You asked "Hi Dria. Is there a ready-made page template to allow me to add new pages to the DOM reference please, in place of those red colored dead-end links?"
- We don't have a template, no, but if you're going to document new things, just copy the general structure from another page in the reference. Thanks in advance for your help! -- dria 05:15, 7 July 2006 (PDT)
DOM Reference comments
Hi, thanks for your help with the DOM reference. Please use the talk pages for your comments instead of putting them (commented out) on the reference page itself. That way, people can see your comments without going into the edit mode.
And please feel free to go ahead and fix the problems you see, after some research. --Nickolay 04:10, 10 July 2006 (PDT)
Ok, thanks Nickolay. I find it helps me to learn the DOM, by trying out small code snippets, and then adding them to the reference. - Jabez.
We've been removing that section from the paging (merging it with the Syntax section). Please don't add it back. "Parameters" is not accurate, as it's actually "parameters and return values and maybe something more", and there's no reason for it to be in a separate section. --Nickolay 11:10, 14 July 2006 (PDT)
I did wonder about that. So when I come across a parameter or return values section, shall I just move it to the syntax section?
What about methods that have a long list of parameters, such as:
what shall I do with a long list of parameters like this?
I think it goes without saying that a return value is obviously not a parameter.
- I think we should keep/move the parameters/return values/whatever in/to the Syntax section in all cases.
- (By the way, on the reference pages I edited, the actual parameters were listed first, followed by the return value description. You moved the return value to be the first thing described. I'm fine with it, just FYI in case you wondered about that too.) --Nickolay 18:13, 15 July 2006 (PDT)