Hey, you'll see I moved the contents of this page to your user page for the reasons I mentioned. Just a quick note on the links you added to the Hijab article, the wiki uses these templates (https://wikiislam.net/wiki/Category:Islamic_text_templates) to link to hadith references directly on Quranx.com which, unlike other hadith sites, is strict about preserving the text of the source (the actual published translation itself, I mean, without adding in parenthetical commentary). If you look at how the other templates already being used on the page are formatted I think you'll be able to figure out how to format the ones you added. If you cannot, then look at the template page (e.g. https://wikiislam.net/wiki/Template:Bukhari), that might help. Otherwise just ask for help. Thanks for your work. IbnPinker (talk) 14:25, 5 June 2021 (UTC)
- FYI, because it may not be clear, the only two quran templates used are "Quran" and "Quran-range". The others are probably not helpful. Also don't confuse the non-english templates (e.g. "Buhari" for Bukhari in Turkish) with the english ones. IbnPinker (talk) 14:28, 5 June 2021 (UTC)
- Hey IbnPinker. First off, thank you guys for allowing me to contribute. About imam Bukhari - no problem. I know from experience sunnah.com isn't too honest about the translation. I plan on compiling cases for sunnah.com intentionally deceiving in their English translation. I'm happy to use the template. However, sunnah.com seems to be the main hadith source nowadays, and it seems Muslims deprecate "USC-MSA web (English) reference". Whichever Bukhari hadith you go to on sunnah.com, it'd show at the bottom of the page, that the reference is deprecated. To be honest, I would not trust any online Muslim translation (including quranx), because unlike the books (after printing), they can 'correct' their hadiths after the fact.
- I'm also writing this article, User:Graves/Sandbox_1 , let me know what you think. It's still work in progress, but still, what do you think