User:TheWikiMan026/Talk Fixed Problems 1

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  1. Please don't put year numbers (also month names and day numbers) in double-brackets. Wikipedia no longer even does this.
  2. Don't put {{Wikipedia}} right under the initial photo; instead, put it somewhere else so it breaks up the text and makes the page more visually attractive.
  3. You have come to the conclusion that templates such as {{Wikipedia}} take parameters that specify their position on the page. Only, this isn't true. It may be true for a few of them, but it depends on how each individual template is written.

More rules, rules, rules

  1. Do not redirect your fucking user page, especially into the main encyclopedia.
  2. Do not redirect your fucking talk page, especially into the main encyclopedia.
  3. Do not create tediously long Infoboxes without a shred of humor.
  4. And do not ask me to straighten things out when you do so much of the above that you can't keep it straight. Spıke Ѧ 17:46 10-May-14
It's fine, everyone makes mistakes, just try to remember what mistakes you've made so you don't repeat them! And Spike is not always angry, he's probably tired now (or this writing style could be a joke I don't understand). Anton (talk) 18:48, May 10, 2014 (UTC)
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