Don't agree with the premise of this article
--[[User:Michael Bonanno|Michael Bonanno] 12:48, 15 August 2008 (CDT)
- There are also some issues with neutrality and citation in the article and I question getting into library specifics, they should instead be linked and discussed on their own page. Currently, this reads like a cross between a tutorial and marketing brochure. Lance Knifehand 06:07, 1 December 2009 (UTC)
- Basically, we need a good article about the cluster of things like jQuery, Prototype, Dojo, ExtJS, Moo Tools, Scriptaculous etc. and this article needs to basically be deleted and pointed there. I'd write it myself, but I find the topic quite dull, to be honest (I use jQuery and Rails and have no interest in them beyond the fact that they let me build websites). –Tom Morris 06:24, 1 December 2009 (UTC)
might as well list them ALL
DOM/CSS Manipulation Methods
I'm not sure who put these in, although I can see who removed them. Without knowing the specifics of these events, if they are not appropriate for the main article, would it be reasonable to put them in an article-specific subpage?
Howard C. Berkowitz 00:16, 17 August 2008 (CDT)
- These lists of objects, events, etc., impact the reading of the article; they are too long for the format of a main article. There are two ways to reduce their visual impact:
- Put them into multi-column list/table format
- Move them to article-specific subpages. Create these by going to the talk page, clicking on the circled M to get to the Metadata page, edit metadata, and put the subpage names in the designated article-specific subpage fields. Save the metadata. Go to the main article, cut the list, and save. Click on the subpage tab at the top and paste the list into the appropriate subpage, and save.
- I'm not sure how well they serve as an example without additional information, but I've never claimed to be an Ajax framework expert. On the other hand, the person who goes to look up the Ajax framework article is probably doing so because he or she is not an Ajax framework expert.
- Howard C. Berkowitz 14:17, 17 August 2008 (CDT)