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I've been deleting your "Hello my name is.." pages because they appear to be test edits. I apologise if this is not the case but making one page with one sentence looks like a test to me.

Nathan (talk) 11:27, 11 September 2007 (EDT)

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Please feel free to click the + on my talk page to leave a message; it leaves your message in a new section that I notice right away without looking for it. :)

About your question - I've been deleting those pages because I wasn't sure if they were just testing out the wiki or what. So, my fault entirely.

There isn't really a way to put all those posts together unless you edit some pages like:

Then in http://bluwiki.com/go/Name_of_your_school_here, you can link to all of the pages (I can help if needed).

...or some sort of organisational structure like that, if you get my idea. If you need me to clarify, I can try.

Regarding your question about security: Anyone can edit anyone else's pages (which is the original intention of a Wiki, to allow collaborative editing - but we're working on a mechanism to restrict editing of pages to their original posters). We have a devil of a time with spam sometimes, as you can imagine.

Also, only a small subset of HTML works here, not tags like <html>, <head>, anything inside of <head>, <a>.. </a>, <script>, <applet>, <param>, and some other tags. Wikipedia:Help:Editing gives some pointers on wiki markup (which isn't at all necessary to learn) - usually in a wiki, you can just type whatever you want and click Save Page.

Nathan (talk) 18:56, 11 September 2007 (EDT)

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