FamilySearch Wiki:Contributors Meeting 2 Oct 2014
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Welcome[edit | edit source]
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Business/Announcements[edit | edit source]
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Agenda items[edit | edit source]
Guest Speaker[edit | edit source]
Summary of Yammer[edit | edit source]
FS Wiki Contributors group.
- Tip: HOT Keys: Having a hard time placing your cursor in the exact spot to highlight something for copying and pasting? Try this.
- Put your cursor near to the material you want to copy and paste. Then use the right or left arrow keys to get to the place you want to start highlighting.
- When you arrive at that spot, PRESS the SHIFT KEY and then press the arrow key again. As you keep the SHIFT KEY depressed and hit the arrow keys, you will notice that it will be begin highlighting letters. Keep pressing the arrow key to highlight all you want.
- By using the Up and Down arrow keys, you highlight sentences.
- For a complete list of other hot keys see: autohotkey
- New HTML training started yesterday. Meeting # 994-799-300 for those who wish to join next week
- Tip: <div> and </div>: "Missing tags were the “bane of her existence.” She was referring to the difficulty of finding missingortags in articles that can really mess up page.
- You can use Ctr F to find all the div tags but it will not help you find matching pairs opening and closing tags.
- Here is a suggestion to try that might help you find them a little easier:
- 1) Download a free software program called Notepad++. I works just like Notepad which comes with your windows program. Put these four lines of code on a new page in Notepad++. Then save this page with a name you can remember with a “html” extension like so: “some name.html.” You will use it more than once.
- 2) Next, download the page in Wikitext code you are having problems with between the <body> tags . Then, highlight the <div> you think might have a missing </div> tag. If it’s counterpart exists, you will notice that the it will be highlighted at the same time. If it counterpart is way down the page you may have to scroll down the page to find it.
- If you don’t find one, that is the <div> tag that is missing its </div>. The same procedure can be used for all tags.
- You can use Ctr F to find all the div tags but it will not help you find matching pairs opening and closing
- Don't forget that you can bring a page that needs to be fixed to the Contributors meeting on this Thursday and the group will help you fix it!
- How did that meeting go???
Moderators and Adopters[edit | edit source]
- Please bring subjects you want discussed:
- Categories: moving forward with Sandra Pond. They will make a proposal after looking at different ways to do it, then will get our feedback.
Wiki Content[edit | edit source]
- New look on FamilySearch - increases prominence of Wiki
Next week: Caleb, Danielle, perhaps Jane will show documentation page for templates.
Wiki Support[edit | edit source]
Community Council Report[edit | edit source]
Items to pose to Community Council
Discussions and Proposals[edit | edit source]
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