I have addressed the comments in the previous FLC and I think the article is now ready for FL status. KingdomHearts25 (talk) 21:17, 1 July 2012 (UTC)
Comment I am confused that you abbreviate "Billboard 200" to "BB", while the singles chart to "US". I think this should be changed. Otherwise an excellent list. Regards.--GoPTCN 09:28, 5 July 2012 (UTC)
I can't find "Billboard 200" abbreviated to "BB" anywhere. Can you please tell me where it is? KingdomHearts25 (talk) 16:55, 5 July 2012 (UTC)
My mistake. The US looked like "BB" on my screen. I am now supporting. Regards.--GoPTCN 12:11, 7 July 2012 (UTC)
Their official name is "Backstreet Boys" but since they're 'boys', a 'the' should come before. eg. If you're talking about a particular group of boys who have died, you don't say, "Boys are dead". You say, "the boys are dead". KingdomHearts25 (talk) 18:07, 10 July 2012 (UTC)
"entered the top-ten " don't think that needs to be hyphenated.
This hasn't been done, I see no col or row scopes in either table. I've asked of every discography I've reviewed recently, so just because two lists don't adhere to this doesn't mean it shouldn't be done. Maybe you misinterpreted what i meant, but the table should match the format of the ones before, currently they don't. Have a look at Kelly Rowland discography to see the way it should be formatted. NapHit (talk) 13:28, 20 July 2012 (UTC)
Refs 7 and 9 are supposedly to Nielsen Soundscan, but neither goes to a Nielsen website page. Instead, ref 7 is to a personal website (not reliable) and ref 9 is to backstreet.net (unreliable if it isn't the group's official site, which I don't think it is).
✓Done Changed the information a bit, and replaced the source. KingdomHearts25 (talk) 17:24, 22 July 2012 (UTC)
Refs 26, 43, 49, and 52 have hyphens in their titles that should be dashes instead.
There are already certifications for seven different countries and I don't see the need to add three more, especially given that the aforementioned countries are not major markets, unless there is a rule that says that there have to be certifications for ten different countries, in which case I'll add them. KingdomHearts25 (talk) 17:23, 27 July 2012 (UTC)
Although nothing says you have to list these certifications, it is generally common practice that you list all of the certifications available for the countries you use in the discography. Also, what do you mean by "major market"? Surely they all are. I Am Rufus • Conversation is a beautiful thing. 17:55, 27 July 2012 (UTC)
The Swedish certifications are a bit confusing, do you mind if I put Finnish or Dutch certs? (there are already three IFPIs) KingdomHearts25 (talk) 19:25, 27 July 2012 (UTC)
I agree that it is difficult to search certifications on those pages, as they're very lengthy. However, as long as you use the correct distinguishing letters for each IFPI cert (IFPI SWI for Switzerland, etc.) then there is no limit on the number of IFPIs that can appear in one table – like I said, all the certs possible for the countries in the table should be used. If you like, I can add the Swedish certs in myself. Also:
The link to the Dutch certification database gives no certifications for the Backstreet Boys (their proper database has been down for ages). If you cannot find a replacement link, you should remove these certifications as they are thus unverifiable.
To avoid confusion, European certifications should be listed as "IFPI EUR" instead of just "IFPI", otherwise it is unclear where the certification is for.
For some of these albums and songs, New Zealand certifications can be found at rianz.org.nz/rianz/oldchart.asp?chartNum=xxxx&chartKind=x (replace x's where appropriate). However, as these are quite complicated to search for, I can put these in too if you want.I Am Rufus • Conversation is a beautiful thing. 08:00, 28 July 2012 (UTC)
I would appreciate it if you can put the Swedish and the NZ certifications KingdomHearts25 (talk) 10:17, 28 July 2012 (UTC)
Per WP:DISCOGSTYLE, the certification providers should be listed in the certification columns, not the countries (for example, "US" becomes RIAA). See WP:DISCOGSTYLE#Listing certifications for a list of certification providers and further information on making changes.