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Welcome, Pwesty, to WikiBound!

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Welcome to WikiBound, Pwesty! We're a wiki that aspires to cover everything about the Mother series. We hope to see you contribute, whether it be by editing articles, or by participating in discussions.

  1. Be sure to read the help page, it will tell you everything you need to know about wikicoding.
  2. Always keep an eye on the recent changes page, where all edits and their authors (anonymous or logged-in) are listed.
  3. Try to expand the information found in articles, and keep an eye out for any false info or vandalism.
  4. Talk to your friends about us; get more users! It's always more fun to edit with friends.
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  6. If you need help with anything, talk to one of our administrators who can answer most of your questions and assist with problems.
Thanks, and have a good time here, Pwesty!


Creating pages

Hey! Thanks for creating a bunch of pages lately, expansion's always welcomed. Just remember to categorize and add navigation templates when possible. There's also the usual page formatting pattern (a good example is here, how I've fixed up one of your pages) to keep in mind- bolding the page title name in the opening sentence (t-that made sense, right? XD), grammar fixes to make it sound more natural, and so on. Just keep these tips in mind for creating pages from now on! :D →Tinā δ 16:17, 28 November 2010 (MST)

  • Thanks. I used to go on Bulbapedia a lot, but I haven't done anything for the past couple of months, so I'm a little rusty. I'll try to do etter from now on. Thanks! ;)

Templates

To create templates, make them at a page in the Template: namespace (same way you create other pages, just put Template: in front of it), put in the appropriate coding, and then include them on pages with {{template name here}}. This is a lot more time-saving than just putting the template coding directly on pages, like you did with the sanctuary locations. Hope this helps a little with understanding templates. :D →Tinā δ 20:18, 30 November 2010 (MST)

I tried that, but for some reason it just woudn't save.
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