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Example Workflows

Let's assume you read the article Steroid hormones.

  • If you want to improve or extend an existing article you just have to click the edit button at the top of the page. This will give you a page where you are able to edit the source of the article. For further information see Editing an article.
  • Assume there is the word membrane in the article. If you want the describe the word membrane in a new article you just have to do the following:
  1. Click the edit button in the article Steroid hormones.
  2. Mark the word membrane in the textfield with the sourcecode, and click the button Internal Link. The word membrane will be enclosed in two brackets. Of course, you can enclose the word with brackets directly in the sourcecode. Click here for further information about creating internal links.
  3. After that, click the save button and see the result of the article Steroid hormones. You will see the word membrane as a red-coloured link.
  4. When you click this link you will be redirected to the new empty page membrane.
  5. That's it. Put your content for the word membrane into the new article membrane.
  • Assume you search for the article oxidation by clicking the Go button. If there is no article called oxidation you get a message about it and the suggestion to create a new article called oxidation. The only thing you have to do is click the link shown to create the new article oxidation. That's it - put your content to the new page/article and click the save button.

Editing an existing article

Don't be afraid to editanyone can edit almost any page, and we encourage you to be bold! Find something that can be improved, whether content, grammar or formatting, and make it better.

You can't break the Lipidomics Wiki. Anything can be fixed or improved later. So go ahead, edit an article and help make Wikipedia the best information source on the Internet!

Make your first edit right now

  1. Click edit this page above
  2. Type a message
  3. Click save page to save your writing (for further experiments use the sandbox)
    ...or "show preview" to test your changes
  4. Please, no profanity, libel, or personal attacks.
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