Summary & FAQs

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It is important to give some thought to the structure of your content before embarking on authoring in the wiki. While often linking from one page to another may be enough for small resources, for large quantities of content it may be beneficial to create some kind of hierarchical approach and use the subpages functionality discussed in this tutorial to provide structure or narrative. Using previous and next links and navigational templates can also help users to know where they are in relation to the content as a whole. As WikiEducator grows it will become increasingly important to allocate categories to specific content to facilitate browsing of the different types of content that will become available. For more information see the community workgroup on categories.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

If there is anything you would like to know more about regarding this tutorial, check out the FAQs below in case someone else has had the same question. If your question is not already covered on this page please add it to the talk page under an appropriate subject or post your question on the main WikiEducator google group.