Hello, I noticed that in your recent contribution to Chilham Castle you may have misplaced some text. "one - unsigned -..." You may not be aware, but you placed this content inside brackets [[ ]]. Brackets are reserved for creating links, and your text "broke" the link. You also placed the text between ref tags (<ref></ref>). Information placed between ref tags is not visible in the text except as a notation of a footnote, and the information does indeed appear at the bottom of the page. Between putting your text inside a ref tag and putting inside a link, I wasn't sure where it was supposed to go, so I just removed it. I hope at the very least I have explained to you where your text went if you were wondering why it didn't appear. Cheers. Someguy1221 (talk) 04:15, 25 December 2007 (UTC)
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