User talk:Sau6402

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Laadla (film)[edit]

Welcome to Wikipedia. I have removed some of your recent additions to the article Laadla (film), specifically the plot summary which was directly copied from IMDb, which is a violation of WP:Copyvio. For a guideline on how to write a plot summary, please read Wikipedia:How to write a plot summary. Hope you understand the policies. Thank you.--- Managerarc talk 11:52, 16 April 2011 (UTC)

Please go through Wikipedia:Copyright violations. You cannot copy material from sources that are not public domain or compatibly licensed without the permission of the copyright holder. It would be better if you write the plot in your own words as is the case with other Wikipedia film articles. --- Managerarc talk 12:55, 16 April 2011 (UTC)

There is no restriction on editing. Anyone can edit and improve articles immediately for all readers. The stuff written in "{{}}" are known as templates. The following links might further help you.

For further queries, please use the Help Desk. --- Managerarc talk 14:04, 16 April 2011 (UTC)

Just a few points[edit]

I noticed you've been adding maintenance templates to several articles. First, thank you for your enthusiasm and desire to help with this project. However, there are a few points I think you should consider. Please note that a stub tag goes at the very bottom of an article, below the categories. It's also best to choose a specific stub (ie, {{US-scientist-stub}} rather than the generic {{stub}}), which I see you most often have done. I'm not sure why you added the wikify tag to The Way Things Work (TV Series), as the article was properly formatted and was appropriately linked to other articles. Finally, I noticed at Hinrich Braren you added an unreferenced tag, but the article is clearly referenced. Maybe slowing down a bit would help? Again thanks for helping and let me know if you have any questions. Regards, P. D. Cook Talk to me! 13:17, 11 May 2011 (UTC)

As to Hinrich Braren please note also that footnotes are generally not needed unless a fact seems rather questionable. So if you think that something specific needs a direct reference please mark the inline text by placing {{cn}} right after the disputed fact in the text part. See also WP:FOOT. Thank you. De728631 (talk) 20:40, 13 May 2011 (UTC)

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