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== Welcome! ==
 
== Welcome! ==
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<div style="font-size:120%; line-height:1.4em;">Congratulations on starting '''Larryboy Wiki'''! It's a brand new project, so it needs a lot of love. Here are five tips to make your wiki great.
 
<div style="font-size:120%; line-height:1.4em;">Congratulations on starting '''Larryboy Wiki'''! It's a brand new project, so it needs a lot of love. Here are five tips to make your wiki great.
   
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* '''It's all yours right now -- enjoy it!''' Once your wiki takes off, lots of people will read what you write. Right now, nobody's looking over your shoulder yet, so feel free to try things out and make mistakes.
   
* '''It's all yours right now -- enjoy it!''' Once your wiki takes off, lots of people will read what you write. Right now, nobody's looking over your shoulder yet, so feel free to try things out and make mistakes.
 
   
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* '''Make lots of short pages!''' The hardest thing about writing is looking at a blank page and not knowing where to start. It's a lot easier once you write down your first couple sentences. So take a deep breath, and jump in -- make ten really short pages, one right after another. Once you've started, you can build the pages up slowly, adding a little bit at a time.
* '''Make lots of short pages!''' The hardest thing about writing is looking at a blank page and not knowing where to start. It's a lot easier once you write down your first couple sentences. So take a deep breath, and jump in -- make ten really short pages, one right after another. Once you've started, you can build the pages up slowly, adding a little bit at a time.
 
   
   
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* '''Add pictures!''' A well-chosen picture can make a bland wiki page come to life. When you're writing a page, use the "Add a Picture" button to upload a picture from your computer onto the page.
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* '''Add pictures!''' A well-chosen picture can make a bland wiki page come to life. When you're writing a page, use the "Add a Picture" button to upload a picture from your computer onto the page.
   
   
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Have fun!
 
Have fun!
   
-- [[User:Sannse|sannse]] <staff /></div>
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-- [[User:Sannse|sannse]] <staff /></div>
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==You have been removed as an administrator.==
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Hi, Veggiefan2000. This is Arthur Read fan.
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Unfortunately, due to your inactivity for more than 10 years, I have removed you as an administrator. If you ever come back and start actively contributing again, I will reinstate your rights.
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I hope you have a wonderful kind of day!
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-[[User:Arthur Read fan|Arthur Read fan]] ([[User talk:Arthur Read fan|talk]]) 17:03, April 4, 2020 (UTC)

Latest revision as of 17:03, April 4, 2020

Welcome! Edit

Congratulations on starting Larryboy Wiki! It's a brand new project, so it needs a lot of love. Here are five tips to make your wiki great.
  • It's all yours right now -- enjoy it! Once your wiki takes off, lots of people will read what you write. Right now, nobody's looking over your shoulder yet, so feel free to try things out and make mistakes.


  • Make lots of short pages! The hardest thing about writing is looking at a blank page and not knowing where to start. It's a lot easier once you write down your first couple sentences. So take a deep breath, and jump in -- make ten really short pages, one right after another. Once you've started, you can build the pages up slowly, adding a little bit at a time.


  • Link your pages together! Links help you and your readers get from one page to another, so whenever you mention the subject of another page, use the "Add a Link" button to make a link to that page. You should also use the front page to link to all of the most important pages on your wiki. Describe what your wiki is about on the main page, and include links to help your readers find their way around.


  • Add pictures! A well-chosen picture can make a bland wiki page come to life. When you're writing a page, use the "Add a Picture" button to upload a picture from your computer onto the page.


  • When you're ready -- tell your friends! Once you've started a bunch of pages, linked them together and added some pictures, you'll be ready to start showing off your wiki to the world. You probably know people who are interested in the same thing that you are, so tell your friends to check out your new site. Those are your first readers and potential contributors, so give them lots of encouragement.


If you get stuck, write to us through our contact form -- we're happy to help!

Have fun!

-- sannse @fandom

You have been removed as an administrator.Edit

Hi, Veggiefan2000. This is Arthur Read fan.

Unfortunately, due to your inactivity for more than 10 years, I have removed you as an administrator. If you ever come back and start actively contributing again, I will reinstate your rights.

I hope you have a wonderful kind of day!

-Arthur Read fan (talk) 17:03, April 4, 2020 (UTC)

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