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User talk:Nayyirah1

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I wish to point out that on October 15, when you redirected about 30 images, the redirects pointed in many cases to yet another redirect, causeing a "double redirect" since you chose the informal name of the legislator in question. It is a problem, because it causes the user to have to needlessly click again, to actually continue to the article in question.


Example:
After your edit of October 15, 207, Image:Tedkennedy.jpg was pointing to the redirect, Ted Kennedy ,
instead of the location of his actual article at Edward M. Kennedy.
I went and fixed all of the double redirects that you created.

In general, when there is a double redirect, it can be found at: Special:DoubleRedirects.
At this moment there are none, since I have extinguished the fifty-odd redirects that previously existed.

A useful check to do is to examine the page you're actually redirecting something to,
or after your edits, check, the Special:DoubleRedirects.

Best regards,
Redtexture 19:07, 20 October 2007 (EDT)