MediaWiki talk:Common.js

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Umm. Is it possible to install Collapsiblity. It will allow mature pages to be made collapsible rather than having to make warning pages separately. Also will become insertable in full text pages. Example:



Note the above table should automatically become collapsible once collapsiblity is installed. Background colors can be changed. Basically a hide/show link/button/thingy will appear on the right side of the grey bar. Zero2001 - Talk - 14:00, 10 June 2011 (UCT)

Come on guys. It's not like the current web settings will get messed up if you do append the collapsiblity functions. Plus in website cases the lesser the page loading need to get to the goal the better (famous websites use this, it's even part of website designing in Computer Sciences). Collapsible tables can help hide mature content thus changing the normal path from: "Light Novel Main Page" → "Warning Page" → "Mature Content Page" to: "Light Novel Main Page" → "Mature Content Page (with content hidden)". See... 3 page loads > 2 page loads therefore 2 page loads one is better, no? Zero2001 - Talk - 15:51, 13 June 2011 (UCT)

Another advantage would be the creation of collapsible navigation templates for the series that will allow people to jump between chapters much more smoothly, especially when the chapters in question are non-successive. (It might seem stupid but there are many people who jump between non-successive chapters to confirm a previous event/fact) Zero2001 - Talk - 15:16, 28 June 2011 (UCT)

Huuum...Zero, do you know in which specific case should we use it? I've not seen anywhere that you could use that... Kira 17:35, 28 June 2011 (UCT)

Chapter 16.5 of Sword Art Online and other H-scenes in the Visual Novels. Also some prototype nav templates I am making. Wanna see?. But it's still in the building phase. I intend to make the same for many series. Zero2001 - Talk - 19:48, 28 June 2011 (UCT)

Just passed through quickly chapter 16.5. I understand a bit now. Well, I think it's OK in my opinion. Kira 20:55, 28 June 2011 (UCT)

Forum thread. Zero2001 - Talk - 16:32, 2 July 2011 (UCT)

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