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I've been asked to help out on the wiki for ''Clear Skies'', a Star Trek: Adventures RPG streaming show, and I've been trying to add some basic templates for citation and such. If you have a moment, could you please help me understand the syntax I need for something? I've researched and have found little relevant, and I've have asked on the Fandom Community help, and their responses haven't really been at all helpful.
 
I've been asked to help out on the wiki for ''Clear Skies'', a Star Trek: Adventures RPG streaming show, and I've been trying to add some basic templates for citation and such. If you have a moment, could you please help me understand the syntax I need for something? I've researched and have found little relevant, and I've have asked on the Fandom Community help, and their responses haven't really been at all helpful.
   
I have [https://clear-skies-rpg.fandom.com/wiki/Template:Ep this template] set up, but I want to get it to the point where we can have multiple parameters, and typing {ep|1.1|1.2|1.4} would give "Episode Name", "Episode Name", "Episode Name" for example. I know I probably need to move the #switch data to a subpage like Template:Ep/switch or something to that effect, and there's #if syntax involved. I'm just not sure exactly how it needs to be formatted. Basically, I just want it to be like the TNG or similar templates on MA, and have the episode titles properly listed with commas in-between.
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I have [https://clear-skies-rpg.fandom.com/wiki/Template:Ep this template] set up, but I want to get it to the point where we can have multiple parameters, and typing {ep|1.1|1.2|1.4} would give "Episode Name", "Episode Name", "Episode Name" for example. I know I probably need to move the #switch data to a subpage like Template:Ep/switch or something to that effect, and there's #if syntax involved. I'm just not sure exactly how it needs to be formatted. Basically, I just want it to appear as it does when we use the TNG or similar templates here, and have the episode titles properly listed with commas in-between.
   
 
As I said, I'm sorry to bother you with this, but I figure you might know, and these days, I don't know who else to ask that's still active.<ac_metadata title="Help with template syntax?"> </ac_metadata>
 
As I said, I'm sorry to bother you with this, but I figure you might know, and these days, I don't know who else to ask that's still active.<ac_metadata title="Help with template syntax?"> </ac_metadata>

Latest revision as of 18:16, February 27, 2020

Hi, Jay. I hate to bother you with this, but I'm nearing my wit's end, and seeing your post on the talk page for Template:Realworld (when I was about to leave one myself over the same concern) got me to thinking you might be one of the few people still around who could help me figure something out.

I've been asked to help out on the wiki for Clear Skies, a Star Trek: Adventures RPG streaming show, and I've been trying to add some basic templates for citation and such. If you have a moment, could you please help me understand the syntax I need for something? I've researched and have found little relevant, and I've have asked on the Fandom Community help, and their responses haven't really been at all helpful.

I have this template set up, but I want to get it to the point where we can have multiple parameters, and typing {ep|1.1|1.2|1.4} would give "Episode Name", "Episode Name", "Episode Name" for example. I know I probably need to move the #switch data to a subpage like Template:Ep/switch or something to that effect, and there's #if syntax involved. I'm just not sure exactly how it needs to be formatted. Basically, I just want it to appear as it does when we use the TNG or similar templates here, and have the episode titles properly listed with commas in-between.

As I said, I'm sorry to bother you with this, but I figure you might know, and these days, I don't know who else to ask that's still active.

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