Kamagurka, I've noticed that you've created a few pages that don't have any pages linking to them. These are called 'orphans' here and are a little troublesome since they can only be found later by querying the special pages. By using the "What links to here" tab in the left bar, you can see whether or not your page is linked, and as part of the job of referencing it, you should find episodes and other articles that would link to it.
Great job, by the way, on your article edits. Let me know if you need and help using our markup and style formats! -- Captain Mike K. Bartel 20:24, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)
- i know that my kellicam article is as of yet orphaned (this is because i haven't yet thought of a way to put a reference to kellicams into the Klingon article without it being terribly disjointed); however, i know this is bad and i plan on fixing it. i'm not immediately aware of any other orphaned articles i created (i will of course fix these, also).
- your offer for help is appreciated, and i will take you up on it, should the need arise.--kamagurka 21:11, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)
- OK, just making sure you knew. Thanks for joining our community! -- Captain Mike K. Bartel
What to separateEdit
The subsection, in italics, is used to discuss things from a "real" POV. For example:
This sentence is a main body sentence. The starship was built at Utopia Planitia. It was once mentioned as having visited Deep Space 9. Captain Kirk was on it on stardate 9021.0. (The name of an episode)
- This is where we talk about the "real life portion." William Shatner appeared on this ship in two appearances, the third was only mentioned in dialogue. The ship model was built by Dan Curry and filmed at ILM.
Hope that helps -- Captain Mike K. Bartel 23:57, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)
- thanks. wee for clarification! --kamagurka 00:04, 29 Oct 2004 (CEST)