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Your recent contributions show that you've been added some new champion's ability's template pages such as [[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach R]]. The problem with this is that you're copying the original page ([[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach]]) into the new one. This is going to be problematic whenever the ability is going to be updated. One change on the original would mean 2 additional changes on the other two that you created.
 
Your recent contributions show that you've been added some new champion's ability's template pages such as [[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach R]]. The problem with this is that you're copying the original page ([[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach]]) into the new one. This is going to be problematic whenever the ability is going to be updated. One change on the original would mean 2 additional changes on the other two that you created.
   
I know that you're probably doing this for the tooltip, but there's a simplier way to do what you're doing. Instead of copying the original ability, you can just leave a <nowiki>#REDIRECT</nowiki> on it, it's going to redirect the tooltip to the original one.
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I know that you're probably doing this for the tooltip, but there's a simplier way to do what you're doing. Instead of copying the original ability, you can just leave a <code><nowiki>#REDIRECT</nowiki></code> on it, it's going to redirect the tooltip to the original one.
   
Example of use, for [[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach R]]'s content: <nowiki>#REDIRECT [[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach]]</nowiki>
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Example of use, for [[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach R]]'s content: <code><nowiki>#REDIRECT [[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach]]</nowiki></code>
   
 
If you have just this line as the content of the page, you won't have to updated the page if there's a change in the ability, you'll just have to change the original page.
 
If you have just this line as the content of the page, you won't have to updated the page if there's a change in the ability, you'll just have to change the original page.

Latest revision as of 14:18, September 24, 2017

Hey,

Your recent contributions show that you've been added some new champion's ability's template pages such as Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach R. The problem with this is that you're copying the original page (Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach) into the new one. This is going to be problematic whenever the ability is going to be updated. One change on the original would mean 2 additional changes on the other two that you created.

I know that you're probably doing this for the tooltip, but there's a simplier way to do what you're doing. Instead of copying the original ability, you can just leave a #REDIRECT on it, it's going to redirect the tooltip to the original one.

Example of use, for Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach R's content: #REDIRECT [[Template:Data Kayn/Blade's Reach]]

If you have just this line as the content of the page, you won't have to updated the page if there's a change in the ability, you'll just have to change the original page.

Best regards - Tylobic.

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