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Wikis allow anybody to edit. However, some people may be new to wikis and thus may not know how to edit. Don't panic! This page is for those people. To edit, you don't need to know HTML to edit an article, all you need to know is English and simple wiki code. You don't even have to register to edit! (But you should)

## Getting Started

To edit a page, simply click the edit button, which is usually found at the top of the page. Clicking on this button will open the edit box. Once here, simply type in what you want! It's that easy!

When you're done typing, click on the save page button at the bottom of the page. However, before doing so, you may want to click on the show preview button to proofread what you typed, you can also include a summary of what you typed to help other editors get an idea of what you did to the article.

## Simple Editing

Above the edit box are several buttons:

Icon Function What it shows when editing What it shows on the page

## abc

Insert image [[File:Behemoth.png]]
Insert media [[Media:abc.ogg]]
Mathematical formula $abc$ $abc$
Ignore wiki formatting <nowiki>abc '''[[Bold text]]'''</nowiki> abc '''[[Bold text]]'''
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Upload and insert a video online Pops up the form that allows you to add your video

To add images, you must first upload it. Once you've done this, you can edit a page and add [[File:NAMEOFIMAGE.FILETYPE]] to the page. For example, doing [[File:Behemoth.png]] will produce this:

• Adding more equal signs to headlines will make them smaller. Also, when a page has four or more headlines, it will automatically generate a Table of Contents at the top of the page.
• Use pipes to modify an image. Modifiers include thumb, frame, size in pixels (e.g. 200px), left, right, and center. You can also add a caption to describe the image by placing words after a pipe. For example, [[File:Example.jpg|200px|right|frame|This is an example]] will produce an image scaled to 200 pixels, on the right side of the page, framed with "This is an example" as a caption.

## Categories

Categories help to organize pages. Simply add [[Category:CATEGORYNAME]] (source mode) or use the "Add Category" button (Rich Text Editor) to add the article to the category.

## Reverting Pages

If you see a page messed up, you can simply revert it to a correct previous version. To do this, you:

• Click on the history tab;
• Click on the date of the version you want;
• Click on the edit tab;
• Save the page. Don't forget to say that you're reverting the page in the summary box!

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