Most likely a retarded question but...
I made a page for a fanfiction entry, but now the title of the story has been changed. How do I change the page name to match it without accidentally making a brand new page? :S
You can use the custom title function on the left, but because it's a completely different name, you shouldn't use it, because it can be confusing to readers. Instead, make a new page with the correct title, transfer the page information over, and make the old page into a redirect.
edited 19th Nov '11 8:44:43 AM by KrisMahai
“Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?”
Okay, will do! :)
Eeeeeh... I have a new problem. I read the instructions for making a redirect, and it just isn't working.
The link is red and shows as being in "Main" instead of "Fanfic" :S I already made the page it's supposed to redirect to because the alternative instruction was to just type the name of the new page into the url.
A related question. I have made a Death Note Equestria work page. Someone has changed it to Deathnote Equestria. I don't want an editing war over how it is supposed to be spelled Instead I would like to make both versions work for links.
So, how do I add alternative title to a page?
Capitalisation like that isn't a whole separate page — Death Note Equestria and Deathnote Equestria both go to the same place, they just display differently. I've gone through the wicks to make sure they're done correctly so it won't be an issue in the future.
Aaand lu shows off her superawesomeninjamodskills again.