User talk:A Gate Through The Past

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Howdy ;-)[edit]

Here is the link to the Citation templates. To use them, put the <ref> and </ref> tags before and after a template body respectively and insert it at any part of article that requires is. If the article doesn't have any references yet, make sure to create a subheading ==References== at the end of the article body (but before the categories). Underneath, put the <references/> tag. Then, all you references will automatically appear in that section. Óðinn 03:37, 24 August 2007 (UTC)

Thank you :-) A Gate Through The Past 03:17, 4 September 2007 (UTC)


Couldn't be done better. Great job :-) Óðinn (talk) 12:41, 8 January 2008 (UTC)

Thank you[edit]

But I very much doubt anyone reads it :-) Óðinn (talk) 03:03, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

De nada[edit]

No trouble; sometimes I "exhibit a WikiGnome-like behaviour", as the text goes:-).

Actually, it is quite simple to fix a redirect page, if you find more cases where you think this would be advisable. You try to open a page with the "bad" name (e.g., Isla de la juventud); and then choose the alternative to create the page by editing it and saving the edits. When you have the edit window open, you click on the item #REDIRECT [[]] on the line "Wiki markup" below the page. This makes that text be written in the edit window, and places the cursor between the innermost brackets. There you write the good name (in this case, Isla de la Juventud, whence the full text is #REDIRECT [[Isla de la Juventud]]), and saves. (Of course, as usual it is better to preview first.) You do not have to write a comment on the comment line; when you create a new redirect page with no comment, an automatic comment about what you did goes into the history of the new page. It is normally done in much less than a minute.

But, perhaps you new all this. Best, JoergenB (talk) 15:45, 19 May 2008 (UTC)