Greetings! I hope you like the place and decide to stay. If you have questions or doubts of any sort, do not hesitate to post them on the Village Pump, somebody will respond ASAP. Other helpful pages include:
- Wikipedia:Welcome, newcomers
- Wikipedia:How does one edit a page
- Wikipedia:Manual of style
- Wikipedia:Naming conventions
Have fun! --Jiang 01:41 18 Jul 2003 (UTC)
Is 3kg really so bad? Pizza Puzzle
You asked: "Is 3kg really so bad?" I'm not sure which article you are referring to, but I presume you are questioning why I put a space in between the number and the kilogram symbol. I guess my question back is, what do you mean by "really so bad"? Is it so bad that it is a major problem, seriously degrading the quality of the article? Probably not. Is it against accepted style, potentially harder to read, and very easy to fix? Yes. It can be much easier to read if there is a space there (which is why that is the accepted style). This can be very important if someone gives a number of liters and they use the lower case L, since it looks like a 1.