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There are four easy ways to start a new page:
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There are three easy ways to start a new page:
  
# You can click a red link to the title of the new page from an existing one.  For example, to create an article called "This link", you could click [[This link]].  You can also create the link yourself, in a related page or index page. Links on related pages are not only convenient for navigation, but also make people aware of the new page.  
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# You can click a red link to the title of the new page from an existing one.  For example, to create an article called "This link", you could click <font color="#CC2200">This link</font>.  You can also create the link yourself, in a related page or index page. Links on related pages are not only convenient for navigation, but also make people aware of the new page.  
 
# You can also start a new page by typing the URL directly. An easy way to produce the URL is editing the last part of the URL of another page in the same project. (For example, if you would like to create "This link", go to <nowiki>http://wikibound.info/This_link</nowiki>.) To prevent your new page being an "orphan", you should link to it from other pages.
 
# You can also start a new page by typing the URL directly. An easy way to produce the URL is editing the last part of the URL of another page in the same project. (For example, if you would like to create "This link", go to <nowiki>http://wikibound.info/This_link</nowiki>.) To prevent your new page being an "orphan", you should link to it from other pages.
 
#If you search for a page that is not yet on this wiki, you will see a red link at the top of the search list.  Clicking this is another way to get to the edit page for the new article.
 
#If you search for a page that is not yet on this wiki, you will see a red link at the top of the search list.  Clicking this is another way to get to the edit page for the new article.
  
 
Before creating a page, be sure to [[Help:Searching|search]] to see whether there is already a page with a name very like the one you propose. Splitting pages later is easier than merging near-duplicates.
 
Before creating a page, be sure to [[Help:Searching|search]] to see whether there is already a page with a name very like the one you propose. Splitting pages later is easier than merging near-duplicates.

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There are three easy ways to start a new page:

  1. You can click a red link to the title of the new page from an existing one. For example, to create an article called "This link", you could click This link. You can also create the link yourself, in a related page or index page. Links on related pages are not only convenient for navigation, but also make people aware of the new page.
  2. You can also start a new page by typing the URL directly. An easy way to produce the URL is editing the last part of the URL of another page in the same project. (For example, if you would like to create "This link", go to http://wikibound.info/This_link.) To prevent your new page being an "orphan", you should link to it from other pages.
  3. If you search for a page that is not yet on this wiki, you will see a red link at the top of the search list. Clicking this is another way to get to the edit page for the new article.

Before creating a page, be sure to search to see whether there is already a page with a name very like the one you propose. Splitting pages later is easier than merging near-duplicates.

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