User talk:Thetechgirl

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Wiki tables and colors[edit]

Hello —

Last week your user page name popped up on an automated list, and when I peeked at its history, it seemed that you were trying to add some color to your text without much success. If I may be so BOLD, may I suggest something like this?

Thetechgirl = I like technology and I am a girl.

or this?

Thetechgirl = I like technology and I am a girl.

Feel free to copy-and-paste either of these to your user page. I'm hardly an expert, but if you have any questions, I might be able to help.

 Unician   00:21, 13 August 2014 (UTC)

August 2014[edit]

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Wikipedia style[edit]

Thank you for creating the articles Shon Harris and Joseph Steinberg. For future articles please note that in Wikipedia the standard is: "After the initial mention of any name, the person should generally be referred to by surname only, without an honorific prefix such as "Mr", "Mrs", "Miss", or "Ms", or by a pronoun." So: Harris, not Ms. Harris. Steinberg, not Mr. Steinberg. Please see WP:SURANME for more details. --Jersey92 (talk) 04:47, 27 October 2014 (UTC)