- References are helpful as they allow readers - should they be so inclined - to verify the truthfulness of the information contained in articles. When quotations are included (such as "an artist of clean lines" in the Rhodes Gamble article), it is a good idea to include a link to somewhere where that quotation is actually used, so people can check it's a true quotation.--Higgs Raccoon (talk) 18:09, 14 August 2015 (EDT)
Another question. Maybe you can help. I cannot login this site using the same username after shutting down the computer. I created user: PomegranateOtter-eng, but I don't get to login, so I had to create PomegranateOtter-eng2. Probabily I will not get use this second username after I shut down the computer again and I will need to create a third account. The same happens on other WikiFur language, but only on Wikifur. All the other sites are ok. I don't want to create a new account each time I need to edit something here. Do you know what could this be? Thank you.
- When you say you 'don't get to login', what is the result? Does it just load the page without being logged in? If so, try changing the https: to http: in the URL on the login page. I have seen some users encounter this problem before. --GreenReaper(talk) 19:14, 14 August 2015 (EDT)
Yes, it was loading the page without being logged. I tried to do what you said and it worked. Now I get to login using the "http". Thank you.
Moving pages around
Hi there. Part of the reason people have been reverting you is that a page's edits are meant to stay together, to keep the page history consistent.
If you just cut the contents of a page, and paste it elsewhere, that doesn't happen, which violates the copyright license (the history of contributors to that text is lost).