Dear Anil Einas has made m changes to my text on the old page http://wikieducator.org/Computer_Education#Introduction what do you think about these changes do I cut it to the original page and if you have any other changes please do it. Thanks Rima
An option 'Move' will appear on top of the pages once we 'log in'. To move a page we have to go to the page to be moved and click on the 'move' option. Then another page will appear with a box to provide the new location (url) to where the page has to be moved. On that page give the part of url excluding http://www.wikieducator.org (because system will automatically take that much and since we needn't provide that part). After that in a box below you have to provide the reason for moving. When submitted the system will move the whole content with its history to the new location and place a redirect tag on the old page so that any body who type the old url will be automatically redirected to the new position.
I think you might have created the new page with the url http://www.wikieducator.org/Qualification_Framework/Computer_Education and copied the content there, that is why the other person was able to access the old page. Don't worry these are incidents that provide us with opportunities to explore deep into the functions of wikimedia <smile>
Now one solution could be, see the changes made by Einas in the introduction and if you want to retain the changes copy it to our new page to change the introduction. There after go back to the old page and delete the whole content and place a redirect tag like This
Feel free to alert me if your require support during this process, I will be online during most part of the day.
Anil Prasad 05:10, 3 March 2009 (UTC)