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#You must be logged in.
 
#You must be logged in.
#Add a line to the list of conditioners on this page with your conditioner's name and a summary of its purpose.
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#Add a line to the list of conditioners on the [[Portal:Conditioners directory]] page with your conditioner's name and a summary of its purpose.
 
#:(See [[Help:Editing wiki articles]].)  
 
#:(See [[Help:Editing wiki articles]].)  
#Click the resulting link to create a new article modeled on [[example conditioner]].  To do so:
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#Click the resulting link to create a new article modeled on [[example conditioner]].  (If needed, review [[Help:Adding an article]].) To do so:
 
##In the new article, type <code><nowiki> {{subst::Example conditioner}}</nowiki></code>
 
##In the new article, type <code><nowiki> {{subst::Example conditioner}}</nowiki></code>
 
##Save the page. This fills in the text from [[example conditioner]].
 
##Save the page. This fills in the text from [[example conditioner]].

Latest revision as of 22:14, 30 November 2008

To add your conditioner to the Conditioners directory:

  1. You must be logged in.
  2. Add a line to the list of conditioners on the Portal:Conditioners directory page with your conditioner's name and a summary of its purpose.
    (See Help:Editing wiki articles.)
  3. Click the resulting link to create a new article modeled on example conditioner. (If needed, review Help:Adding an article.) To do so:
    1. In the new article, type {{subst::Example conditioner}}
    2. Save the page. This fills in the text from example conditioner.
    3. Click the page's edit tab and customize.