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|Motivation - Sang||0||01:15, 9 May 2011|
|Hi Kipyegon,||0||20:12, 25 April 2011|
|Hi Sang||1||03:09, 11 February 2011|
|Wikieducator Graduation||0||04:01, 10 February 2011|
|Uploading an image||2||03:48, 10 February 2011|
I can see you are finding Wikieducator very interesting and learning. pls let's keep the ball rolling.
This is becoming interesting, at first i thought i was doing very well only to realise that i was only doing bare minimum,it was day 7 when i receive an email that i had less than 3 edits counts, and to me i thought i was way ahead, but now i am trying to catch, hope we are all progressing,though at different pace, but at the end i want to believe that we shall all "graduate" and be "given powers to do all that appertain to wikiedicator"smile.
There are two ways to add images:
- Create the page with a reference to the image. When the page is saved, the image link will be the traditional wiki red indicating the destination does not yet exist. If you click on the link you will be taken to the upload page where you can upload the image and the information about the image.
- Or you can visit the upload page first (the Upload file link in the Toolbox section of the navigation) and upload the image. Then when you reference it in your page it will already exist.
Complete information on using images in MediaWiki is at http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Images