User talk:Mani g1
Good work Manishaji. I have just adjusted your Photo.
Can I suggest to shift your contents of Mani g1 page to your user page? I can help you if you wish and permit me.--Pankaj 18:42, 15 November 2008 (UTC)
Thanks Mr. Pankaj
I was looking at your edits right now. But why in the history page i am not able to lookk out for edits after 8 november while few minutes ago they were visible
I think I have got to know that myself. Yah please shift my page to my user page and tell me also how is it done.
Please tell me why the pages Mani_g1 and User Mani_g1 are looking different. I had redirected my earlier page Dr. Manisha Jain to my user page
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Q1. Why cannot you see history pages?
Ans. Every page is having limitation of lines. You may click last 500 edits or no of days on Recent change option on the top of list to view more edits. It reads like this
Below are the last 50 changes in the last 7 days, as of 20:18, 17 November 2008.
Show last 50 | 100 | 250 | 500 changes in last 1 | 3 | 7 | 14 | 30 days
Q.2. Two pages : Mani_g1 and User Mani_g1 ?
Ans. : Infact, during the Workshop, you created your User page and did some editing. Later you created a new page with the same name and that was not User page. That is why you got two different pages. The trick to work on your User page is simple. Once you log-in in the WE, to edit your User pages, click on your name on the top (Log-in area). It looks like this:
Pankaj My talk My preferences My watchlist My contributions Log out
When you type in search box, you either get an existing page or create a new page creation message.
So, this calls for another editing trick:
If you want to create a new page, type the title of page in search box and create a new page which you can link to your earlier pages by using [[----]] brackets.
I trust this will help.
--Pankaj 14:58, 17 November 2008 (UTC)