Help:Editing a document

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October 20, 2021

Wikipedia is a wiki where anyone can edit unprotected articles and improve them instantly for all readers. You do not need to register to do this. Anyone who edits a page is known as a "Wikipedia user" and can be proud to say that Wikipedia has helped, no matter how trivial the edits may seem. All these fixes are added! Wikipedia uses two editing methods: the new visual editor and the classic editing via wiki syntax. Some documents are protected. These documents are indicated by a lock icon in the upper right corner of the document, and if the document is not editable, the "View Original" tab will be displayed instead of the "Edit" tab. You can edit these documents indirectly by submitting an edit request. An editor capable of editing the protected document responds to the request. You can submit your request by clicking on the "View Original" tab of that article, and using the "Submit Edit Request" link in the lower right corner.

Editing the document

Editing most Wikipedia articles is pretty straightforward. Wikipedia uses two editing methods: classic editing via wiki grammar and editing via the new visual editor. Wiki grammar editing is selected by clicking the Edit tab (or the Edit Paragraph link) at the top of the Wikipedia article. This will take you to a new document with editable content from the current document. Wiki grammar makes extensive use of hyperlinks, tables and functions, footnotes, quotation marks, and special characters in Wikipedia. The visual editor setup uses the user-friendly "WysiWyg" editing method, allowing you to edit documents without having to learn wiki grammar markup. You can switch to the visual editor by clicking the visual editor in the knitting needle menu that appears when you click the pencil icon on the top right of the editing window. For detailed manual, refer to the Visual Editor User's Guide. Two editing environments: wiki grammar and visual editor The Wikipedia community has developed editorial guidelines to present documents and facts in a standardized form, and to make Wikipedia as a whole easy to use. A basic list of wiki grammar can be found in the wiki grammar summary. An "editing toolbar" is provided just above the edit box (pictured below), allowing logged-in users to automatically place and format various aspects of wiki code (by selecting settings in personal preferences). For more information, see Wikipedia:Wiki Syntax. There are many protocols, but they don't have to be perfect, as Wikipedia is a work in progress.

Insert Source

A source is usually inserted at the end of a sentence that describes the fact it supports, or after a sign in that sentence. Wikipedia allows editors to cite sources in any format as long as the reader can figure out where the information is coming from, but it is strongly recommended to provide sources in footnotes. Footnotes are usually indicated by inserting ... tags between references. The list of footnotes appears in the {{Reflist}} frame or where tags are inserted, usually in items named "footnotes".

Discussion Docs

Every page has an accompanying discussion page, which can be accessed by clicking on the "Discussion" tab (No. 2). You can discuss document enhancements in the discussion page. If your contribution has been returned by someone,

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