Note that since # tags on redirects do not seem to work at all, we don't need to update the redirect pages when the section organization changes. Aran, do you have any idea why those tags don't work? You tried fiddling around with it on GIFTS, didn't you? ---Slartucker 12:39, 25 January 2006 (CST)
re # redirect
Apparently, the wiki isn't built to handle it.
Note that # in links will cause the #section to be appended to the link url - which would cause the browser to scroll down to the section in question.
Redirects, however, do not affect the browser at all - the wiki just fetches the "destination" article from the database without redirecting the browser. When you go to Demon, you will see the URL in the address bar still displays "/Demon", not "/Demons", even though the entry is redirected there.
- It seems odd that the wiki isn't built to handle it -- but it is built to recognize that the # and what follows are not part of the page title... ---Slartucker 09:41, 27 January 2006 (CST)