Examples of correctly formatting external resources:
The first step when writing a new article is to collect resources. Resources can be external articles, books, movies, and more. Here are a few tips when collecting resources:
When you add an illustration you will be given an option to edit the captions at the bottom. We recommend the following format of the caption:
We prefer not to use footnotes, as they make a text hard to read. However, if you still want to use them (for example if you are reusing existing work), follow these guidelines:
When writing articles, we might want to explain certain concepts, use of words, or stress a caveat. You can use either asterisk (*) or numbers (1) (2) … (n) in case you will be using multiple footnotes. The related footnotes are placed at the bottom of the main article, before chapters and other links in the section titled “Footnotes”. Examples can be found in the article Riot Medicine.