PopKorn Kat
2017-07-26T00:29:59Z
I've seen several entries (mostly holdovers from the Disney Shorts website) that have comments that contain links to other entries on this database. How exactly is this done?
Toadette
2017-07-26T01:37:27Z
I realized a while ago that the database entries are encoded in HTML. I don't know how it was done on the Disney Shorts encyclopedia, but now you'll have to type the raw HTML in your comment if you want a link of any kind to show up. Take this example from my comment (really a nice mini-article from magnil) on the underrated Tales of a Street Corner :

"These "keys" are often comparatively cleaner than their US peers, more like a tie-down / 1st clean-up / semi clean-up drawing in US system (like the 2nd drawing in this <a href="https://johncelestri.blogspot.jp/2011/07/1st-pass-roughs-semi-roughs-clean-ups.html">post</a>, sometimes even close to the 3rd final clean-up drawing)."
eutychus
2017-08-10T17:55:54Z
Originally Posted by: Toadette 

I realized a while ago that the database entries are encoded in HTML. I don't know how it was done on the Disney Shorts encyclopedia, but now you'll have to type the raw HTML in your comment if you want a link of any kind to show up. Take this example from my comment (really a nice mini-article from magnil) on the underrated Tales of a Street Corner :

"These "keys" are often comparatively cleaner than their US peers, more like a tie-down / 1st clean-up / semi clean-up drawing in US system (like the 2nd drawing in this <a href="https://johncelestri.blogspot.jp/2011/07/1st-pass-roughs-semi-roughs-clean-ups.html">post</a>, sometimes even close to the 3rd final clean-up drawing)."



That's pretty much it. When I was doing Disney Shorts, I added the links in myself when I saw a title mentioned. You can either do that here or I can put them in if you don't feel comfortable with the coding.
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