Difference between revisions of "Talk:Embedded and Automotive/Archived/PV Drivers/Roadmap"
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This article is in the "Category" category. I don't understand how that category applies to this article.
GarveyPatrickD 23:22, 28 October 2014 (UTC)
- Lars.kurth 11:51, 29 October 2014 (UTC): Hi, this is a CSS issue with MediaWiki:Common.css under /** 12. Category Links **/, which I fixed. See MediaWiki_talk:Common.css. You may have to clear the browser cache to see the effect.
- Holding shift while selecting the refresh icon or doing ctrl-shift-R regenerates the "Category" category link while redisplaying the page. It blanks the button, but retains it and refills it with the word "Category". I using Firefox 32.0.3 (in case that makes any difference). GarveyPatrickD 13:36, 29 October 2014 (UTC)
- Lars.kurth 11:49, 30 October 2014 (UTC): I just re-installed Firefox 33.0.2. I also tested with Safari and Explorer and all seems to work as expected. The Category button is rendered in Green, the others in blue. If you select the gradient changes. If it helps, I can make the links bold for example when selecting.
- Let us try this again; I think we're talking past each other. Why are there two categories displayed for this article? One of them, Embedded and Automotive PV Drivers, is there because it is specifically included in the article. I glean from what you are saying the other, Category, is generated by some CSS. The result, associating the category "Category", with this article makes no sense to me. Why should the CSS add it to this article? This article does not describe a category. GarveyPatrickD 13:35, 30 October 2014 (UTC)