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