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I was going to start copying over ゆきの物語, but can't figure out how to link the chapters together. Also, the image link points to a non-existing file.
It will be shown on places like this: http://www.thejapanesepage.com/pre-intermediates
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Looking good Rich. I just went through and cleaned up a few things in the Yuki section. It is shaping up!
Do you think that the kanji and vocabulary lists should be moved to sub-pages under their respective chapters?
That's probably not a bad idea. I have a head cold and can't think clearly now. If you want to create a sub-book page under the respective chapter, feel free. I think the vocabulary is in the PDF if people want it all together anyway.
I split the kanji and vocabulary lists out of Chapter 1, what do you think?
Beautiful. Yes, I like that better. At the bottom of page one, there is a link for people have a pop up window of the information too, so I think splitting is best. (sorry, I have a cold and slept a bit)
Oh that would be great! I'll move over all the MP3s and pictures so all you will have to do is paste the information.
Please start with a new content: (I would do it, but this way it will say 'Rich' as the author)
1) Choose 'Book Page'
2) Select Intermediate and Upper Intermediate like you did; I also added Audio under 'lessons' -- please select that
3) Paste code as is from the other site
4) Input Format should be 'Full HTML'
Then save it.
The next page can easily be created by clicking on the 'Add Child Page' at the bottom of the page you created.
Basically the Book Pages work on multiple levels:
- Chapter One
- Chapter Two
But if you can't figure that out, I'll clean it up later.
Looks like there aren't enough weighting levels to do the whole book in the current scheme. I figure we'll run out about chapter 60.
Yes, but we could do 'Books' of chapters. For example Chapters 1-20 make up Book One. What do you think?
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