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Thanks for using [[Main Page|OpenWetWare]]! We hope you find it to your liking.   
Thanks for using [[Main Page|OpenWetWare]]! We hope you find it to your liking.   
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A quick suggestion - you might consider naming all of your lab pages in the form <code>{{{LabName}}}:XXX</code>.  This lets you 'dewikify' the page.  See [[Smolke]] vs [http://smolke.openwetware.org|the dewikified version] for example.  (Generally, your lab home page can then be named <code>{{{LabName}}}</code>.)  
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A quick suggestion - you might consider naming all of your lab pages in the form <code>{{{LabName}}}:XXX</code>.  This lets you 'dewikify' the page.  See [[Smolke]] vs [http://smolke.openwetware.org the dewikified version] for an example.  (Generally, your lab home page can then be named <code>{{{LabName}}}</code>.)  
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It is best to avoid generic page names like <code>{{{CurrentPageName}}}</code>, since there can only be one page on OWW with a given name. Perhaps <code>{{{LabName}}}:{{{CurrentPageName}}}</code>?
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It is best to avoid generic page names like <code>{{{CurrentPageName}}}</code>, since there can only be one page on OWW with a given name. Perhaps <code>{{{LabName}}}:{{{CurrentPageName}}}</code>? (This also has the added benefit of identifying the page as belonging to your lab so that other OWW users don't edit it by mistake.)
See [[Help:Page naming conventions]] for general guidelines on how to name pages.  To rename pages that you've already created, please see [[Help:Renaming pages]].
See [[Help:Page naming conventions]] for general guidelines on how to name pages.  To rename pages that you've already created, please see [[Help:Renaming pages]].
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If you have any questions or need help, feel free to contact me on my talk page. Good luck!
If you have any questions or need help, feel free to contact me on my talk page. Good luck!
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Hello {{{User}}},

Thanks for using OpenWetWare! We hope you find it to your liking.

A quick suggestion - you might consider naming all of your lab pages in the form {{{LabName}}}:XXX. This lets you 'dewikify' the page. See Smolke vs the dewikified version for an example. (Generally, your lab home page can then be named {{{LabName}}}.)

It is best to avoid generic page names like {{{CurrentPageName}}}, since there can only be one page on OWW with a given name. Perhaps {{{LabName}}}:{{{CurrentPageName}}}? (This also has the added benefit of identifying the page as belonging to your lab so that other OWW users don't edit it by mistake.)

See Help:Page naming conventions for general guidelines on how to name pages. To rename pages that you've already created, please see Help:Renaming pages.

If you have any questions or need help, feel free to contact me on my talk page. Good luck!

Thanks,

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