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{{Guideline}} {{-}} Don’t include listings or complete records, rather, link externally to the source. Don’t include lengthy poems, speeches or other source text. Link to it. {{main|Create an external link}}  
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Don’t include listings or complete records, rather, link externally to the source. Don’t include lengthy poems, speeches or other source text. Link to it.
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It may be tempting to copy vast amounts of public domain text into the wiki. Far better to add a brief quote or summary and then link to the public domain source material, so that the research can benefit from consulting the whole worked if wanted.
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It may be tempting to copy vast amounts of public domain text into the wiki. Far better to add a brief quote or summary and then link to the public domain source material, so that researchers can find and benefit from consulting the whole work if needed. {{see also|FamilySearch Wiki:Copyrights}}  
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Latest revision as of 19:38, 29 April 2014

Blue check.png This page documents a guideline. It is a generally accepted standard that contributors should attempt to follow, though it is best treated with common sense and the occasional exception.

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Don’t include listings or complete records, rather, link externally to the source. Don’t include lengthy poems, speeches or other source text. Link to it.
Main article: Create an external link


It may be tempting to copy vast amounts of public domain text into the wiki. Far better to add a brief quote or summary and then link to the public domain source material, so that researchers can find and benefit from consulting the whole work if needed.
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