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Regel 1: Regel 1:
 
==Subject title==  
 
==Subject title==  
 
* Keep it as short as possible
 
* Keep it as short as possible
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* Note: If you need to change your title do it before editing; otherwise use ‘Move Page’ function.
  
 
==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
 
* Concise lead section or introduction  
 
* Concise lead section or introduction  
 
* 1-4 paragraphs long
 
* 1-4 paragraphs long
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* Do not write ‘introduction’ as a heading – just write the paragraph at the start of article.
  
 
==The article==
 
==The article==
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* Provide relevant context (policy, practice, science).  
 
* Provide relevant context (policy, practice, science).  
 
* Consider important interactions with other components of the coastal system.  
 
* Consider important interactions with other components of the coastal system.  
* Wiki [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Cheatsheet quick reference] guide and [[#References and external links|resources]] at bottom of this page: tells you how to produce links, emphasise text, lists, headlines etc.  
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*Manual: tells you how to produce links, emphasise text, lists, headlines etc.  
 
* Link to other relevant coastal wiki articles.  
 
* Link to other relevant coastal wiki articles.  
 
* Don’t enter into details if good references and links to detailed information are available.  
 
* Don’t enter into details if good references and links to detailed information are available.  
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# Use analogies and comparisons to illustrate
 
# Use analogies and comparisons to illustrate
  
==References and external links==
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==References==
* Link to resources and information already available (but only if not copyright)
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* For references used in article
:* Quick reference [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Cheatsheet Cheatsheet]
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* Type <nowiki><references/></nowiki> to generate automatic reference list
:* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page#Links_and_URLs How to edit a page] - minor and major edits, markup, links, images, character formatting, contents etc
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:* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Editing_tips_and_tricks Editing tips and tricks] - Basic text formatting, HTML tags, organising writing, links, mathematical formulas etc
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* Reference articles used
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==See also==
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*Link to related WIKI articles – search the database to see what’s out there.
  
Include ''Date, authors name(s), affiliation, email(opt).''
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==External Links==
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* Link to resources and information already available (but only if not copyright).
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Don't forget authorship:
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''Author: Authors name(s), affiliation, date, email(opt).''

Versie van 16 feb 2007 om 11:21

Subject title

  • Keep it as short as possible
  • Note: If you need to change your title do it before editing; otherwise use ‘Move Page’ function.

Introduction

  • Concise lead section or introduction
  • 1-4 paragraphs long
  • Do not write ‘introduction’ as a heading – just write the paragraph at the start of article.

The article

  • Put your main text in this section.
  • Provide relevant context (policy, practice, science).
  • Consider important interactions with other components of the coastal system.
  • Manual: tells you how to produce links, emphasise text, lists, headlines etc.
  • Link to other relevant coastal wiki articles.
  • Don’t enter into details if good references and links to detailed information are available.
  • Article length – between a few hundred to a few thousand words.
  • Other tips:
  1. Separate major sections of article with section headlines.
  2. Use heirachial heading structure
  3. Box text for effect
  4. Define terms
  5. Add relevant images or graphics, tables
  6. Use analogies and comparisons to illustrate

References

  • For references used in article
  • Type <references/> to generate automatic reference list

See also

  • Link to related WIKI articles – search the database to see what’s out there.

External Links

  • Link to resources and information already available (but only if not copyright).


Don't forget authorship: Author: Authors name(s), affiliation, date, email(opt).