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Issue with Links

Dear Jimmy1000,

We appreciate all of the work you are doing on the FamilySearch wiki.

However, we need you to use words for your links and then add your link to the words.

For example:

On the Indians of Michigan article you recently edited.

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Should be posted on the article as:

Square bracket - external link - space - name you want to show up in the wiki article - closing square bracket.

I've changed this specific link in that article for your reference.

If you can change all of the links you've added using this method, it will be greatly appreciated. Otherwise, we are going to have to pull folks off of their projects to make those changes.

Again, thanks for all of the work you are doing. A few minor entry changes will make the articles work well for all of our patrons.

Ldrew 19:55, 29 July 2013 (UTC)



Thank you for all the work on the Michigan County pages. If you would like some help in clean up the pages and converting your links into hot links please contact me and I will help you.

Thanks again for your work. Rick Wiki Support Staff

Welcome, Jimmy1000, We are happy that you have joined the research community of FamilySearch Research Wiki. We want to help you enjoy your involvement in this wiki community. Thank you for contributing to the Ingham County, Michigan page in the Research Wiki. You are not alone. I am one of several people on the Welcoming Committee for FamilySearch Wiki. Each of us wants to make your time on the Wiki a fulfilling, and worthwhile experience. As a new contributor, you may feel a little overwhelmed at the scope of the Wiki. If and when you need help please contact me (Hncamp) for assistance. If I don’t know the answer, I will find someone who does.

Review the Wiki Tour to get you started and help

Thanks again and welcome aboard,
Hncamp 15:33, 14 May 2013 (UTC) PS: I appreciate your contributions and the work you are doing on the FamilySearch Wiki! Remember that as part of our Community you are contributing to its quality. A worldwide community, contributing information for which they are experts, can provide a repository of genealogical excellence and unrivaled information for the entire world. Hncamp 10:33, 14 May 2013 (CDT)

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