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Marilynbgardner49 (talk) 18:16, 24 November 2017 (UTC)

Can't approve your changes for Apr 4th[edit source]

The link you added, May 2018 Class Schedule doesn't work. I get errors. The link to the April syllabus does work, however. O'Golly, Wiki Spt (talk) 17:58, 5 April 2018 (UTC)

Hi Gary, Again I apologize for clobbering your pages with edits. I created a new category: "Lehi Utah FamilySearch Center" that contains all the pages related to the Center (by editing the Template:Lehi_Menu using 'includeonly'). This way I can avoid making changes to these pages in the future.

Still, I want to alert you that the 'click' template is deprecated because you can get the exact same features by using regular wiki syntax for images like [[file:abc.jpg|link=SomePageOrUrl]]. For example, the wiki markup [[File:Augusta County Boundary Map.JPG|link=Augusta County, Virginia Genealogy|200px|right]] links to the Augusta County, Virginia Genealogy page, with a 200px width and floated to the right:

Augusta County Boundary Map.JPG

See Help:Images for more about the syntax.

--Freephile (talk) 07:14, 11 March 2020 (MDT)

Example conversion of the click template[edit source]

Here's an example of converting from the click template to the HTML id and class markup to enable CSS buttons.

Eliminating Click template[edit source]

Hi Gary,

If you look at this edit I made, it shows how to convert a click template to regular wiki markup. The link attribute can be a local, or external URL.

I hope that explains it clearly. Let me know if you have questions.

Testing User Talk page[edit source]

I need to get my signature
Mrob84084 (talk) 16:55, 31 May 2020 (MDT)