Page Creation Rules

  • It is mandatory to standardize your page.
  • Do not post a non-standardized page. Doing so, an admin will remove your page to your sandbox and you will be given a reminder in your Message Wall.
    • Use sandbox if you want to work on your incomplete article. The details of sandbox will be explained below.
Taken fromWikipedia:About the Sandbox

You are advised to use sandbox to finish your non-standardized page/unfinished work! What is a sandbox?

The sandboxes are pages designed for testing and experimenting with wiki syntax and the VisualEditor.

They were created as a place with fewer rules and policies than other pages on Wikipedia. For example, you don't have to follow the Manual of Style or reach community consensus before making a major change. However, they must not be used for malicious purposes, and policies such as no personal attacks, civility, and copyrights (such as non-free content criteria) still apply.

If you have a username, you can create your own sandbox in your userspace. You can find your user sandbox here. (And if it doesn't exist yet, feel free to create it!) For easy access, there is a link labeled "sandbox" at the top right of every page between the "talk" and "preferences" links. You can also put {{My sandbox}} on your userpage.

If you want more sandboxes then make a page in your userspace and designate it as your sandbox.

To create a new sandbox (call it anything, such as 'sandbox2') enter this in the search box, using your actual username: User:Yourname/sandbox Then click on the reply you may create the page "User:Yourname/sandbox". User:Rikuya/Sandbox, for example. Additionally, you could click this link.

Unlike your primary sandbox, Wikipedia does not automatically keep a way to link to these, so be sure to bookmark it or otherwise have links on your userpage which go to your other sandboxes.

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