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Wikitravel articles should be useful for both on-line and printed use. Try not to make any assumptions about the medium your reader is using. Phrases like "Click the link below" or "Turn to page 47" should be avoided.
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Wikitravel articles should be useful for both on-line and printed use. Try not to make any assumptions about the medium your reader is using.
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Phrases like "Click the link below" or "Turn to page 47" should be avoided. Instead, say (for example) "See the Sleep section", which you can format as <nowiki>"See the  [[#Sleep|Sleep]] section"</nowiki> to provide a handy fast-forward link for online users.
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Revision as of 17:08, 5 March 2005

Wikitravel articles should be useful for both on-line and printed use. Try not to make any assumptions about the medium your reader is using.

Phrases like "Click the link below" or "Turn to page 47" should be avoided. Instead, say (for example) "See the Sleep section", which you can format as "See the [[#Sleep|Sleep]] section" to provide a handy fast-forward link for online users.

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