Wikipedia:Tip of the day/October 30, 2008
The most important non-talk namespaces have one or more centralized pages (or entry points) from which a user can more easily find his way around. These pages link to the most important pages, which in turn eventually lead in an evolving organized way to the rest of the pages in the namespace. Here are the entry points for the namespaces which have them (note that a namespace's entry points can reside on other namespaces):
- Main namespace: Main Page, List of basic topics, List of topic lists, all Portals (see Portal:Browse), the entire category system (see Category:Contents and Wikipedia:Browse), Wikipedia:Browse by overview, and Wikipedia:Quick index.
- Wikipedia namespace: Wikipedia:Community Portal, Help:Contents, Wikipedia:Department directory, Wikipedia:Shortcuts.
- Help namespace: Help:Contents
Read more: Wikipedia:Namespaces