User:Eddideigel/Sandbox

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Subpages[edit]

Excerpt from Special:Prefixindex/User:Eddideigel:

Signature[edit]

What does my new sig look like? --Eddi (Talk) 01:06, 21 Jan 2005 (UTC)

And now for some small talk: --Eddi (Talk) 02:08, 12 October 2005 (UTC)

~~~~ and ˜˜˜˜ and ∼∼∼∼ best regards Eddi (Talk) 02:24, 18 February 2006 (UTC) and ˜˜˜˜ and ∼∼∼∼

Bookmarks[edit]

#noa #O2 #H2O #He

List numbering[edit]

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Tools[edit]

Summary[edit]

The following is a test of how the summary template and the edit summary template work. --Eddi (Talk) 17:51, 7 Feb 2005 (UTC)

When editing an article on Wikipedia there is a small field labelled "Edit summary" under the main edit-box. It looks like this:

Edit summary text box

The text written here will appear on the Recent changes page, in the page revision history, on the diff page, and in the watchlists of users who are watching that article. See m:Help:Edit summary for full information on this feature.

When you leave the edit summary blank, some of your edits will be indistinguishable from vandalism and will have to be reverted, so please always briefly summarize your edits, especially when you are making subtle but important changes, like changing dates or numbers. Thank you.

The above and below is a test of how the summary template and the edit summary template work. --Eddi (Talk) 17:51, 7 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Edit summary[edit]

Dear contributor, first I would like to say a big thank you for your time, care, and enthusiasm in editing Wikipedia articles. I hope you find it just as much fun as I do.

I am writing with a small suggestion. I wonder if you could write an edit summary every time you make changes to an article (or when you start a new one). Even a short summary helps. To see how often you have done so in the past, you may go to http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Contributions&target=YOUR USERNAME.

Edit summaries are important for a number of reasons. Every time you change an article, a record of that change propagates to every single person who has that article on their watchlist. Most people have an article on their watchlist because they care a lot about it, so they would like to be informed about what is going on with it. Accurate summaries help people decide whether it is worthwhile for them to check a change. This is why your edit summary, which will take you maybe 15 seconds, is a time-saver and a great act of candor to the other people interested in the same article as you. Accurate edit summaries are important because they create trust regarding your contributions and help resolve disputes.

There are other, very convincing reasons for putting an edit summary. More information is available at Wikipedia:Edit summary. If at any point you have any questions about this rule (or anything else for that matter), please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you and happy editing!

The above is a test of how the summary template and the edit summary template work. --Eddi (Talk) 17:51, 7 Feb 2005 (UTC)

User categories[edit]

Copied from the {{usercat-2}} template:

To add yourself to this list, insert the following on your user page:
[[Category:Eddideigel/Sandbox|{{subst:PAGENAME}}]]

Since that was supposed to be in a category instruction, replace the user page with "Wikipedians in Norway":

[[Category:Wikipedians in Norway|{{subst:PAGENAME}}]]

It worked, giving the following text:

[[Category:Wikipedians in Norway|Eddideigel/Sandbox]]

Various templates[edit]

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{{NUMBEROFARTICLES}} 4,958,161
{{Oxygen|2}} O2
{{Hydrogen|2}}{{Oxygen}} H2O
{{subst:element cell|2|Helium|He| |Gas|Noble gases|Primordial}} 2
He

Colours[edit]

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"Clean" colours: #000:black #00f:blue #0f0:green #0ff:cyan #f00:red #f0f:pink #ff0:yellow
Various colours: #60f:violet #930:brown #f60:orange #666:d.gray #999:l.gray #ccc:silver #fff:white
#060:d.green #06f:l.blue #f33:l.red #fc3:l.orange


Iso2 Old Code Title
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{{iso2|93|Nb|R|G}} Half-life – Isotope: Stable; Nuclear isomer: 10–10,000 years
91Nb
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{{iso2|91|Nb|Y|I}} Half-life – Isotope: 10k–103M years; Nuclear isomer: 10–100 days
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{{iso2|89|Zr|V|-}} Half-life – Isotope: 1–10 days; Nuclear isomer: < 1 day


Half-lives (example: Gd)
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146Gd 1–10 days
149Gd 10–100 days
153Gd 100 days–10 a
148Gd 10–10,000 a
150Gd 10 ka–103 Ma
152Gd > 700 Ma
158Gd Stable
Old and new colours
145Gd 145Gd 145Gd < 1 day
145Gd 145Gd 146Gd 1–10 days
145Gd 145Gd 149Gd 10–100 days
145Gd 145Gd 153Gd 100 days – 10 years
145Gd 145Gd 148Gd 10–10,000 years
145Gd 145Gd 150Gd 10k–103M years
145Gd 145Gd 152Gd > 700M years
145Gd 145Gd 158Gd Stable


6-digit vs 3-digit RGB codes
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