Talk:Hufe en

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Question:

why is this article named "Hufe en"? Why not just "Hufe"?

If the latter is used, you can find it directly by clicking on "Go", as "Go" searches all article names directly. --kpwessel 20:25, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)

There is a Hufe_De and a Hufe_En.. how can you differentiate the two ?? --wolf 21:08, 28 Oct 2004 (CEST)
OK, have a look now. If a german language version is to be referenced, then its obvious that a link to the german wiki should be used. I have done this on the Hufe page now to illustrate, how this is to be done. Then the name of the english article can be used directly, cause you do not have multiple names. Clear and OK so far? --kpwessel 07:03, 29 Oct 2004 (CEST)
Yess Sörr !! Just not to sure about that re- direct business, since my tutorial didn't cover this yet. But will soon come to it.. --wolf 17:06, 29 Oct 2004 (CEST)

Use of new articles

There is one principal which should be used in each Wiki: use as much Wiki-Links as possible!

Why? Example: if someone would like to create an article about Wolf Zscheile, then by typing this internal Wiki-Link create automaticall a Hyperlink on the page. Even isf there is no article behind, a link is existing and if clicking on it, you will go automatically to the editor for creating a new page with the desired name. And: if someone has created the arcticle then in some time, all Links are automatically refering to the required page.

One other good news: Under "Special pages" there is a link existing: Special:WantedpagesWanted pages. All articles which linked, but not existing, are shown there. So its also nice and easy for users to look at that page and identify where some help is needed ... --kpwessel 07:09, 29 Oct 2004 (CEST)

Use of new articles

There is one principal which should be used in each Wiki: use as much Wiki-Links as possible! I have done so on the Hufe-page, where you can now see a lot of red links, refering to articles not existing yet.

Why? Example: if someone would like to create an article about Wolf Zscheile, then by typing this internal Wiki-Link create automaticall a Hyperlink on the page. Even isf there is no article behind, a link is existing and if clicking on it, you will go automatically to the editor for creating a new page with the desired name. And: if someone has created the arcticle then in some time, all Links are automatically refering to the required page.

One other good news: Under "Special pages" there is a link existing: Special:WantedpagesWanted pages. All articles which linked, but not existing, are shown there. So its also nice and easy for users to look at that page and identify where some help is needed ... --kpwessel 07:10, 29 Oct 2004 (CEST)

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