Should add ` to the list of Naming Limitations.

   & (substitute "and") 
   / (substitute "and" or "or") 
   + (substitute "Plus") 
   % (substitute "Percent")
   ` (substitute " ' ")

--Charitwo 13:05, 27 April 2007 (EDT)

That version of the apostrophe doesn't present any problems that I am aware of. --Chrisjander 13:20, 27 April 2007 (EDT)

It doesn't, but in 99.9% of cases with articles that have ` in it, it's incorrect. ' is the apostrophe. ` is a grave accent with Greek decent only used in poetry and song lyrics. If not here, it should be placed elsewhere so other articles don't pop up with it. That and it is NOT search friendly. Searching for Vana`diel for example yields no results. --Charitwo 13:25, 27 April 2007 (EDT)
I agree this should be addressed. The two characters are considered different and therefore lead to duplicate pages. We perfer the "'" version. --Gahoo 13:25, 27 April 2007 (EDT)

Any follow up on the grave accent? We should address Monobooks too, another one popped up tonight. --CharitwoTalk 22:52, 27 June 2007 (CDT)

# and Wrongtitle template

Limitations/restrictions about using the # sign in a title needs to be noted. Some examples of titles that cannot use the # are Riverne - Site #A01, Riverne - Site #B01, and Mine Shaft #2716. It should also note that the # is used to go to a certain TOC area in a page, and give examples on how to use it. The {{Wrongtitle|Correct Name}} template tag should be placed on the top of the pages that have limitations such as it is on those listed above. --Wayka †Talk† 07:31, 7 June 2007 (CDT)


Discuss. --CharitwoTalk 20:05, 6 September 2007 (CDT)

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