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Formatting conventions
Standard formatting conventions used for proofreading on Wikisource.
 

The following conventions are considered best practices for pages in the Page: namespace (DjVu files, PDFs and other files which use the ProofreadPage extension). For general article formatting conventions and guidelines see Wikisource:Style guide.

Running headers[ಸಂಪಾದಿಸಿ]

  • A scanned page's header and footer often include page number and titles, each of which are not needed for the new page. Place this information in the header and footer edit boxes, accessed by clicking the Button category plus.png which appears above the edit window. The {{RunningHeader}} template is useful for formatting these headers, and is used as follows:
{{RunningHeader|left=|center=|right=}}
Text in the left, center, or right parameters will appear on the same line.
  • Remove end-of-line hyphens and line breaks. To start a new paragraph, MediaWiki pages use two line breaks (i.e. press return twice).

Hyphenated end of page words[ಸಂಪಾದಿಸಿ]

{{hws|FIRST HALF OF WORD|WHOLE WORD}}
{{hwe|LAST HALF OF WORD|WHOLE WORD}}
  • When hyphenating words which contain a hyphen, include the complete words (including its hyphenation) in the WHOLE WORD. Otherwise, the words will be broken on transclusion. For example: the word "able-bodied"
{{hws|able-|able-bodied}} {{hwe|bodied|able-bodied}}
  • Alternatively, use {{lps}} and {{lpe}}. These templates are also used when a wikilink goes across a page break.
{{lps|hws=able-|hyph=|hwe=bodied}} {{lpe|hws=able-|hyph=|hwe=bodied}}

Paragraph ending at the bottom of a page[ಸಂಪಾದಿಸಿ]

  • Using standard templates instead of other types of markup, gives Wikisource protection from undesirable external changes. eg. Use {{right}} instead of <p align="right">.
    • If you need to indicate a word/phrase should be in Small Caps, use the {{small-caps}} template.
  • Footnotes in the print version of the book should be implemented using the <ref></ref> and <references/> (or {{smallrefs}}) mark up.