On Tue 13 Mar 2012, Kake L Pugh <kake(a)earth.li> wrote:
> Could call it just "Baby Changing"?
On Thu 15 Mar 2012, Janet McKnight <janetmck(a)chiark.greenend.org.uk> wrote:
Oh yes, that would be more sensible, wouldn't it.
:) I assume I can't
change the name of a category myself...?
I still don't have access to the rename script (though I have asked
Dom for access and presumably it will reach the top of his to-do pile
at some point) so I can't rename the category page yet either - but we
would have to edit the individual pages to change the category name
anyway, so you can certainly do that.
We do in fact seem to already have a Baby Changing category!
so I think I would just move the stub blurb from Baby Changing
Facilities to there, edit all the pages to change the category name,
then delete Category Baby Changing Facilities.
Also, I have broken your system again, I realise :( by
adding 'No Card
Payments' as a category, ie for shops etc which don't allow payment by
card. Suggestions for a better name welcomed, but I wasn't happy with
'cash only' because some take cheque as well.
I saw this category appear, and was wondering about it... is it something
that's really useful to have as a category, rather than just mentioning
it in the page text? I'm not sure I would ever want to search specifically
for a business that doesn't take card payments. I would be more likely
to want to do the opposite, in which case "Card Payments Accepted" would
be a good category name. Ooh, and "Cashback" or "Cashback Available"
or "Cashback Given" would be useful too.
Relatedly, it would be ace if there was a way to pick
categories when creating/editing pages...
On RGL and the Cambridge Guide, we have links to the lists of all
categories and locales next to the relevant boxes on the edit form, e.g.
which can be done by editing the edit_form.tt template: