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Analysis icon show up even without anaylsis page:
Maybe it is just my browser, but all the trope pages are showing an analysis button whether or not the trope as an analysis page. I'm worried that this may end up discouraging people from clicking the button to see if anything is there, on the assumption that most of the time it will be blank. As a result, these pages may end up barely ever being read, which which defeat the purpose of working hard to put together such a page to begin with.
edited 15th Feb '12 7:23:18 AM by Catbert
A Wizard boyNo, it's coded in the system. I am not sure why, but I suppose that Analysis is so important that it shows up on any page.
I see the Awesomeness.It's there for the same reason that the YMMV icon is on all the works page. It's to try and draw off some of the Analysis from main pages by spreading awareness of the subpage.
Is there a way to make it change colors based on whether or not it has any actual content? Or does it do that already but I haven't noticed? Actually, now that I look at it closer, it appears that the border of the buttons that have content is somewhat darker and thicker than those that don't. Might it be possible to make the contrast stronger, like with how the Crowning Moment style buttons are grey when they have no content and colored when they have content?
edited 15th Feb '12 9:35:19 AM by Catbert
A Wizard boyYes, it's already visible if there is a page there. It becomes more prominent, like "lifted off" the background, when a page is created.
The system doesn't know you right now, so no post button for you.
You need to Get Known to get one of those.
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