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Coding issues[editar | editar código]

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  • The coding of FamilySearch Wiki is Wikitext. It is the coding of the various "wiki type" sites on the internet. In order to fix problems with the coding in the Wiki, you need to have some familiarity with Wikitext.

  • Wikitext lessons are available on the tutorial tool bar labeled: WIKITEXT. All missionaries are strongly encouraged to take advantage of these lessons. You will be a more effective missionary if you learn this fun and easy computer language. Otherwise you will probably be at a loss as to how to fix coding problems and will have to call on others to help you.

  • There are many ways the Wikitext coding can get messed up. It is not possible to cover them all. Some of the ones seen most often are covered in this lesson.


Missing container tags[editar | editar código]

  • In Wikitext, as in other computer languages, information is often placed inside "containers." Wikitext coding is applied to these containers to affect the look and format of the information.


Div tags[editar | editar código]

  • Div tags are probably the most often used containers, but there are other kinds with special uses. This is the opening tag: <div> and this is the closing tag: </div>. It is between these tags that text, images, etc are placed.
<div>This is text placed between opening and closing div tags.</div>

  • Frequently the closing div tag </div> is left out or mis-typed. All kinds of crazy things can happen; but the one problem you often see is the sidebars on the right disappear. You will find them at the very bottom of the page. Obviously you need to find where this missing div tag needs to go.


Table tags[editar | editar código]

  • Table tags are used to create tables. To see the complete coding for tables click here.
  • All sorts of problems happen with missing elements.


Images[editar | editar código]

  • Sometime images are very large and take up a lot of space on a page. Click here to learn how to limit the size.


Bold and italic tags[editar | editar código]

  • Occasionally you will see large sections of text in bold or italicized print. Again the ending tags have been left out or mis-typed.
  • To make text bold you flank the text with three apostrophes. Look for the missing ending three apostrophes.
'''This is bold text placed between opening and closing '''

  • To make text italic you flank the text with two apostrophes (not quote marks). Look for the missing ending two apostrophes.
''This is italicized bold text placed between opening and closing ''


Text in dashed boxes[editar | editar código]

  • Problem: Text inside a box of dashes like this:
A space has been placed between the first word of a text and the left side of the page.  


  • Cause: A space has been placed between the first word of a text and the left side of the page.
  • Fix: Remove the space, making sure the text is up against the left side of the page, and the dashed box should disappear.


Alignment[editar | editar código]

  • Missing tags can cause text or images not to be in the place where you think they should be. Click here to learn about how elements are aligned on a page.

Broken links[editar | editar código]

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  • Another major issue is links. They are sometimes "broken" in that, for example, they lead to sites that do not exist anymore or were entered wrong and do not function at all.

  • There is a page in the Wikitext lessons to cover this topic. Click here to see the different kinds of broken links and how to fix them.


Try these out[editar | editar código]

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Quick Quiz
  • You need to know Wikitext to be able to fix coding problems on a page.
True
False
  • Text and images are often between opening and closing div tags.
True
False
  • An occasional missing div tag is no big deal.
True
False
  • An occasional broken link is ok.
True
False
  • A page that is messed up may have a closing div tag missing.
True
False