User talk:Resantos

Revision as of 08:28, 28 February 2009 by Jmtirao (talk | contribs) (Sinag to SINAG)


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--Jmtirao 15:03, 28 February 2009 (UTC)

CSSP

Hi, I inserted template on Sinag page. If you want to create new articles regarding to CSSP, kindly navigate on the template I inserted on Sinag below. If your desired article is not existing on pre-defined links on the CSSP template, kindly contact me on the link above it. Also, you may insert such template to all CSSP-related articles:

{{CSSP}}

As well as you may categorize your new article. Good luck!--Jmtirao 15:14, 28 February 2009 (UTC)

Sinag to SINAG

Do you see the "Move" tab on the lowest portion of the Sinag page? That's it. It will redirect you into a move page for Sinag, that is, moving the name of Sinag into SINAG. SO we have a documentation there and it will be useful to you. I may recommend you another procedure, but using "Move" tab is a lot better than what I am thinking (which is full of instructions). You just specify your reason/s on the space provided and iskWiki will automatically create new redirect page for SINAG from Sinag.

^_^ Please reply to my talk/discussion page ^_^ --Jmtirao 15:25, 28 February 2009 (UTC)

I learned you are also an eng'g student, right? If you created an engineering (college) related article/s, you may navigate from here Template:Engg. and insert the code on the lowest portion of the new page:
{{Engg}}


You can use proper categorization as what I said above.--Jmtirao 15:28, 28 February 2009 (UTC)