The show/hide feature they use does not work in Safari and with
On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 7:02 PM, Aude <audevivere(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have made some edits on the Arabic language
Wikipedia, and have been
looking at various articles and topics through the interlanguage links. As
mentioned on the list before, the article about Muhammad on the Arabic
Wikipedia is illustrated only with calligraphy images. On other topics (e.g.
human anatomy), I have found some examples of how they "censor" images
One way is with a "viewing warning" image, which essentially says "Some
people may consider this picture to be disturbing. Don't click here unless
you are certain you wish to see it." If you click on it, you see the image.
Another way I have seen is use of the show/hide feature, with the image by
I have tried these out over in my sandbox space on English Wikipedia:
Maybe an approach like one of these would serve as a compromise on the issue
of images on the [[Muhammad]] article. I don't have lots of time to involve
myself in the issue on-wiki, but want to put these ideas out there and help
inform about how the Arabic Wikipedia does things in some situations.
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