Fandom Bot Has Removed The Funkees pic from the front page of the Peel Fandom site for some unknown reason and said it is a violation. I have no idea why it is a violation, because there was nothing obscene or offensive? When I clicked on the link, this is what I got below:
Sorry to be pedantic, but the top 2nd row doesn't seem to align with the other rows on my laptop. I don't know whether it can be adjusted or not, but I thought I let you know. Here what it looks like on my laptop below
Hi, Steve, please be kind enough to let me know why you deleted the following entry:
Philipp And His Foetus Vibrations
− *17 January 1982 (BFBS): Tell Me, What Is The Bane Of Your Life (7") Self Immolation WOMB KX 07
Is it possibly a mistake to subsume this formation under Foetus?
When I typed Captain Sensible in the search section of the Peel Wikia site, it comes up with only one page with one date of his song Happy Talk being played. However, I like to know how were you able to find the other dates of shows that played Captain Sensible's songs. I'm struggling to work out how you do it. I had a similar problem with the Would Be's, where I could only find a small number of dates when their songs were played, until you were able to find extra dates. This problem never seemed to happen before, but I've now noticed it recently.
Many thanks for your message and all your work on the wiki.
To cpmpile lists of plays, I always use the What Links Here page, from the SuperSearch option in the top Help menu, which seems to work OK for a list of pages, then take it from there. You need to check all possible name and capitalizaton variatons, though.
That's very useful, I didn't know it worked with red links (before an artist page is created). I've always found an external Google search to be better than Wikia search for phrases of two words or more (Wikia defaults to either/or, while Google can be both) plus Wikia search annoyingly always looks for variations on verb endings when you want to be more specific. I suppose that will still be useful for non-linked phrases
Yeah, Google especially useful for non-artist searches (eg, label, album or song titles, or other things that tend not to have red links), especially those with phrases, which can be put inside quote marks to narrow the parameters. There's a Google site search link if you click on the SuperSearch page, linked from the top Help menu, as well as some other options.