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We hope 01:04, 28 Nov 2005 (UTC)

This is GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now I will get busy with the r-DNA/GE/GM definitions--Novo cultures theirs in wheat--Lilly and Aventis in e. Coli.

Kathy

Hope it's clear how to add this Edit

Glad you like it! I've cleaned up the use of it in this page so it should be obvious how to add the same thing to others.

Just note: The template part of the page is at the beginning. Copy it to any other insulin page and fill in the variables like a form. e.g.

{{Insulin|
bgcolor=#906|
fgcolor=#fd0|
name=Humulin N|
generic=[[NPH]]|
mfg=[[Eli Lilly]]|

Leave the Insulin, bgcolor and fgcolor alone. Change the stuff after the "=" signs on the others. Include brackets as usual for links. and put a pipe at the end of each line.

similar= 
*[[Novolin N]],
*[[Insulatard]],
*[[Insuman Basal]]|

For lists, start with that   thing, then make a little list as in the example, (commas optional) and end the last line with a pipe. The nbsp thing is to avoid the first "*" being read as a literal star, it just works.

--Steve and Jock 07:54, 28 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Re; Gray in Table/Hyperlink Font Color on Template Edit

We hope 21:07, 28 Nov 2005 (UTC)

The only thing I do see now that there are no "empty" links, is that the font color is not very legible against the shade of gray on the table cells. Could the gray shade be changed to a lighter one or a different font color chosen for the hyperlinks that would be easier to see/read against the gray?

Am glad I needn't do the hex colors--have been dealing with those on website and might just type them in here by mistake. I use   a LOT when the web editor and I can't seem to "agree" on the way to get things done!

Kathy


I've played with the template slightly (generic and mfg on same line looks a bit better, maybe should be bolder?) and lightened the grey from #999 to #CCC. Hope you like. Note that when you play with the template, ALL the pages are automatically updated, so we can always make this template look nicer later and everything will just fall into place... Steve and Jock 08:52, 29 Nov 2005 (UTC)

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