Template talk:Quote-source

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I'm not SURE yet if this is a good way to do it or not.  The problem with putting the source in italics is that you can't differentiate the title from the description, so for instance you would get a source that looks like
 
I'm not SURE yet if this is a good way to do it or not.  The problem with putting the source in italics is that you can't differentiate the title from the description, so for instance you would get a source that looks like
''Unweaving the Rainbow, Richard Dawkins, pg 100''
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:''Unweaving the Rainbow, Richard Dawkins, pg 100''
  
 
Is this a good way to do it or not?  If not, we should revert both templates and the Einstein page.
 
Is this a good way to do it or not?  If not, we should revert both templates and the Einstein page.
  
 
[[User:Kazim|Kazim]] 04:58, 28 August 2006 (MST)
 
[[User:Kazim|Kazim]] 04:58, 28 August 2006 (MST)

Revision as of 07:53, 28 August 2006

I changed this template, and also Template:quote-desc, after seeing how dcljr edited the quotes for Hitler. Take a look at the Einstein page for an example of usage.

I'm not SURE yet if this is a good way to do it or not. The problem with putting the source in italics is that you can't differentiate the title from the description, so for instance you would get a source that looks like

Unweaving the Rainbow, Richard Dawkins, pg 100

Is this a good way to do it or not? If not, we should revert both templates and the Einstein page.

Kazim 04:58, 28 August 2006 (MST)

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