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When I create a new Wikipedia page, I look at the code behind another page that is similar to the page I want to create. That way, I can follow conventions and have the result look similar to other pages in terms of layout. This makes it easier for users.
I often create the content (with formatting code and link code and all) in a separate text editor file and paste it into the Wikipedia edit page when I'm ready.
And of course, always Preview before Saving.

Thanks for pulling this altogether. Makes a really interesting post. I’m really enjoying your blog.............

@Annie - glad the post gave you an incentive to research a potential option for your business.

@Stefan - it's definitely an interesting process. As a company person, I would consider it my duty to amend incorrect information. Pointing to unbiased, third party sources, can be very helpful in doing that. Over the years, I've had more issues with incorrect information written by third parties and not confirmed with the sources. For example, media stories... a conversation for another day.

@Gavin - good to know about Chris ;)

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