Last modified: 2008-08-20 15:14:47 UTC
You should just use <nowiki> around these things.
code that looks like wikisyntax
Sorry, but this is a work a round and not a solution.
The next question is how to find such things and how to explain the spefic user or an admin how to fix it.
may work as well
btw: As an admin you are allowed to change stuff which causes issues, even on user's page or script/style subpage. That's actually why you are admin.
Closed as INVALID. This is a content/customisation issue, which is not convered by the goals of this bug tracker. See above advice for ways to fix.
Rather than being completely invalid, there is validity to one point in this bug.
We add categories to a JS/CSS page, however we do not display the list like we do. This itself is an inconsistent part of the UI that should be fixed. If a page is included in a category that is not a hidden category, then that category should show up in a category box, even if it's a JS/CSS page.