Hello and welcome to Narutopedia. Please make youself at home.
-The greeting team [I'll be trying to do this for people who have SIGNED-IN and have posted.]
When you copy an article from wikipedia, instead of copying the text, could you hit the edit or view source button at the top of the page, or the edit button in the heading of the section and then copy the source instead of the finished text. The Narutopedia is based off the same system that Wikipedia uses so it's best to use the source of the page instead of the displayed text, it's annoying to half to rewrite a page to display correctly when it's been coppied in the wrong way. Could you also add a Sources section to the bottom of the page you create and link to the article you coppied from to, a good way to do this is to use this format:
* [[Wikipedia:title of article|Wikipedia article on topic of article]]
- Oh ya, the tecnique has changed. When you copy something from wikipedia use the tecnique listed at Project:Standards. Dantman (Talk) 10:36, 18 February 2007 (UTC)
- Replied on User talk:Dantman.
Could you help me with a new thing. When you copy over a article about one of the Lands like Land of Fire or Land of Wind. Instead of leaving the Hidden Village as a section on the page, create a new article for it. And also use the template I have on Land of Fire in the way it's shown. A good Idea to start off the Land articles, would be to copy the top text in the land's article on wikipedia (Using the standards at Project:Standards) and then create an article for it's hidden village using the content wikipedia has on the land's page. If you wanted a task to work on, you could do that wikipedia copying and merge whatever we have with the coppied content. I'm busy with back-end stuff like usual. Dantman (Talk) 10:58, 18 February 2007 (UTC)