User talk:Darkfry

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I noticed you changed category: Hyde Road to category: Hyde Road| Hyde Road.

You do not need the | in there for this. This is used when you want it to show different in the category page, or when you have it as part of a / path. Like if you did Hyde Road/Option, it would put it as "Hyde Road", so in this case you use the |Option to get it to go to O instead of H. But, lets say you wanted your Hyde Road page to be under F for First Page or something, then you could use category:Hyde Road|First page, so it would put it under F for the First page. Understand? --Dirty Me 04:28, 30 May 2016 (UTC)

So, I guess you are over 18? Want to create an option for me for my story: The Exhibitionist? Basically, you create an option, and I will write what I do based on the option you created. You can look over some of the existing ones to see how it works. --Dirty Me 07:33, 2 June 2016 (UTC)

Funny. Your wife wears a green coat in Chinese means she has sex with other guys (cheating on you). Ironic that the girl is wearing a green coat. --Dirty Me 10:41, 3 June 2016 (UTC)

Yes, subcategories are fine as long as you still try to maintain a unique name. If you look at the category page for Dirty Me, you will see I have 13 subcategories, so readers can find specific types of story material. My story review thing, The Review, contains all the different ratings categories. Quizzes and Challenges, Family Friendly, PG-13, Mature, and Adult. One thing to note though, to put the subcategories in your main category, add your main category like you would on any normal page. It will then put it as a subcategory. To add two categories, just add your main, then your sub. Like: [[Category:The Review|Family-Friendly Stories]] [[Category:The Review - Family-Friendly Stories]] Then it will put them as both (In this case, in The Review and in The Review - Family Friendly Stories categories). I have thought about doing this on the Rampage story, but honestly, the story makes me feel nauseous at times, so I just avoid it and will let someone else if they wish.

For moving a page, you can do that. Just leave the summary blank, and it will show blanked in the recent changes. Platypus will delete it once he notices. However, if the page is unique, so no risk of it being used again, you can just "move". At the top of the page, you will see "article-discussion-edit-history-move-un/watch". Just click the "move" and put in the new location. Again, my view is, only if it is rather unique so there is little risk someone will need it in the future. One reason I normally try to subpage my stuff above the main page, like Dirty Me -> Dirty Me/Some page -> Dirty Me/Some other page. --Dirty Me 02:10, 21 June 2016 (UTC)

[[Category:Hyde road - Carla Yale|Carla Yale]] See how I created the "Carla Yale" after the |? That means in the category, it will show as C, rather than H. This is how you can categorize by name even when the first part is the same for every page. The main alphabetizing will always be what is after the |, so as you can see in my stories that are like "Dirty Me/More" then the category "Dirty Me|more", that is so it will be under M, not D. --Dirty Me 09:24, 27 June 2016 (UTC)

Check Blush shyly and return to you car. I just put it under C in the main category for Carla Yale. --Dirty Me 10:15, 27 June 2016 (UTC)

Also, you put what you want it under. So, if you want it under "Blush shyly and return to you car.", don't put [[Category:Hyde road - Carla Yale|Carla Yale]], put [[Category:Hyde road - Carla Yale|Blush shyly and return to you car.]] The stuff after the | shows the order. You could put it as [[Category:Hyde road - Carla Yale|1]], and you will have pages that start with 1 under your category page. Understand? --Dirty Me 10:18, 27 June 2016 (UTC)

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