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When giving a name to a page or a new article think about how native language speakers would search for that article. Use the same key words you would use in searching for the article in the title you give it, including variations of the locality name. Avoid ambiguous words or phrases.
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When giving a name to a page or a new article think about how native language speakers would search for that article. Use the same key words you would use in searching for the article in the title you give it, including variations of the locality name. [[FamilySearch Wiki:Disambiguation|Avoid ambiguous]] words or phrases.
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Please visit the [[Policy Talk:Page or article naming|Page or article naming Discussion]] page to add comments or suggestions for further development of the policy related page or article naming.  
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Help:Naming conventions]]
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* [[FamilySearch Wiki:Naming conventions]]
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* [[FamilySearch Wiki:Naming Conventions for Geographic Names]]
  
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{{Policies and guidelines}}

Revision as of 14:06, 15 March 2011

Green check.png This page explains a policy, a widely accepted standard that all contributors should normally follow. Changes made to it should reflect consensus.

Please visit the talk page to add comments or suggestions for further development of the policy.

When giving a name to a page or a new article think about how native language speakers would search for that article. Use the same key words you would use in searching for the article in the title you give it, including variations of the locality name. Avoid ambiguous words or phrases.

See also