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Style Guidelines[edit source]

Signature[edit source]

For us admins (or anybody in general) to see who posted what, it is recommended that you use the signature below.

Here is a signature template you can use when commenting on other peoples talk pages:

— [[User:USERNAMEHERE|USERNAMEHERE]] <sup><small>([[User_talk:USERNAMEHERE|talk]])</small></sup>

Simply copy the text above and paste it into the signature section of the Preference page. Just replace the "USERNAMEHERE" parts with your EXACT username. Be sure to tick the box that says "Treat signature as wikitext"

To use your new signuature, simply type the text as shown below at the end of your post.

~~~~ 


Do NOT use when editing articles


Indenting[edit source]

To make reading individual comments easier, it is recommended that you indent by using colon mark(s) when responding to other users comments. The more colons you add, the farther the sentence is indented.

Here is an example discussion, following the talk page conventions:

Wiki text Rendered talk page
== More spiders information needed ==
This page has a lot of detail about the web, but I really dont understand a single word of it, and it doesn't mention the spider once -- [[User:Example|Bob Smith]] 18:07, 26 August 1991 (UTC)
: No no. This page is talking about the "world wide web". I have added a clarification at the top - [[User:Example|Simon Brown]] 11:21, 28 August 1991(UTC)
:: Oh I see... So what's the big deal about hyperlinked documents? Seems like a stupid idea to me. -- [[User:Example|Bob Smith]] 14:11, 3 September 1991 (UTC)
::: Well I think we should have some information about it here on our wiki, but you're probably right. It'll never catch on. -- [[User:Example|Simon Brown]] 21:55, 3 September 1991 (UTC)
More spiders information needed

This page has a lot of detail about the web, but I really dont understand a single word of it, and it doesn't mention the spider once -- Bob Smith 18:07, 26 August 1991 (UTC)

No no. This page is talking about the "world wide web". I have added a clarification at the top - Simon Brown 11:21, 28 August 1991(UTC)
Oh I see... So what's the big deal about hyperlinked documents? Seems like a stupid idea to me. -- Bob Smith 14:11, 3 September 1991 (UTC)
Well I think we should have some information about it here on our wiki, but you're probably right. It'll never catch on. -- Simon Brown 21:55, 3 September 1991 (UTC)