Page all in Spanish: http://wiki.ncac.org/Siqueiros_-_Murals
I was having trouble editing this page Press Freedom and Individual Rights in the UK. Mostly because I can't find any existence of the letter mentioned elsewhere.
I also think it might be a good idea to have a category with all the books banned in the US (organized by year/author).
I attempted to add to a page here having included references but no separate section showing references. It did not seem to work. Mind you I am brand new here so I could be completely wrong. That said, the following may be relevant to enabling reference tags: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Cite/Cite.php
Thanks. --Dan Kleinman 23:35, 2 August 2012 (EDT)
The names of the authors in all pages here at Censoropedia. Why don't we link Wikipedia for them? I know our content is specialized, but not content about authors, so lets link Wikipedia. Good idea? --Dan Kleinman 01:02, 6 August 2012 (EDT)
.... Fixes made by JG/ NCACAdmin, 8/9/2017 .... Hi there!
Here's the second article I'd like to delete and combine with the first entry for it. http://wiki.ncac.org/Bharatmata_%28second_entry%29
--ElizabethCerta 11:42, 18 June 2012 (EDT)
Also, here's a link to the letter that we said should be turned into a pdf for the wiki. http://www.ncac.org/art/20071201~CO-Montrose~Montrose_High_School_Principal_Letter.cfm
--ElizabethCerta 16:10, 26 June 2012 (EDT)
I was updating this article when I noticed that while a search for the proper article title (Pussy Riot (band)) brings up the right result, on the page itself, the title is simply listed as TITLE. Not sure how to fix that - I think it's a glitch. Here's the link. Pussy Riot (band)
--ElizabethCerta 10:41, 2 July 2012 (EDT)
These two pages are talking about the same thing. The "Detroit Institute of the Arts" page is better written and has the most complete information, although the "Art Until Now (exhibition)" is properly titled. Is there any way to get rid of the "Art Until Now" page and then move the "Detroit Institute of the Arts" page to the title of "Art Until Now (exhibition)"? Here are the links to both pages: http://wiki.ncac.org/Art_Until_Now_%28exhibition%29 http://wiki.ncac.org/Detroit_Institute_of_Arts
--ElizabethCerta 11:56, 10 July 2012 (EDT)
Can we get a category the "Subject" area for profanity? Ever since I've been trying to fill in cases pertaining to the FCC, the absence of this subject category has been really noticeable. If you decide to add that box, if you could kindly tick it off on the Motley Crue page, I'd appreciate it.
--ElizabethCerta 10:57, 22 August 2012 (EDT)