Talk:Guide for People Pages By Vyolante
Hey hey! I noticed an edit to the page - but it didn't show up in my watchlist. Please let me know by commenting to the talk what you've changed and why - because I'm sure to learn from it!
--Vyolante 22:55, 7 June 2010 (UTC)
I clarified part of the section about using the css file to format the tables. You can actually go to a page then click on the history tab, and compare any 2 versions of a page and see what was changed. I also try to always include a summary explaining what I changed on a page.
I have installed a plugin that allows us to create Cascading Style Sheets, (CSS) which are used to customize the appearance of pages or of elements in a page. The formating on tables, or the background on the Crown pages are examples of this. Style Page will give you more information about this.
If you are signed in and you select the Recent Changes from the box on the right, you will see a link on the right for RSS / Atom. If you use a RSS reader such as Google Reader to follow blogs this will allow you to subscribe to the recent changes and receive a notice anytime anything is changed. Comes in very handy.
Fitzmorgan 03:36, 8 June 2010 (UTC)