Messages left on my talkpage sometimes won't get as quick a response as they should. And if there's something I promised to do on-Wiki and it hasn't gotten done?...I apologize in advance.
I try to think the best about others...so try to think the best about me, OK?!?
I know I don't "own" the article and I don't edit war about it but it sometimes just breaks my heart.
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How to construct a Notes section: Look at Japanese battleship Musashi
Wikipedia:External links/Perennial websites
Useful links thingy(users' talkpages)
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Code on how to use editing toolbar
== Adding references is easy == [[File:Wikipedia- Using Cite option from toolbar.jpg|thumb|450px|Just follow the steps 1, 2 and 3 as shown and fill in the details]] Here's how to [[WP:REFB|add references]] from [[WP:RS|reliable sources]] for the content you add to Wikipedia. This helps maintain our policy of [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|verifiability]]. Adding well formatted references is very easy to do. #While editing any article or a wikipage, on the top of the edit window you will see a [[Help:Edit toolbar|toolbar]] which says "'''Cite'''". #Click on it. #Then click on "'''Templates'''" #Choose the most appropriate template and '''fill in as many details as you can'''. This will add a well formatted reference that is helpful in case the [[URL|website link]] becomes [[Wikipedia:Link rot|inactive]] later. You can read more about it on [[Help:Edit toolbar]] or see this video [[:File:RefTools.ogv]].<br /> Hope this helps,
Code for DONE or YES(when answering an edit request)
List of battleships of Germany goodFL example for pro cyclists List http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battleships_of_Germany
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Allie_Reynolds/GA1 User this for a GA Review Template
July 2010 version of 'List of professional cyclists who have died during a race' What this List looked like when I started
How to hat/answer an off-topic question at ref desks found here
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Good luck with editing; please drop me a line some time on my own talk page.
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A nice cup of...
Think before you post. Ok?...
Oh and ummmm...newer posts go at the bottom of the page. It's easy, just use the New Section tab up at the top.
This is the last edit I ever do; a note of forgiveness
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