Talk:New York, NY: 2008-09-15
Changed "guests" to "others performing", as this seems like a co-bill situation, not one where JoCo is the headliner.
OK admittedly not entirely the right place to ask but, why is there a colon after the "Notes" title? I checked the template and it isn't there so I think it has been added manually and looking at history it was added when the page was created by MitchO. Now don't get me wrong I don't mind it being there I am happy to have the look whatever anyone wants it to be I just want to ensure all the show pages have exactly the same look to them. I removed one from the PAX show's page and Mitch didn't make that (well an IP made it so he might have done). If we want it I will put it on all the show pages but I do want to keep all the show pages consistent. --BenS 13:31, 3 September 2008 (EDT)
- Yeah, it is a bit of a mess out there; with "Setlist" and "Notes" variously having H2 and H3 markup, and colons or not. I think H3 with no colon is the right way to go. Colons are in this case redundant with the fact that these are headers. --Thomast 13:42, 3 September 2008 (EDT)
- I didn't do the PAX one, but I was copying exact text from earlier shows to mimic what I thought you needed, Ben. I may have copied PAX tho. You're the format boss --MitchO 14:01, 3 September 2008 (EDT)
- Hey, you just got me paranoid that I had missed pages. I have been through and edited every last show page so all set list titles are "Setlist:" in H3 and all notes titles are "Notes" in H3. Should I get rid of the colon on the Setlist title? It will literally take 3 mins to do the lot. Also thanks Mitch but it isn't too crucial and I am always lurking around to correct any mistakes I spot anyway.--BenS 15:39, 3 September 2008 (EDT)