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“Try it” facility suffers a double-encoding bug

As you can clearly see from the above, the ampersand in the site name in the "Try It" section of the API method documentation has been double-encoded. This affects any site with an ampersand in ...
3
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1answer
112 views

API documentation console unsuccessfully tries to load MiniProfiler results

All of the documentation pages (example) with the test console currently attempt to load MiniProfiler result data, which fails with a 404: POST ...
4
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1answer
33 views

Typo in the docs for /me

The doc says: Returns the user associated with the passed auth_token. This method returns a user. It should say "access_token" instead of "auth_token".
0
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1answer
61 views

API console always queries Stack Overflow

On any Stack Exchange site (well, I tried Super User (trilogy), Unix (SE-2.0 launched) and SFF (SE-2.0 beta)), the console (“Show Console” button) in the 1.1 API queries ...
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143 views

API Help's CSS is missing

The API Help page's CSS file, located at http://sstatic.net/so/all.css, is current returning 404 for me: <div id="header"><h1>Server Error</h1></div> <div id="content"> ...
2
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1answer
76 views

Include range [1, 100] on pagesize

I see that "range" is being used to indicate valid range on most numeric parameters, e.g. 32-bit integer, range [0, 2,147,483,647] 32-bit integer, range [1, 2,147,483,647] The smaller valid range ...
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Possible bug in the help page?

There are some weird dot things in this help page: api.stackoverflow.com/0.8/help/method?method=users/{id}/badges {Dead link to missing image: http://files.quickmediasolutions.com/stackbug.png} ...
2
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99 views

Indicate in documentation whether “numbers” can be non-integral

"number" is an very ambiguous term. Integral or non-integral? For developers in more dynamically-typed languages like JavaScript, this is not an issue; but when using more statically-typed languages ...
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71 views

Position required parameters at the top of help pages

The required id parameter for ...a lot of API routes... is now placed at the bottom of the page. It makes more sense to place required parameters at the top of the page with a slight separation, like ...
1
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1answer
67 views

Please supply working example URLs for each route

It would take a lot of the guess work out of understanding the API if each route's page provided a small handful of working URLs. This would also serve to provide authoritative examples of the ...
1
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1answer
34 views

help page format issue: missing parameter

/users/{id}/tags is missing id parameter fixing this will remove one more special case from my parser.
0
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1answer
34 views

help page format issue: revisionGuid

http://api.stackoverflow.com/0.8/help/method?method=revisions/{id}/{revisionguid} revisionGuid is inconsistent. revisionguid seems appropriate (and will remove one special case from my api parser).
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2answers
99 views

Can we have maximum length of string in API help pages?

For the type "string", I think there is some upper limit of character count. For example, post title : 200 characters post body : 30000 characters In the help page, currently like this "body": { ...
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1answer
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questions/{id} help page sort parameter description is inconsistence with others

The description of the Sort parameter in questions/{id} help page is inconsistent with those of other pages. On the questions/{id} help page: sort (optional): How a collection should ...