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==Purpose==
 
==Purpose==
The purpose of these projects is to add new online collections to the FamilySearch Wiki.
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The purpose of this project is to update FamilySearch Historical Records articles by removing outdated text.
==Wales Infobox==
 
===Task List===
 
[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1lIsuG765CMSQKaw4S2mji8VBJRu6mjZaBIbrqILgIss/edit?usp=sharing Wales Info Box Task List]
 
  
===Instructions===
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==FamilySearch Historical Records Known Issues==
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<li>Open the task list.</li><br><br>
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===Instructions for Tracking Spreadsheet===
<li>Place your name by the parish that you want to edit.</li><br><br>
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<ol><li>Open the spreadsheet '''placeholder'''</li><br><br>
<li>Click on the link in the "Parish" column to take you to the page.</li><br><br>
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<li>Click on the first link in column "A" with the header "Article."</li><br><br>
[[File:Wales task list.png|400px]]<br><br>
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<li>Click on the link [https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Category:FamilySearch_Historical_Records_Known_Issues FamilySearch Historical Records Known Issues]</li><br><br>
<li>Once on the parish pages, look for "Parish History" in the table of contents (sometimes this might simply be "History"). Click on that link.</li><br><br>
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<li>Click on the first link in column "A" with the header "Article." It title will link to the article page.</li><br><br>
[[File:Wales history toc.png|250px]]<br><br>
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[[File:]]<br><br> *image placeholder
<li>This will take you to the "Parish History" section of the page. Click on the edit source button next to the heading.</li><br><br>
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[[File:Wales history edit source.png|500px]]<br><br>
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<li>Copy the following code:<br>
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===Instructions for Text Editing===
<pre>{{Infobox Wales Parishes
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<li>Once you are on the article page, look at the line above the article title, and click on "edit source" link.</li><br><br> image placeholder
| title = PARISH NAME Parish
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<li>Scroll down the page until you see four dashes (----).</li><br><br>
| County bef 1974 = add here
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[[File:]]<br><br> image placeholder
| County 1 Apr 1974-31 Mar 1996 = add here
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<li> Highlight the text below the four dashes (----) and stop before the sentence "Return to the [https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Alabama,_County_Marriages_%28FamilySearch_Historical_Records%29/Known_Issues Alabama County Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records]."</li><br><br> image placeholder.
| County 1 Apr 1996 - = add here
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<li> (----).</li><br><br>
| District = add here
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| Sub-district = add here
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===Instructions for Finishing the Edit===
| Probate Court = add here
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<li>Click "Show preview" to make sure that the correct text was deleted. Compare it to the sample article . It should look like the following:</li><br>
| Diocese = add here
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[[File:]]<br><br> image placeholder
| Rural Deanery = add here
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<li>If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the error and then save the page.</li><br><br>
| Chapelry = add here
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<li>Go back to the spreadsheet, mark the column header "Done" next to the article name with an "x", and move on to the next article.</li><br><br>
| Poor Law Union = add here
 
| Hundred = add here
 
| Province = add here
 
}}</pre>
 
</li><br><br>
 
<li>Paste the code under any written history that is already there. This means that it should always be pasted at the bottom of the section. It will look like the following:</li><br><br>
 
[[File:Wales code pasted.png|500px]]<br><br>
 
<li>Replace "PARISH NAME" with the name of the parish that you are working on, so in my example I would replace "PARISH NAME" with Aberffraw.</li><br><br>
 
<li>Click "Show preview" to make sure that the collection was copied correctly. It should look like the following:</li><br>
 
[[File:Wales code finished.png|250px]]<br><br>
 
<li>If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the code and then save the page.</li><br><br>
 
<li>Go back to the task list, mark the date you completed it in the "Date" column, and move on to the next county.</li><br><br>
 
 
</ol>
 
</ol>
  
  
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[[Category:FamilySearch Historical Records Known Issues]]

Latest revision as of 15:31, 15 July 2020

Purpose[edit | edit source]

The purpose of this project is to update FamilySearch Historical Records articles by removing outdated text.

FamilySearch Historical Records Known Issues[edit | edit source]

Instructions for Tracking Spreadsheet[edit | edit source]

  1. Open the spreadsheet placeholder


  2. Click on the first link in column "A" with the header "Article."


  3. Click on the link FamilySearch Historical Records Known Issues


  4. Click on the first link in column "A" with the header "Article." It title will link to the article page.


  5. [[File:]]

    *image placeholder

    Instructions for Text Editing[edit | edit source]

  6. Once you are on the article page, look at the line above the article title, and click on "edit source" link.


  7. image placeholder
  8. Scroll down the page until you see four dashes (----).


  9. [[File:]]

    image placeholder
  10. Highlight the text below the four dashes (----) and stop before the sentence "Return to the Alabama County Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records."


  11. image placeholder.
  12. (----).


  13. Instructions for Finishing the Edit[edit | edit source]

  14. Click "Show preview" to make sure that the correct text was deleted. Compare it to the sample article . It should look like the following:

  15. [[File:]]

    image placeholder
  16. If everything looks good, save the page. If something is off, correct the error and then save the page.


  17. Go back to the spreadsheet, mark the column header "Done" next to the article name with an "x", and move on to the next article.