On Thu 15 Mar 2012, Kake L Pugh <kake(a)earth.li> wrote:
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.
Won't it be a bit misleading if I edit the page to show the new name
but it's still at the old URL? (Or am I misunderstanding you?)
We do in fact seem to already have a Baby Changing
Oh, duh. OK. Will try to rationalise this & let you know when I have
[No Card Payments]
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.
Hm, I was thinking less in terms of searching, more in terms of being able to
add a big clear icon warning people. I take your point though, but...
I would be more likely
to want to do the opposite, in which case "Card Payments Accepted" would
be a good category name.
... I think this is basically the default now, even most of the tiny newsagents
take cards, & it would be a real drag trying to add "Card Payments
category to everything for which it's applicable. I was starting to write a
blog post about places in Oxford which don't accept cards (because I have the
most exciting blog in the world, FACT) & can only come up with less than half
a dozen (& one of them I think now *does* take cards but need to go and check).
Ooh, and "Cashback" or "Cashback
or "Cashback Given" would be useful too.
Ooh, yes, that *would* be good. Let me know which wording you prefer & I can
start adding that for some of the places I know of.
would be ace if there was a way to pick from existing
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:
So in fact we could even add one of those JS start-typing-to-autocomplete
things (or would that be really irritating?) or script in a drop-down list?
A link to the list would be a very good start though!
Thank you, & sorry if I seem to be just creating more work for you & not
doing any of it myself... :-/