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post Oct 21 2012, 06:45 PM
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I've read the editing tutorial here, but I'm interested in creating a new page for my school. Could anyone help me get started?
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post Oct 21 2012, 08:06 PM
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You probably want to PM madcap, he seems to know things.
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post Oct 21 2012, 09:16 PM
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http://demidecscores.gilslotd.com/wiki/Ric...son_High_School

Happy writing!

The links to school names might be hard to understand at first. We set up a shorthand system so you only have to type the school name without "High School," "Charter," or the full name in it. It's really nifty when I can just type "{{Nimitz}}" to get "Chester W. Nimitz High School" and a link to their page.

So, for example, I just created the "Richardson" template that is a link to "[[Richardson High School]]". Now, whenever someone types "{{Richardson}}", the website displays "Richardson High School" with a link to the school page.

Of course, you could just type [[Richardson High School]] too, but I'm lazy. tongue.gif

[[x]] = link to another page.

{{x}} = template, and whatever you put on the template will replace "x."

Hope I explained that well.
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post Oct 21 2012, 09:20 PM
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QUOTE (madcap @ Oct 21 2012, 04:16 PM) *
http://demidecscores.gilslotd.com/wiki/Ric...son_High_School

Happy writing!

The links to school names might be hard to understand at first. We set up a shorthand system so you only have to type the school name without "High School," "Charter," or the full name in it. It's really nifty when I can just type "{{Nimitz}}" to get "Chester W. Nimitz High School" and a link to their page.

So, for example, I just created the "Richardson" template that is a link to "[[Richardson High School]]". Now, whenever someone types "{{Richardson}}", the website displays "Richardson High School" with a link to the school page.

Of course, you could just type [[Richardson High School]] too, but I'm lazy. tongue.gif

[[x]] = link to another page.

{{x}} = template, and whatever you put on the template will replace "x."

Hope I explained that well.

Beautiful. Thanks, Robb!
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