Bold for taxon on its own page
Hi Rursus. Your new dendrogram (cladogram) templates look very neat! I especially like the little arrows which are red or blue depending if there isn't or is a page already there.
There is only one problem. I like to use the dendrogram in a template as a way of orientating where a particular taxon is relative to the overall phylogeny. This is because that taxon will appear in bold if a wikilink pointing to it is on its own page, e.g. Talk:Experimental templates. Consider for example (to just give some pages I edited the other day) Brontops or Megacerops which as you can see appear bold in the cladogram in the template at the top of the page in each case. Is there some way to do this with the templates you're making?
Altenatively (or if it's not possible or too difficult) we can use your templates as they are for the phylogeny pages for each taxon, since it doesn't matter there if the taxa or bold or not, but continue using the standard (old fashioned) current asci dendrograms for the taxon templates. M alan kazlev 02:31, 22 November 2006 (PST)