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Over Linking[edit]

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August 2013[edit]

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Edit summaries, multiple consecutive edits[edit]

Welcome to Wikipedia, Trixie. Here are a couple editing suggestions for you to consider:

  • Please make a habit of providing an edit summary when you make a change to an article. Doing so makes it easier for your colleagues here to understand the intention of your edit.
  • Plus, it will be easier for you and your co-editors to collaborate on articles if, instead of making multiple consecutive edits in rapid succession on an article, you use the "Show preview" button to view your changes incrementally before finally saving the page once you're satisfied with your edits. This keeps the page history of the article less cluttered.

Thanks in advance for considering these suggestions. Eric talk 18:52, 30 August 2013 (UTC)

Hi Eric,
Thank you for your suggestions. I will make sure to add summaries after every edit and i will also avoid multiple consecutive editing. Trixie05 (talk) 09:15, 31 August 2013 (UTC)
Thanks, Trixie. That will be a big help. Eric talk 12:41, 31 August 2013 (UTC)

Converting Notes to References section[edit]

Hi, Trixie05. I've noticed that you've been doing quite a bit of work on simply substituting the names of section headings in articles where footnotes are used so that the section where {{Reflist}} is used now bears the heading "References" instead of the more correct "Notes" and the list of references below it that had been under the heading "References" is now under a heading such as "Further reading". An example of your work that I'm describing is here: Abies amabilis diff. I reverted your changes to Abies amabilis as the headings no longer clearly reflected what they contained. The Notes, then References WP:LAYOUT is one acceptable format for Wikipedia citation, so I'm not sure why you appear to be changing headings when there's no need. If you could help me understand your objective, perhaps we can figure out a better way to get there or perhaps a better place to focus your effort.

As an aside, it appears that it frequently takes you many edits to achieve what you're trying to do; here it was eight edits. Try the "edit source" button at the top of the page and make all of your edits, then make sure to WP:PREVIEW your work before saving. And an edit summary would be useful in helping other understand what your objective was. Cheers, Rkitko (talk) 02:42, 31 August 2013 (UTC)

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Edit to Biology[edit]

Hello there, I'm not sure you meant to but this edit removed a lot of content from the page so I've reverted it. Did you perhaps just intend to remove "and eclectic'? benmoore 12:44, 24 January 2014 (UTC)

Ways to improve Semi-Conductor Society[edit]

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Ways to improve Spanish Society of Materials[edit]

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Ways to improve Society for Acupuncture Research[edit]

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Journal articles[edit]

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