- Problems with spelling:
- Bladesworn Assassins [Secrets of the Artificers: House Cannith Manufactury] --> Bladesworn Assassin [Secrets of the Artificers: House Cannith Manufactury]
- Warfodged Death Pries [Ruins of Threnal: Escort the Expedition] --> Warfodged Death Priest [Ruins of Threnal: Escort the Expedition]
- Warforged Barbarian Shamans[The Bounty Hunter] --> Warforged Barbarian Shaman [The Bounty Hunter]
- Warforged Men-At-Arms [The Bounty Hunter, The Swiped Signet] --> Warforged Man-At-Arms [The Bounty Hunter]
- Remove this line as double:
- Warforged Hunter [The Swiped Signet, Prove Your Worth, The Bounty Hunter]
I'm currently noticing two things about your mm export project:
- Every place that there is a ' in the name of a quest, there is an escape character preceding it ( \' ).
- You don't need to escape a single quote, only double quotes or you could use ' OR '
- This table wound be a little more useful to me, if there was another column for quest level (base on normal).
- I can add that to the template if you wish, this would be useful to me as I level up a TR from level 1 to hit them in order as I level up for character rewards...
ShoeMaker (Contributions • Message) 12:54, November 9, 2012 (EST)
- Actually, that page isn't my project. I just saw that there were some broken links so I went in today and fixed them. I do agree that page needs some cleanup, the \' is an eyesore and breaks links. It is also missing a number of monsters. I do think that page serves a purpose, but I personally think that there should be a line added to the monster infobox template for the monster manual. Something like
|mmanual= Prologue, Volume 1 or Volume 2
That way categories could be automatically populated from the template.
Susalona (Contributions • Message) 16:32, November 9, 2012 (EST)
- Agreed, I know the escape characters are a pain, its to do with the PHP, not HTML, its the way the PHP data entry i'm using, coupled with jQuery escapes characters. I've always found problems with it, and I'll add a stripslashes to it now. Spirit (Contributions • Message) 20:20, November 9, 2012 (EST)
- Doing some research for a PHP class I am taking and came across something I thought might be relevant to this conversation.
http://php.net/manual/en/security.magicquotes.php I hope this is useful to you.
ShoeMaker (Contributions • Message) 07:54, December 19, 2012 (EST)