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Questions and Comments

Please use this page for any questions and/or comments you may have throughout the course. Just click on edit and add your feedback. You are welcome to answer the questions posed by your peers. Thank You!

Important Notes

Sign Your Post

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Tip: Sign Your post - after you have made your comment
  1. Find the Signature Button in the horizontal bar above http://www.wikieducator.org/skins/common/images/button_sig.png - it looks like this!)
  2. Click on it, and notice how it adds your signature with 4 tilde marks (looks like this ~)
  3. Click Save Page.

Insert Page URLs

  • This includes links to other folks' User Pages. It will be much easier for others to see exactly what you mean, and collaborate.

Use Colons for Nested Replies

  • There's a neat wiki syntax that allows nested replies by using a colon (:) directly under a person's comment, you will be able to indent the text; two colons, further indentation. For example:
Example of 1-colon indent
Example of 2-colon indent
Example of 3-colon indent

Your Comments & Feedback Below...

Thank you for this information, but I am afraid I didn't understand how to put my signature on the document. - User:Rwagasana

Thanks for writing here - click on the edit box (as you have already done so!), and see what I have done. 4 tilde marks Randy Fisher 15:02, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
Hmm, I see the problem...even when I do the syntax to show you, it automatically converts it to my name, er signature... Check the syntax for your User Name...the tilde marks are a shorthand version, for a person's User Name - User:Randyfisher
I have a question if I want to delete an image i uploaded it in wikie uploaded list and I don't need it anymore how do I delete it?Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_pageThis is a link to How to edit a page Thanks Rima 09:19, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
There are two ways that I know of: (1) go back to the page where the image is actually stored - the page where you originally uploaded the image to, and delete it; (2) go to the individual page where you have written in the syntax for the image, and just delete it. It won't delete the image, but it will delete the image on the page. You can always post a question, or any question on our main WikiEd support group at: http://groups.google.com/group/wikieducator?hl=en These days, there's a very active discussion on the challenges arising from naming photos and overwriting previous file names - We should probably address this issue in the tutorials, once there is consensus reached about what to do. It's the wiki way! Randy Fisher 15:52, 27 February 2009 (UTC)