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quick help

Page history last edited by Jen Robinson 14 years, 5 months ago

To add your reviews to this WIKI, each review needs to be added manually. Here are the steps:


1. Find the page for your genre/author name/etc. We enter reviews by author last name and by title, so in most cases you'll be editing two different pages.


2. Once you're on that page, click the "EDIT" link in the upper left-hand corner, next to where it says "VIEW". If you are not logged in, you'll be prompted to either request an account, or log in to an existing account.


3. Put your cursor in the row where you need to add your title, press return to create a new blank row for yourself, and enter your information. Format for author pages is:


Author Name (ill. Illustrator Name). Book title (linked and in italics) [Your Blog Name Review]


for title pages, use:


Book title (linked and in italics), by Author Name (ill. Illustrator Name) [Your Blog Name Review]


4. To create the link, use the link icon in the toolbar, and then select "URL" from the drop-down. Make sure your URL includes the http:// (otherwise it will try to link internally to the wiki).


5. For the [Your Blog Name Review], be consistent in what you enter. Then you'll be able to use that to pull up all of your reviews. e.g. [Big A little a Review].


6. Press SAVE in the lower left-hand corner.


If you accidentally delete anything, just let us know - the PBWIKI software does store old versions of pages. And if you have questions, feel free to email books@jkrconsult.com. Thanks! -- Jen Robinson

Comments (1)

Susan Stephenson said

at 6:14 am on May 1, 2009

Thank you Jen, on behalf of all my not-so-savvy brethren!

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