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== Basics ==
== Basics ==
*Only make a link to a page the first time you mention it, not every time.
*Only make a link to a page the first time you mention it, not every time.  
== Examples ==
These pages do a good job of getting things right.
*[[Manning's n at sea floor]]
*[[TAU0]]
== Annotation/Metadata ==
== Annotation/Metadata ==
=== Versioning ===
=== Versioning ===
Current and legacy versioning can be handled by using the [[Template:ADC version]] template. Sample use syntax is shown on its page. Ways to use this in an article are shown in the following image.
Current and legacy versioning can be handled by using the [[Template:ADC version]] template. Sample use syntax is shown on its page. Ways to use this in an article are shown in the following image.  
[[File:VersioningSample.png|700px|thumb|left|Sample how to denote versions]]
[[File:VersioningSample.png|700px|thumb|left|Sample how to denote versions]]

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This page summarizes recommended best-practices and style suggestions for adding content to the ADCIRCWiki. If you want to sign up for an account, email Crystal Fulcher or Taylor.

Basics

  • Only make a link to a page the first time you mention it, not every time.

Examples

These pages do a good job of getting things right.

Annotation/Metadata

Versioning

Current and legacy versioning can be handled by using the Template:ADC version template. Sample use syntax is shown on its page. Ways to use this in an article are shown in the following image.

Sample how to denote versions