Template talk:Conservapedia

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Bug report[edit]

The template is not correctly handling articles whose titles contain spaces. The symptom is that if an article's title has several words A B C (pretend the letters represent words), then the template will display B C A B C (i.e., the title repeated twice omitting the first word from the first repeat) but create a link target for just A (i.e., the first word of the title). See United Kingdom of Britannia (and Northern Pangaea) and Mozilla Firefox. The edit history shows that prior attempts were made to deal with this problem, but they were apparently not successful (or they were destroyed by vandalism reversion). --Pentium5dot1 08:22, 21 January 2008 (UTC)

I am well aware if that problem - but have no idea how to solve it. To fix it for a specific article you can use

Conservapedia logo.png
The faux patriot snake handlers at Conservapedia have an even funnier article about Google_Images.

as if a first parameter is set - it will use that as the link url instead.~~sabrown100

I think this is fixed. The variable {{PAGENAMEE}} (note extra "E") is needed to convert spaces to underscores, and special characters to percent-encoding. / A hog staring at a wristwatch 12:37, 6 March 2008 (UTC)

May I suggest...[edit]

Using the conservapedia logo for the picture? it just makes the templates purpose clearer than the muslem tree gettinng fried and also has a clearer parralel with teh wikipedia template like this. i'm going to change this now anyway but if you have a problem please explain why. User:Orian57/sig 18:13, 6 May 2008 (UTC)