Help:Editing

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General

To edit a page, click on the "Edit" tab at the top of an article, and you will be brought to the edit screen where you can change what is on the article. After adding to or changing the wikitext it is useful to press "Show Preview", which produces a preview of your progress in the browser. Errors in formatting, links, tables, etc. are easier to discover from the rendered page than from the raw wikitext. Continue to make changes until you are satisfied, and when you are finished press "Save", making your edit publicly available. Depending on your system, pressing the "Enter" key while the edit box is not active (i.e., there is no typing cursor in it) may have the same effect as pressing "Save".

Edit summary

Before clicking "Save", it's always proper to write a short edit summary in the small text field below the edit box. This allows future editors to quickly know what you editted into or out of the article. It can also be used as a form or messaging, asking questions to future editors.

Minor and major edits

Whenever an editor saves an edit, it's viewed as a "major edit", which is an worthy overlooking by another editor, as a large change has occured in the article. A logged in editor has the option of flagging the edit as a "minor edit" when they don't want it to appear as a major edit. When to use this is a matter of personal preference, but it's a common rule to mark an edit as such when it's something small, such as spelling corrections, minimal formatting, and minor rearranging of text. This feature is important, because users can choose to hide minor edits from being seen on the recent changes page, reducing the volume of edits visable to a manageable level.

Each wiki-community has different ideas about when an edit is no longer minor, but it's a general rule that quick spelling/mark-up fixes do not effect the content of the article as a whole, and should be marked as minor. This could also be called Wikifying an article, or making it more encyclopaedic in voice and matching the style of the rest of the Neodex.

Editors who are not logged in to mark an edit as minor due to random IPs capable marking vandalism as minor, in which case it would stay unnoticed longer. This limitation is another reason to log in. Also, logged in users should never mark a major edit as minor, as it may confuse future editors.

Other edits

If the wikitext is not changed when an editor clicks "Save", a null edit occurs, which is useful for refreshing the cache. A null edit will not be recorded in the page history, recent changes, and the edit summary is discarded. A dummy edit is a change in wikitext that has little or no effect on the rendered page, but can save an edit summary. It is useful for correcting a previous edit summary such as accidentally marking a previous edit as "minor" (see below). The dummy edit summary can also be used for text messaging as a way of communicating with other editors. Text messages may be seen by IP number editors who don't have a user talk page, or editors who haven't read the subject's talk page (if it exists). Each edit summary can hold 200 text characters. A dummy edit should be checkboxed "minor" by logged-in editors.

Wiki formatting and markup

This section concerns itself with the use (and application) of formating techniques within the NeoDex.

Links and URLs

What it looks like What you type

The NeoDex has a Moehog article.

  • A link to another Wiki article.
  • Internally, the first letter of the target page is automatically capitalized and spaces are represented as underscores (typing an underscore in the link has the same effect as typing a space, but is not recommended).
  • Thus the link above is to the URL http://www.pinkpt.com/neodex/index.php/Moehog, which is the NeoDex article with the name "Moehog".
The NeoDex has a [[Moehog]] 
article.

The NeoDex has many articles such as the one about Moehogs.

  • Same target, different name.
  • The "piped" text must be placed first, then the text which will be displayed second.
The NeoDex has many articles 
such as the one about 
[[Moehog|Moehogs]].

There are many Moehogs on Neopets.

  • Text at the end of a wiki link are blended into the link.
  • Preferred style is to use this instead of a piped link, if possible.
  • Blending can be suppressed by using <nowiki></nowiki> tags, which may be desirable in some instances. Example: The Kau is somewhat Moehogish.
There are many [[Moehog]]s on 
Neopets.

The [[Kau]] is somewhat 
[[Moehog]]<nowiki>ish.
</nowiki>

See the NeoDex:Community Portal.

  • A link to another namespace on the NeoDex.
See the [[NeoDex:Community 
Portal]].

Automatically hide text in parentheses: Neopets.

Automatically hide namespace: Community Portal.

  • The server fills in the part after the pipe character (|) when you save the page. The next time you open the edit box you will see the expanded piped link. When previewing your edits, you will not see the expanded form until you press Save and Edit again. The same applies to links to sections within the same page (see previous entry).
  • See Wikipedia:Pipe trick for details.
Automatically hide text in 
parentheses:
[[Neopets (website)|Neopets]].

Automatically hide namespace:
[[NeoDex:Community Portal|Community 
Portal]].

Jacob's secret Ninja Lair is a page that doesn't exist yet. (this is just an example. Do not create article)

  • You can create it by clicking on the link.
  • To create a new page:
    1. Create a link to it on some other (related) page.
    2. Save that page.
    3. Click on the link you just made. The new page will open for editing.
  • Please do not create a new article without linking to it from at least one other article.
[[Jacob's secret Ninja Lair]] is 
a page that doesn't exist yet.

Help:Editing is this page.

  • Self links appear as bold text when the article is viewed.
  • Do not use this technique to make the article name bold in the first paragraph.
[[Help:Editing]] is this page.

When adding a comment to a Talk page, you should "sign" it with a signature. Three tildes add your user name:

Jacob

Four tildes give your user name plus date/time:

Jacob 08:10, 19 December 2006 (UTC)

Five tildes give the date/time alone:

08:10, 19 December 2006 (UTC)
  • Using three or four tildes provide a link to your user page.
  • A button on the toolbar of the edit page automatically adds a four tildes signature in your edit.
When adding a comment to a Talk 
page, you should "sign" it with 
a signature. Three tildes add 
your user name:
:~~~
Four tildes give your user name 
plus date/time:
:~~~~
Five tildes give the date/time 
alone:
:~~~~~

Sometimes data in an article or the whole article itself needs to be redirected or moved to a page with a synonomous name (Faerie Quests redirects to Faerie Quest, Snow Faerie to Taelia).

  • Redirect one article title to another by placing a directive like the one shown to the right on the first line of the article.
  • It is possible to redirect to a section. For example, Redirect Sophie Trivia will redirect to the Sophie article's "Trivia" section if it exists.
  • Before making a redirect, besure the article you are redirecting to is accurate by either reasearching the NeoDex or asking an administrator.
#REDIRECT[[Cooties]]
Redirect[[Sophie #Trivia|Sophie 
Trivia]] 

What links here and Related changes pages can be linked as: Special:Whatlinkshere/Help:Editing and Special:Recentchangeslinked/Help:Editing

'''What links here''' and 
'''Related changes''' pages can 
be linked as: 
[[Special:Whatlinkshere/Help:Editing]] 
and [[Special:Recentchangeslinked/Help:Editing]]

A user's Contributions page can be linked as: Special:Contributions/Jacob or Special:Contributions/68.185.186.186

A user's '''Contributions''' page 
can be linked as: 
[[Special:Contributions/Jacob]] 
or [[Special:Contributions/68.185.186.186]]]
  • To put an article in a Category, place a link like the one to the right anywhere in the article. As with interlanguage links, it does not matter where you put these links while editing as they will always show up in the same place when you save the page, but placement at the end of the edit box is recommended.
  • To link to a Category page without putting the article into the category, use an initial colon (:) in the link.
  • For more information on this, see NeoDex:Categorization.
[[Category:Neopets]]

[[:Category:Neopets]]

Three ways to link to external (non-NeoDex) sources:

  1. Bare URL: http://www.pinkpt.com/neodex/index.php/Main_Page (bad style)
  2. Unnamed link: [1] (only used within article body for footnotes)
  3. Named link: NeoDex
  • Square brackets indicate an external link. Note the use of a space (not a pipe) to separate the URL from the link text in the "named" version.
  • In the URL, all symbols must be among:
    A-Z a-z 0-9 . _ \ / ~ % - + & # ? ! = ( ) @
  • If a URL contains a character not in this list, it should be encoded by using a percent sign (%) followed by the hex code of the character, which can be found in the table of ASCII printable characters. For example, the caret character (^) would be encoded in a URL as %5E.
  • If the "named" version contains a closing square bracket "]", then you must use the HTML special character syntax, i.e. &#93; otherwise the Wikipedia:MediaWiki software will prematurely interpret this as the end of the external link.
Three ways to link to external (non-NeoDex) 
sources:
#Bare URL: 
http://www.pinkpt.com/neodex/index.php/Main_Page 
(bad style)
#Unnamed link: 
[http://www.pinkpt.com/neodex/index.php/Main_Page] 
(only used within article body for footnotes)
#Named link: 
[http://www.pinkpt.com/neodex/index.php/Main_Page 
NeoDex]

Linking to other wikis:

  1. Interwiki link: Wiktionary:Hello
  2. Interwiki link without prefix: Hello
  3. Named interwiki link: Wiktionary definition of 'Hello'

Linking to another language's wiktionary:

  1. Wiktionary:fr:bonjour
  2. bonjour
  3. fr:bonjour
Linking to other wikis:
# Interwiki link:
[[Wiktionary:Hello]]
# Interwiki link without prefix:
[[Wiktionary:Hello|]]
# Named interwiki link:
[[Wiktionary:Hello|
Wiktionary definition 
of 'Hello']]

Linking to another
language's wiktionary:
# [[Wiktionary:fr:bonjour]]
# [[Wiktionary:fr:bonjour|bonjour]]
# [[Wiktionary:fr:bonjour|]]

Character formatting

What it looks like What you type

Use italics to Emphasize text.
Use bold to give Strong emphasis.
Use italics and bold for Even stronger emphasis.

  • Italics should be used sparingly. They can be used to indicate when a word or letter is serving as a word or letter, rather than its meaning, e.g. "NeoHome is an amalgamation of the words Neopets and home. If something would usually be put in inverted commas (NB: not quotation marks), italics should be used instead.
  • Bold type is primarily used for repeating the articles title at its start. One should not put bold tags in headings, as the font weight of a heading is increased already.
Use italics to ''Emphasize text''
Use bold to give '''Strong 
emphasis'''
Use italics and bold for '''''Even 
stronger emphasis'''''

You can use typewriter font by using monospace text or computer code

  • For semantic reasons, using <code> where applicable is preferable to using <tt>.
You can use typewriter font by using 
<tt>monospace text</tt> or <code>computer 
code</code>

You can use small text for captions.

Better stay away from big text, unless it's within small text.

You can use <small>small text</small> for captions.

Better stay away from <big>big text</big>, unless
<small> it's <big>within</big> small</small> text.

You can strike out deleted material and underline new material.

You can also mark deleted material and inserted material using logical markup. For backwards compatibility better combine this potentially ignored new logical with the old physical markup.

  • When editing regular Wikipedia articles, just make your changes and do not mark them up in any special way.
  • When editing your own previous remarks in talk pages, it is sometimes appropriate to mark up deleted or inserted material.
You can <s>strike out deleted material</s>
and <u>underline new material</u>.

You can also mark <del>deleted material</del> and
<ins>inserted material</ins> using logical markup.
For backwards compatibility better combine this
potentially ignored new <del>logical</del> with
the old <s><del>physical</del></s> markup.

Leaving comment on a page source will not appear when when viewing the page.

  • Used to leave comments in a page for future editors.
  • Note that most comments should go on the appropriate talk page.
<!-- comment here -->

Diacritical marks:

À Á Â Ã Ä Å
Æ Ç È É Ê Ë
Ì Í Î Ï Ñ Ò
Ó Ô Õ Ö Ø Ù
Ú Û Ü ß à á
â ã ä å æ ç
è é ê ë Ã¬ í
î ï ñ ò ó ô
œ õ ö ø ù ú
û ü ÿ

Punctuation:

¿ ¡ § ¶
† ‡ • – —
‹ › « Â»
‘ ’ “ ”

Commercial symbols:

™ © ® ¢ € Â¥
£ ¤

Greek characters:

α β γ δ ε ζ
η θ ι κ λ μ ν
ξ ο π ρ σ ς
τ υ φ χ ψ ω
Γ Δ Θ Λ Ξ Π
Σ Φ Ψ Ω

Mathematical characters:

∫ ∑ ∏ √ − ± ∞
≈ ∝ ≡ ≠ ≤ ≥
× · ÷ ∂ ′ ″
∇ ‰ ° ∴ ℵ ø
∈ ∉ ∩ ∪ ⊂ ⊃ ⊆ ⊇
¬ ∧ ∨ ∃ ∀
⇒ ⇐ ⇓ ⇑ ⇔
→ ↓ ↑ ← ↔

&Agrave; &Aacute; &Acirc; &Atilde; &Auml; &Aring; 
&AElig; &Ccedil; &Egrave; &Eacute; &Ecirc; &Euml; 
&Igrave; &Iacute; &Icirc; &Iuml; &Ntilde; &Ograve; 
&Oacute; &Ocirc; &Otilde; &Ouml; &Oslash; &Ugrave; 
&Uacute; &Ucirc; &Uuml; &szlig; &agrave; &aacute; 
&acirc; &atilde; &auml; &aring; &aelig; &ccedil; 
&egrave; &eacute; &ecirc; &euml; &igrave; &iacute;
&icirc; &iuml; &ntilde; &ograve; &oacute; &ocirc; 
&oelig; &otilde; &ouml; &oslash; &ugrave; &uacute; 
&ucirc; &uuml; &yuml;

&iquest; &iexcl; &sect; &para;
&dagger; &Dagger; &bull; &ndash; &mdash;
&lsaquo; &rsaquo; &laquo; &raquo;
&lsquo; &rsquo; &ldquo; &rdquo;

&trade; &copy; &reg; &cent; &euro; &yen; 
&pound; &curren;

&alpha; &beta; &gamma; &delta; &epsilon; &zeta; 
&eta; &theta; &iota; &kappa; &lambda; &mu; &nu; 
&xi; &omicron; &pi; &rho; &sigma; &sigmaf;
&tau; &upsilon; &phi; &chi; &psi; &omega;
&Gamma; &Delta; &Theta; &Lambda; &Xi; &Pi; 
&Sigma; &Phi; &Psi; &Omega;

&int; &sum; &prod; &radic; &minus; &plusmn; &infin;
&asymp; &prop; &equiv; &ne; &le; &ge;
&times; &middot; &divide; &part; &prime; &Prime;
&nabla; &permil; &deg; &there4; &alefsym; &oslash;
&isin; &notin; &cap; &cup; &sub; &sup; &sube; &supe;
&not; &and; &or; &exist; &forall;
&rArr; &lArr; &dArr; &uArr; &hArr;
&rarr; &darr; &uarr; &larr; &harr;

Subscripts:

x1 x2 x3 or

x₀ x₁ x₂ x₃ x₄

x₅ x₆ x₇ x₈ x₉

Superscripts:

x1 x2 x3 or

x⁰ x¹ x² x³ x⁴

x⁵ x⁶ x⁷ x⁸ x⁹

  • The latter methods of sub/superscripting cannot be used in the most general context, as they rely on Unicode support which may not be present on all users' machines. For the 1-2-3 superscripts, it is preferred when possible (as with units of measurement) because most browsers have an easier time formatting lines with it.

ε0 = 8.85 × 10−12 C² / J m.

1 hectare = 1 E4 m²

x<sub>1</sub> x<sub>2</sub> x<sub>3</sub> or

x&#8320; x&#8321; x&#8322; x&#8323; x&#8324;

x&#8325; x&#8326; x&#8327; x&#8328; x&#8329;
x<sup>1</sup> x<sup>2</sup> x<sup>3</sup> or

x&#8304; x&sup1; x&sup2; x&sup3; x&#8308;

x&#8309; x&#8310; x&#8311; x&#8312; x&#8313;

&epsilon;<sub>0</sub> =
8.85 &times; 10<sup>&minus;12</sup>
C&sup2; / J m.

1 [[hectare]] = [[1 E4 m&sup2;]]

Other wiki formating

What it looks like What you type
Section headings

Headings organize your writing into sections. The Wiki software can automatically generate a table of contents from them.

Subsection

Using more equals signs creates a subsection.

A smaller subsection

Don't skip levels, like from two to four equals signs.

Start with 2 equals signs not 1 because 1 creates H1 tags which should be reserved for page title.

==Section headings==
''Headings'' organize your writing into sections.
The Wiki software can automatically generate
a table of contents from them.

===Subsection===
Using more equals signs creates a subsection.

====A smaller subsection====
Don't skip levels, 
like from two to four equals signs.

Start with 2 equals signs not 1 
because 1 creates H1 tags
which should be reserved for page title.

To divide up sections, users can use a "dividing line"


to break up the the article. The coding will only be recognized when it's at the beginning of a line ----. This is good to use in large debates in talk pages in order to keep things organized.

To divide up sections, users can use a "dividing 
line"
----
to break up the the article. The coding will only 
be recognized when it's at the beginning line of 
text ----. This is good to use in large debates in 
talk pages in order to keep things organized.
  • Unordered lists are easy to do:
    • Start every line with a star.
      • More stars indicate a deeper level.
    Previous item continues.
    • A newline
  • in a list

marks the end of the list.

  • Of course you can start again.
* ''Unordered lists'' are easy to do:
** Start every line with a star.
*** More stars indicate a deeper level.
*: Previous item continues.
** A new line
* in a list  
marks the end of the list.
* Of course you can start again.
  1. Numbered lists are:
    1. Very organized
    2. Easy to follow

A new line marks the end of the list.

  1. New numbering starts with 1.
# ''Numbered lists'' are:
## Very organized
## Easy to follow
A new line marks the end of the list.
# New numbering starts with 1.

The nowiki tag ignores [[Wiki]] ''markup''. It reformats text by removing newlines and multiple spaces. It still interprets special characters: →

<nowiki>
The nowiki tag ignores [[Wiki]] ''markup''.
It reformats text by removing newlines 
and multiple spaces.
It still interprets special
characters: &rarr;
</nowiki>
The pre tag ignores [[Wiki]] ''markup''.
It also doesn't     reformat text.
It still interprets special characters: →
<pre>
The pre tag ignores [[Wiki]] ''markup''.
It also doesn't     reformat text.
It still interprets special characters:
 &rarr;
</pre>

Leading spaces are another way to preserve formatting.

Putting a space at the beginning of each line
stops the text   from being reformatted. 
It still interprets Wiki markup and
special characters: →
Leading spaces are another way 
to preserve formatting.

 Putting a space at the beginning of each line
 stops the text   from being reformatted. 
 It still interprets ''Wiki markup'' and
 special characters: &rarr;

Proper editing style

As a worldwide Neopets encyclopaedia, it is essential the NeoDex articles are easy to read, easy to edit and consistent in style to retain an encyclopaedic voice. Creating concise, unbiased writing is the most important part of the encyclopaedia, and while there are no rigid rules, there are some assumptions, conventions and considerations involved in writing NeoDex articles.

Headings and sections

Headings divide a topic up into different sections, allowing for presentation of a specific facet on the topic, rather than have all the data collected into bulk paragraphes. Sometimes there may be little to put under certain headings, but they should still be present to better present an article, and make it easy for future editors to return and expand each section.

A good article should begin with a brief introduction (or "lead")of the article that summarizes key points of the article (subject, dates of events, use of the articles subject if applicable), after which are followed by headings/sections which expand on those key points better. Common headings include:

  • "Plot summary" or "Plot summaries" (where applicable)
  • Trivia
  • External Links

For each page with more than three headings, a table of contents (a TOC for short) is automatically generated from the section headings, unless:

  • (for a user) preferences are set to turn it off
  • (for an article) in the edit box the code __NOTOC__ is added

With __FORCETOC__ or __TOC__ in the wikitext a TOC is added even if the page has less than four headings. The TOC is put before the first section header, right after the brief introduction. Although usually a header after the TOC is preferable, __TOC__ can be used to avoid being forced to insert a meaningless header just to position the TOC correctly, i.e., not too low. Preferences can be set to number the sections automatically.

If a page has a template with sections, the sections in the template are numbered according to their position in the rendered page, i.e. if the template tag is in the third section, then the first section of the template is numbered four. Any text in the template before its first section shows up as part of the section with the template tag, and any text after the tag before a new header shows up as part of the last section of the template. This may be done deliberately, but can be avoided.

Use of Capital Letters

Initial capital letters should be used for proper nouns and words at the beginning of sentences but not as a means of emphasis. This also includes heading titles, which should have the first letter of the first word and any proper nouns in the heading capitalized, while the rest remain lower case.

Due to technical constraints, all article titles on the NeoDex must begin with a capital letter. When using a wikilink in the middle of a sentence, it may not be appropriate to use a capital letter. This can be overcome in several ways, either by setting up a redirect on the page without an initial capital letter and wikilinking to that article, or by putting the proper name of the article in the wikilink, followed by a vertical bar, followed by the text to be displayed, i.e.

[[Proper article name|name without capitalisation]]

This technique can also be used to wikilink to a page without using its actual name.

Wikilinks

Wikilinks connect properly titled articles together, allowing for easy connections between certain subjects. Almost all proper nouns from Neopets have their own article, and should be wikilinked if they appear in an article. Even if that article is not created yet and is a dead link, it should be wikilinked, for another editor may create it in the future. If in the event the text being wikilinked exists under a different article name, the wikilink can be created as a redirect.

It is not recommended to link to a specific article more than once per article. Ideally, the first occurance of a word in the article should be the one wikilinked. A wikilink should not appear in a heading. If necessary, the first sentence under a heading should be written to contain the word or phrase in the heading that should be wikilinked, and this occurance of the word used as the link.

Varying forms of English

In the english-speaking world, there are several acceptable forms of English. Due to Neopets being founded by citizens of United Kingdom, spellings and writing traditions were kept British despite the fact the head office is based in the United States. To maintain consistency, articles written for the NeoDex should use the British-English forms of the words (where applicable). This rule is in place to avoid reversion warring. If, as is the case on occasion, a form of a word has been used on Neopets to describe something not the British form, then this form should be used instead. For a list of all collected proper spellings, see the misspellings list.

Dates

Neopets has their own calendar which follows the Gregorian calendar, although sometimes Neopets dates events from happening in "Year 5", which begun on November 15, 2003 and ended the following year. To avoid confusion and be more precise, exact dates from the Gregorian calendar should be used when speaking of a timed event. This also allows be for comparison of data when browsing the New Features page.When presenting the date on an article, it can be displayed in two fashions...

  • May 31, 2006 - Americian variation
  • 31 May 2006 - British variation

The year does not need to be included if it has already been mentioned shortly beforehand.

Use of pictures

Whenever possible, a picture which better describes the article's topic should be included at the top section of a page aligned to the right. With multiple pictures, they can either be staged across the page right and left, or kept all right aligned. For more information, see Help:Images.

Pace of writing

When writing a long sentence, it's important to make proper uses of commas (the "," symbol) and "full stops" (a moment while reading out loud in which you can take a breathe). If if sentence sounds too long to you while being read out load, it's best to arrange the pace of the writting with commas or make it a shorter sentence. This makes it read easier, and simplifies writing. As a rule, a full stop can in most cases be used where a comma would go. New subjects can also be noted with making a new paragraph, or a more signifigant full stop than a normal end of a sentence.

Spam and vandalism

Due to the nature of a Wiki and how easy it is for anyone to edit, spam (refered to a meaningless and hurtful material) and vandalism (destruction or deletion of data) will sometimes be placed by editors. Spam includes random comments and gibberish which aren't proper on the article, but can also include spammed links to outside websites, which could most likely be dangerous to view. Vandalism sometimes involves spam, in which case it replaces wiki text of the article.

If you should find either of these in any aritlce, revision of the wikitext is nessesary. As all revisions are recorded in the page history and on recent changes, a quick fix can be done by any editor. Administrators of the NeoDex patrol the NeoDex as well, removing spam and correcting vandalism on a daily basis. Any editor who takes part of spam or vandalism can and will be blocked at the discretion of an administrator.

Templates

Some parts of an article may correspond in the edit box to just a reference to another page, in the form {{name}}, referring to the page "Template:name" (or if the name starts with a namespace prefix, it refers to the page with that name; if it starts with a colon it refers to the page in the main namespace with that name without the colon). This is called a template. For changing that part of the page, edit that other page. Sometimes a separate edit link is provided for this purpose. Note that the change also affects other pages which use the same template. For all of the NeoDex's major templates, see NeoDex:Templates.

Variables

A variable is a predefined template, built into the coding of the NeoDex and brings up data which change by time, number of articles, etc.

  • {{CURRENTDAYNAME}} - Shows the current name day (Monday, Tuesday, etc.)
  • {{CURRENTDAY}} - Shows the current day of the month
  • {{CURRENTMONTHNAMEGEN}} - Shows the current month
  • {{CURRENTYEAR}} - Shows the current year
  • {{CURRENTTIME}} - Shows the current time
  • {{NUMBEROFARTICLES}} - Shows the current number of articles in the NeoDex
  • {{NAMESPACE}} - Shows the namespace the article is under
  • {{PAGENAME}} - Shows the name of the current article it's on
  • {{SERVER}} - Shows the server the wiki is on
  • {{SITENAME}} - Shows the name of the wiki

Page protection

In a few cases the tab labeled "Edit" is replaced by the text "View Source". This article is protected and can only be edited by means of an Administrator. Should you find something which is not on the article, bring it up on the articles discussion board, and an administrator may edit the artile accordingly.

See also

External links