User talk:213.55.109.101

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October 2012[edit]

Thank you for your edit to the disambiguation page Kaffa. However, please note that disambiguation pages are not articles; rather, they are meant to help readers find a specific article quickly and easily. From the disambiguation do's and don'ts, you should:

  • Only list articles that readers might reasonably be looking for
  • Use short sentence fragment descriptions, which should not end with punctuation
  • Use only one navigable link ("blue link") in each entry, and avoid red links
  • Do not pipe links—keep the full title of the article visible
  • Do not insert external links

Thank you. Phileasson (talk) 08:50, 11 October 2012 (UTC)

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