Talk:API for Server Data Queries
@Omei: what do you think if we organize this section with details of the queries as subpages, rather than separate ones. I know it doesn't make much of a difference on the surface, but if we need someday to move some of this stuff around in the wiki, having them grouped (a base page and subpages) will simplify greatly the task.
To tell the truth, I didn't know there was a cncept of subpages. Is that done with scopes? Anyway, I would be quite happy if you would reorganize the two pages I've done, and I'll follow your model for subsequent ones. I was actually holding off for awhile on adding much, because I felt you would have at least some suggestion on structuring.
Nando, there's a problem with the new versions of the pages; the TOC and heading macros aren't being interpreted.
Sorry, I forgot. The issue is about an obscure internal cache of MediaWiki. After a move, one needs to refresh that cache manually, if just waiting is not enough. The simplest way is to just edit and click save immediately. There's a less intrusive "trick", consisting in adding something to the page's URL, so as to force the cache refresh, but I never can remember it. In any case, done :)
Thanks. I don't think this is connected to the move, but do you have any idea why the Notes section (which is empty) has bogus subsections in the TOC at http://eternawiki.org/wiki/index.php5/API_for_Server_Data_Queries/Server_Queries:_type%3Dactive_projects?
When I disable the WYSIWYG editor, I can see a huge amount of HTML code in that Notes section. I don't think I want to bother finding out why none of it shows up, but I would bet that a few tags in that mountain of HTML gibberish, is causing the bogus list items. May I ask what is this supposed to be?
Thanks for identifying the problem. I should have thought of doing that. I really don't knwo shere it came from. Undoubtedly something to do with the way I got it formatted.