User talk:Hendricks266

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Administrative Requests

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=== Request: ... ===

Request: Locked/Keycard Doors and Doors/Switch Categories

How about one more 'blank' sub header under Doors, Category:Editing Doors ?

I want to change the title from Locked Doors to Keycard Doors, and make one named Locked Doors to describe various locked/unlock door set ups. Then I think all of Category:Editing Switch Effects should be integrated to the door section.

Hopefully I posted this right.

Cheers - Hank

I moved Locked Doors to Keycard Doors for you... everything else you should be able to take care of yourself. I see no protections on any of these pages. -Hendricks266 (talk) 16:49, 10 April 2012 (PDT)
Thanks - Yet I can not add another chapter under doors; in this case a bold L and a title Locked Doors, and describe all normal and trick type arrangements for doors. Or we simply provide a link at the bottom of the door section (Pages in category "Editing Doors") to Editing Switch Effects page and I edit that. {that too I can not do}
Cheers Hank (talk) 19:28, 12 April 2012 (PDT)
Categories are managed by the MediaWiki software. You put articles in categories by adding the syntax for it in their own pages. I created a new Locked Doors page for you to edit which now shows up in Category:Editing Doors because I specified it, which you can see when you edit the page. I added Category:Editing Switch Effects to Category:Editing Doors as well. Cheers! -Hendricks266 (talk) 01:20, 13 April 2012 (PDT)
BTW, watching pages simply makes them bold in Special:RecentChanges. -Hendricks266 (talk) 01:23, 13 April 2012 (PDT)
Many thanks. The info is now updated. I planed to place it into Locked Doors, but have second thoughts. Currently it is linked to Switch Effects on the front page. We can not have two titles for the same material. It's a decision you need to do. - Keep the status quo and link Locked Doors to Switch Effects, or deleting Switch Effects all together and place all the text into Locked Doors, or whatever else you think is appropiate. Either way, Doors are now up to date. Cheers Hank (talk) 23:42, 14 April 2012 (PDT)