Followup, You did not change turn 23. it was the document which would have changed the course of the war. I would do it myself but I do not have the ability to do so. I also want to change 29 because of the cylinder cipher, but that is another day
The reason I came to you for your help was that since you are the founder of this site, you had no choice but put together everything byself. So, I thought you had first-hand experience with the template code. Anyway, I contacted wikia central for help & I will see what they say.
Also, I added two new photos on the season 3 page. I only have two concerns. 1) the photos are not necessarily first look, but I could not think of any other category for placement 2) The photos have the turn "watermark", I do not know if that is a big deal for you.
That being said, the scene where Arnold saluted tallmadge really stood out for me.
As for the quote. I had a few concerns, one that stood out was the simcoe quote w/ Akinbode in the scene. I don't think he was on in 3rd season, & Arnold is the latest two seasons
Your absolutely right about its attribution. I just remembered you had a social media section in another season, & I got the photo from th twitter feed. Another option create another photo section in the episode it self
Thank you very much, I might be showing my age but back in the dos days, you would be a little leary about such long file name especially without an underscore between words (i.e. _ in particular). There were concerns the OS would not know how to interpret the filename
Burn Notice show producers commissioned a few graphic novels based on the show, sort of like TURN. It is amazing, after the show ended, the link to the novels just disappear. It is up to you and me, to preserve some of shared cultural heritage, because others do not necessarily have an incentive to do so. I just jumped through a lot of hoops to find the three of them based on the series. I can show it to you if you like, I figured it may be up your alley, If you have a cloud account like google drive or dropbox, I can pass it along
By the way, have you discussed the significance of the the episode titles.
Some of the titles might be obvious to the American Public, such as "Valley Forge", "House Divided", "Trial and Execution", "False Flag" (spycraft term), and "Hearts and Minds" (Vietnam War era).
The other may not be as obvious such as "Of Cabbages and Kings", "Eternity How Long" , "Mercy Moment, Murder, Measure" (alliteration, just realized that), "Thoughts of a Free Man","Hard Boiled", "Men of Blood", "Sealed Fate","The Prodigal", "Gunpowder, Treason , Plot", "Cold Murdering Bastards", "Hypocrisy Fraud, and Tyranny", "Blades on the Feather",
Orphan Black for example, every season was organzied around a theme, an episode title was derived from text of a book like Charles Darwin "Evolution of Species"
PS: I listed all the titles more for my benefit than yours, so that it is in one location, as oppose to drilling down through sub-menus
I don't know if you watch the amc limited-series the American West. At the end of the series, it was said that Wyatt Earp became a technical consultant to the Motion Picture Industry. He apparently crossed paths with a production assistant named Marion Morrison (John Wayne). Mr. Wayne modeled his roles thereafter on Earp's life experience.
PS : I miss "Hell on Wheels" as well, the back-room sweet heart deals and reachery carried out by Union Pacific VP Thomas Durant, & Central Pacific's Collis Huntington.