You should be able to if you have access to the forum!
Makes sense to me. I was kind of thinking the same thing, but you said it better.Guys...wondering what the point of view is on trying to do a full 718 FAQ - which we know will be essentially a 981 chassis, interior etc., with the engine being the primary difference (and a few cosmetic tweaks) , without having any 981.1 content. (Ken talked above about using content that's still current, such as on PDK.) There is a TON of info in the 987.1 and .2 FAQs, and it's a good framework...but wouldn't the best scenario be the 718 FAQ is extrapolated from a 981.1 FAQ? Yeah, I know...it never got done.
Should we be a least thinking about a 981.1 "lite" FAQ which covers the basics, then adding the 718/981.2 info that's different as it becomes available?
To begin, I would use the 987 FAQ as a skeleton. Divide up your assignment among yourself based upon that. Gcurnew is right, much of the stuff should be in a skeleton 981 FAQ you need to build out.I don't/didn't even know what HTML is, so obviously I am going to have to figure out how to do it.
Is there an online resource that I can study? I want to help out, but I'm a little lost at this point.
And yes, I like K-Man's idea of maintaining a list of assignments. I think we should choose our own assignments in the beginning, and then as needed, K-Man or Chows can assign the stuff that nobody has taken on.
It wont be easy. Go to a faq page, in your browser find the page source and cut and paste into the editor. I'm sure Ken won't mind but you got a ton of java stuff in there and ads that need to be deleted to get to the pure html. IMO, its better to start from scratch but you could try. it might be confusing.Is there a way to import an existing template into my HTML editor, so that all I have to do is change the text and photos for each page that I do?
Is there a way to import an existing template into my HTML editor, so that all I have to do is change the text and photos for each page that I do?