I noticed a lot of backslashes in page titles. Example:  Those are URL encoded as "%5C", ugly and nonstandard.
Forward slashes would be much preferable. URL encoded simply as "/".
Wikia supports subpages (but only with "/".), automatically generates navigating links to parent articles, and adoption of forward slash would enable better Prefix Search as well.
The Wiki does not recognize "\" as anything special. In fact it dislikes it, shoving it inside an escape sequence to avoid confusion.
Main culprit: Template:A8CarStatsHeader Generating links to pages such as "Camaro_Z/28%5CMiscellaneous"
Worst example; Ugly URL using both backward and forward slashes: Camaro Z/28\Miscellaneous Notice how there is no breadcumb bar on that page. Although the manually added navigation menu does work. But that's double trouble.
Here's a nice article using forward slashes: Research & Development/Peugeot RCZ R/Quotes. You can see the breadcumb bar under it:
< Research & Development | Peugeot RCZ R
Can we switch backslashes to forward slashes? Is there a technical reason why we aren't exclusively using forward slashes?
3ICE (talk) 19:23, July 17, 2019 (UTC)