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  # 104168 11-Jan-2008 10:41
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Yes - the code used to be there but it got removed after I found out it just doesn't like anything but text in them (not even quotation marks)




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  # 104174 11-Jan-2008 11:06
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It is kind of sad how links with a page, can not have alt title text. It's a WikiMedia php feature.

So I still debate for using new pages contain infomation about the key.
It provides atl text infomation on the key and expands further infomation if needed.


Sorted out how to do it by using span and editing the title class.

 
 
 
 




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I have been giving the key in the price comparison some thought, regarding format.

I would like to edit the keys, sorting the key into either positive and negative,
with numbers for  positive keys and letter keys for negative.

I'm new to wiki and worried about making such a change.

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  # 105014 15-Jan-2008 16:41
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I don't really understand - can you give us an example?




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  # 105017 15-Jan-2008 17:01
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Below are the yes used for the the ADSL http://www.nzconnection.net/Internet_Plans-Pricing_Comparisons


1 Static IP provided free of charge
2 Extra Data blocks can be brought
3 $5 capped weekend toll calling
4 Tolls and landline package required
5 No data minimum, pay for what you use only
6 Daily allowance quota
7 Fair Use policy, 'unlimited' but maximum 2GB per day, 20GB per month or throttled
8 Static IP is available for a charge of $10


Key'1' is positive, so I think it should be called key 'a'
Key'2' is negative, so it could be called key '1' (since key one is free)

This is only a simple idea and doen't cover things like extra's as they are not classed as positive or negative.

It's really just a thought at presenting the data in an easy to undetstand format.

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I don't really think that it's necessary right now.




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