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Article that relies on WikiDot coding and will definitely need to be re-written if there is no comparable mechanism.

  • SCP-1231 - the constantly elevating number of thumbnails (currently done as the number of SCPs rated above +0)

Sorry.

EDIT: Articles that look problematic but probably are not an issue:

  • SCP-1D6-J - Probably won't be an issue - images point to onsite randomized links that can easily be moved offsite.
Re: Problematic Articles by RejekyllRejekyll, 07 May 2012 20:23

Articles that rely on WikiDot coding will definitely need to re-written if there is no comparable mechanism. Examples include:

  • SCP-902 - the insertion of the readers name.
  • SCP-1893 - random page viewing, the insertion of the readers name.

Articles that include embed HTML:

  • SCP-895 - The video feed

Articles that look problematic but probably are not an issue:

  • SCP-087 - Probably won't be an issue - images point to offsite randomized links.
  • SCP-228 - Probably won't be an issue - images point to offsite randomized links.
Problematic Articles by BlandBland, 01 Apr 2012 04:29

Yes, the whole point of this post is to populate the forum with something. But welcome, too.

Welcome. by QuikngruvnQuikngruvn, 28 Mar 2012 02:58
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