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Categorizing userspace drafts
Please don't categorize userspace drafts, such as User:Viralmemesis/sandbox, into the main categories used for the articles namespace.
should not be used, but you can easily use the version with a leading colon
to link to these categories, without placing the article into them.
- But of course, when pasting the draft into an actual (featured, in the case of Xenon) article, please remove the leading colon and "tl|"s. Otherwise, the article won't be categorized and labelled properly and correctly. Double sharp (talk) 11:52, 20 August 2012 (UTC)
Your reference in [Xenon] were all messed up. I fixed them.
|journal=Anesthesiology. 2010 Mar;112(3):614-22 is wrong. The journal is just the journal.
|pmid=20124979|url=http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20124979 is redundant. Do not include the url
Thank you for your contributions to the CD81 article. If you haven't seen this yet, please check out User:Diberri's Wikipedia template filling tool (instructions). Given a PubMed ID, one can quickly produce a full citation that can be copied and pasted into a Wikipedia article. This tool can save you a lot of work and ensure that the citations are displayed in a consistent manner. Cheers. Boghog (talk) 18:47, 21 August 2012 (UTC)
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