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I'd suggest removing the red links. They're not supposed to be used in Nav boxes unless they point to a really key article which is likely to be created soon. Otherwise people are navigating to nowhere. The red links here are to subjects that don't even have articles in the Spanish Wikipedia, and some of them, especially the ones in media and awards are pretty non-notable. And an article called Samples of music from Spain is distinctly odd. Groups (and their members) can always be added to the Navbox when/if they are written. I'd also suggest some slightly different linking patterns and capitalization for the group titles. Here's a mock-up:
Looks good to me. I considered making those exact same changes when I created the new format but I decided to not change too much at once. I support your above suggestions.Nrswanson (talk) 14:37, 26 October 2008 (UTC)
I think you can safely edit the template to the above. Firstly, we're backed up by Wikipedia:Navigation_templates#Properties. Secondly, the previous vertical version hadn't been edited in almost three years. These changes won't stop people from adding to it once the articles are created (if ever). None of the red links we're removing are to key, notable subjects. Voceditenore (talk) 14:56, 26 October 2008 (UTC)