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Wow, the founder cares. Nice to meet you :-) bastl 13:47, 5 June 2007 (UTC)
Standard article skeleton
When I recently went to go make a new page on our wiki, I got a popup asking me if I wanted to make a "standard page" or a "blank page" (or something like that). "WOW!", I thought, "We can set up a standard layout for all new pages?" I used the "standard" option to see what it does, and didn't like what I saw. It sets up a page with an image and a few sections, prompting for content in each place. On this wiki, images are scarce, and we put a template at the top of every tip (with a different template for proposed pages that have not yet been "approved"). We put a "Comments" section at the end of the page to encourage feedback. I think it would be great if we could automatically insert all this on page creation. Is the standard page skeleton customizeable at all? How?
--Fritzophrenic 20:13, April 22, 2010 (UTC)