Welcome to WikiFur! Thank you for registering an account - we look forward to working with you. Let us know if you need any help not already provided. If you would like help creating an article or just editing it, don't hesitate to consult the Furry Book of Style or just contact an administrator. Have a nice day! :-) — NightFox Talk 13:16, 23 August 2009 (UTC)
I recommend the use of the "show preview" button as opposed to "save" if you're in the middle of an editing session. This ensures that you don't clutter up the page history and recent changes with revisions. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 18:26, 23 August 2009 (UTC)
- Thanks for the advise =)! I pretty much already click "show preview" before saving what I'm happy with but I make a lot of changes in my editing. Otherwise I'm not sure what you mean by the page history, could you please explain this a little further? I'm new to Wikifur so the more I know the better and it helps to chat with someone who has experience in this =3.
- Each page has its own history - click the "history" tab at the top to see. You can use it to go forwards and backwards in the revisions, seeing what's changed. All changes are listed in the global recent changes linked on the left, and people will often check the revisions that have been made. It's easier to do that if these are all made in one go, as far as possible. If you want some help, I'd suggest dropping into IRC, as there's usually someone around there.
- I noticed you have bullets on your user page - you can get a real bulleted list by using * at the front, as mentioned in the editing help. Oh, and you can sign your name with ~~~~, giving a result like this: --GreenReaper(talk) 18:05, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
Awesome stuff! Thanks for the help and advise =3! It'll take me a while to learn all this but for now I'm pretty happy with how the page looks and all. Of course in the future, granted I have the time and all, I'll be adding more and thanks to you I'll have some useful information to help me do so nicely and without too many obstacles, etc. Thanks again! =3