Hi Animus, let me know here if you have any problems or need any help. This is for your convenience so you wont have to go to a new window and open your email. --Axius (talk) 09:29, 29 June 2013 (PDT)
tha czech name is: 72 pannen
- hi Animus great work. Sahabah (talk | contribs) has linked 72 Pannen and Korán on the Main Page. They are also linked from the english version and Google will pick up these pages soon (or may have already) and they will start coming up in search engine results.
- If you feel like doing more stuff but dont have any favorite articles/topics that you want to translate next, I think this would be a great choice: Qur'an, Hadith and Scholars:Women (link for cz article). This article collects some of the most important Islamic teachings relating to women (as seen from the menu on the right of that page, some topics have their own pages like Rape). The article is roughly twice as large as compared to the 72 virgins. One choice is to translate first only a portion of it (pick whatever sections you think are the best) and then expand them later. But this page when done completely will be very powerful and will be linked on CZ websites and forums as its a developed country where women's rights are fully recognized and there's no/little discrimination, such a page will be important.
- Another good option is translating Template:Random_quran_quotes, where the 'read more' link can go to a page called "Sampling of Quranic verses". This page is much smaller than the QHS for Women page. Let me know and I can start a sandbox page for that article or you can do it yourself by typing this and clicking on the red link: [[Name of page]], produces: Name of page
- Another thing: Pages can be renamed through: Drop down at top right and choose "Move". --Axius (talk) 20:25, 2 July 2013 (PDT)
Translation template help
Hi Animus! Could you please translate the following things for me? It is for use in our Czech templates and hub-type pages:
Verze této stránky je také dostupná v těchto jazycích: anglicky a turecky. Další jazyky si můžete zvolit na liště vlevo.
Quran and category
Hi Animus. I've fixed the link now so the template is working:
Could you please translate "Random Quotes from the Qur'an" and "read more", so it can be added to the Czech quote template?
I was also wondering why you removed the Czech category from the Czech template category?  I was thinking this would make it easier in the future for you and other Czech editors to find them. --Sahabah (talk) 10:54, 5 July 2013 (PDT)
Pes a islám (Korán, Prorok Mohamed a islámští učenci o psech)
Hi Animus! In reply to you're message on my talk page: Sure, no problem. That's a great idea. But I noticed there are a few empty sections at the bottom:  You may have missed them by accident. Could you finish them first?--Sahabah (talk) 10:11, 6 July 2013 (PDT)
- Hi, I have been continually still working on it. I restructure some text to get more clear structure in it and more standardised view.. So it is still getting better.
Bringing structure into "QHS: Women"
Hi Animus. I'm replying here as well, in case you miss it on my talk page. I had a quick look and it looks great. Yes, please do go ahead and restructure the English page. Thank you! Also, in the future, are you okay with me just replying on one talk page? This is normally how we do things here. We keep discussions on a single page (the talk page it was started on). --Sahabah (talk) 20:08, 8 July 2013 (PDT)
- Animus, nice work on this page, makes more sense for example "Menstruation" was a main heading before. Thanks for fixing it. --Axius (talk) 07:06, 14 July 2013 (PDT)
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