Hello! I think that utilization of the word "Request" every time for every new requested work is nuisance to read the ordered list of this category. It is enough to see this word at the start of this page on the title. Andris Solims
- Unfortunately the word "Request:" appears as part of the mechanism through which the works get listed on the Requested page and the naming convention for pages which represent a requested work. For example, the page requesting the work "Blessed are the pure in heart" by Walford Davies is titled Request:Blessed are the pure in heart (Walford Davies). The Template:Request automatically attaches the categories Category:Requests, Category:Requests_by_composer, and Category:Requested to such a page (and the reference is by the title of the page (including the undesirable "Request:" part of the title).
- ChuckGiffen 08:09, 1 December 2006 (PST)
Clicking the item in this category for this title takes you to a page that says it doesn't exist. Is that because of the weird line break? Something exists in order to be showing up in this Category index, but clicking doesn't take you there. Help?
- Hi Vaarky, I've recently moved this page to a new title, try to refresh your browser and it should solve the problem. —Carlos 18:31, 4 September 2008 (PDT)