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comment about wpd template and oclc template
:For maps of states shown with the US the assumed name is ''Map of USA ##.svg'' where ## is the [[Wikipedia:List_of_U.S._state_abbreviations|state abbreviation]]. --[[User:CottrellS|Steve]] 06:14, 10 August 2009 (UTC)
== CID tags ==Hello, Steve. I'm glad that you're willing to help with the wiki. Please don't add CID notes to the wiki however. We'll add them as each collection is ready. We do want wiki users to add contents to our pages, just not to that tag. We're still trying to get them to work.
Hello, Steve. I'm glad that you're willing to help with the wiki. Please don't add CID notes to the wiki however. We'll add them as each collection is ready. We do want wiki users to add contents to our pages, just not to that tag. We're still trying to get them to work.  :I am curious about the CID references. I found a reference by [[User:Topher|Topher]] (now removed) that they are used in connection with ''the alpha version of the New Family Search.org site''. <br>Must they be embedded in a level 6 header? As they are now these references are listed in the ''Table of contents'' for each page they are added to. Is it important that the CID number included in the ''TOC''? Is it important that the reference is displayed on the face of the page? If not could the CID number be included in comment tags for example <code><nowiki><!-- CID####### --></nowiki></code> &nbsp;? Must they be at the bottom of the article? Could a template be developed to include them in a way to suit both the technical needs and user experience of the wiki?
:I think it would be useful for someone to document the purpose of these references, so that all users of the site will understand why they are included and how they help other processes. --[[User:CottrellS|Steve]] 23:35, 12 August 2009 (UTC)
 
== If wpd|xxxx works, why not oclc|xxx? ==
 
Think the same concept be applied to oclc feature?
 
The OCLC has a specific reference ID to each registered book, film, ebook, etc. Even multiple editions. See [[Wallowa_County,_Oregon|Wallowa County, Oregon]] for the insane listing of the OCLC. There are two versions, one is USA's national and one is Pacific Northwest.&nbsp; [[User:Dsammy|dsammy]] 03:04, 13 August 2009 (UTC)
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