;). If the term is useful to have in its own right (i.e. ''not'' beneath a subheading in a longer article) then it may be more useful to readers as a separate article. In some cases (although not this specific one) a subject may not be notable in its own right and should therefore normally be merged uncontroversially. There's nothing wrong with short articles, except that higher article numbers require higher levels of policing against vandalism. -- Trevj (User:Trevj#top) (talk (User talk:Trevj#top)) 00:12, 1 March 2012 (UTC) ::::Hello Pusillanimous! Another idea is to follow what is called at Wikipedia, "summary style". Basically, that just means that there is an overview article, something like "cereal grading" or something similar, which discusses the concept in general, and then you have individual articles that deal with the details. See Wikipedia:Summary style for how this is supposed to work. -- Jayron (User:Jayron32)''''' 32 (User talk:Jayron32)''''' 04:12, 1 March 2012 (UTC) :::::As search terms each of the scales would still have a redirect page so that should not be a problem. I am personally involved in cereal growing and will be interested to see how this turns out. Good luck with it.--Charles (User:Charlesdrakew) (talk (User talk:Charlesdrakew)) 09:56, 1 March 2012 (UTC) ::::::Thanks for all the suggestions! Have a good day everyone! Pusillanimous (User:Pusillanimous) 18:27, 1 March 2012 (UTC) Citing multiple edits which all come from one source How do you cite multiple edits (which all come from one source) located in various points on the article page? Should I just insert the same citation after each edit? Avdelamerced (User:Avdelamerced) (talk (User talk:Avdelamerced)) 07:36, 9 March 2012 (UTC) ::The Citing sources (Wikipedia:Citing sources) goes into more depth in how to cite sources, but basically you give one reference a name then you list it again but as a single HTML tag. For instance, you might have a reference which looks like this: ''' . -- Trevj (User:Trevj#top) (talk (User talk:Trevj#top)) 11:52, 4 March 2012 (UTC) ::::Thank you all! These are all really helpful suggestions, and I will try them all out. Mel290 (User:Mel290) (talk (User talk:Mel290)) 21:39, 5 March 2012 (UTC) :::::Another option is to check out a WikiProject you might be interested in. WikiProjects consist of groups of editors who edit articles on specific topics; for example, Wikipedia:WikiProject Computing (see a list of WikiProjects here (Wikipedia:WikiProject Council Directory)). There are often to-do lists on these project pages; for WikiProject Computing, see Wikipedia:WikiProject Computing Tasks Expand stubs. WikiProjects are also a great way to find editors with common interests. Inverse Hypercube (User:InverseHypercube) 04:51, 6 March 2012 (UTC) upload a photograph User Wil0717 received a Teahouse email and responded with a question which I thought others might be asking too so hoping we could respond here... "I need to know how to upload a photograph to support an entry I made on a wiki page." Thanks! Rosiestep (User:Rosiestep) (talk (User talk:Rosiestep)) 03:32, 14 March 2012 (UTC) :Hello Rosiestep! You can tell Wil0717 that there are three important documents to read regarding the uploading and use of images at Wikipedia: :*Wikipedia:Image use policy discusses when (and, more importantly when '''not''') to upload and use images at Wikipedia. It is very important, to prevent misunderstandings and certain heartache, that a person understands what images are and are not appropriate for uploading. :*Wikipedia:Uploading images discusses how to actually upload the image to Wikipedia. :*Wikipedia:Picture tutorial discusses how to insert and format images in articles. :Does that help, Rosiestep? -- Jayron (User:Jayron32)''''' 32 (User talk:Jayron32)''''' 04:40, 14 March 2012 (UTC) ::Thanks for the great answer, Jayron! --Rosiestep (User:Rosiestep) (talk (User talk:Rosiestep)) 05:05, 14 March 2012 (UTC)
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, the United Kingdom, and the United States. :'''2.''' Of your articles or contributions to Wikipedia, are there any about which you are particularly pleased, and why? ::'''A'''. I'm pretty fond of Mataram; I really enjoyed researching and writing it. Lately, I've been gradually expanding the many short articles on the islands (Islands of Indonesia) and provinces (Provinces of Indonesia) of Indonesia with history and general background information. This is taking a while, but Ternate and Morotai are coming along. :'''3.''' Have you been in any conflicts over editing in the past or do you feel other users have caused you stress? How have you dealt with it and will deal with it in the future? In 1661, Koxinga forced a landing on Luerhmen ( Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Commons:Category:Indonesia Wikipedia:Indonesia
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it is real, it's trivial. So, we should just get rid of the nonsense. --rob (User:Thivierr) 02:56, 24 October 2005 (UTC) *'''Speedy Delete''', CSD:A1, "very short articles providing little or no context". --MCB (User:MCB) 03:44, 24 October 2005 (UTC) *'''Delete''' Google shows nothing. Denni (User:Denni) ☯ (User_talk:Denni) 02:29, 24 October 2005 (UTC) * '''Delete''' '''Speedy Delete''' I have an unproven theory
. --rob (User:Thivierr) 02:56, 24 October 2005 (UTC) *'''Speedy Delete''', CSD:A1, "very short articles providing little or no context". --MCB (User:MCB) 03:44, 24 October 2005 (UTC) Distribution and habitat Records of the bramble shark are fairly rare and originate from widely scattered locations in tropical and temperate waters worldwide, save for the eastern Pacific Ocean. Most have come from the eastern Atlantic and western Indian Oceans, where its range extends