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     *It's smart to learn how the syntax works, especially if you are working on a page that has formatting already. If you simply want to dump text, be careful //where// you put it.     *It's smart to learn how the syntax works, especially if you are working on a page that has formatting already. If you simply want to dump text, be careful //where// you put it.
   *When creating new links, make sure the id tags make sense for the game. For instance, a Metal Gear Solid 4 tag should have mgs4 in the title <​nowiki>​ [[mgs4tbe|Metal Gear Solid 4 The Boss Extreme Route]] </​nowiki> ​   *When creating new links, make sure the id tags make sense for the game. For instance, a Metal Gear Solid 4 tag should have mgs4 in the title <​nowiki>​ [[mgs4tbe|Metal Gear Solid 4 The Boss Extreme Route]] </​nowiki> ​
 +  *Please do not add files to Root Namespace in Media Manager.
 +    *Game specific images, .zips, etc. should be in the appropriate Namespace.
   *KISS principle - Keep it simple, stupid   *KISS principle - Keep it simple, stupid
     *The [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​KISS_principle|KISS principle]] applies to wiki writing. We should write in a straightforward manner. This __does not__ imply removing details or complexity from a topic, it refers to presentation.     *The [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​KISS_principle|KISS principle]] applies to wiki writing. We should write in a straightforward manner. This __does not__ imply removing details or complexity from a topic, it refers to presentation.
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