How to Add Pages to the Article ListingEdit

6 Easy Steps:

1) Hover your mouse over site navigation.

2) Click Article Listing

3) Find the letter the page belongs in. (Example: Dancing Baby goes under D for Dancing. The Dancing Baby goes under D as well. See the special rules below.)

4) Click on the letter.

5) Find where the pasta's name goes in alphabetic order ( Dancing baby goes after Demitri's journal and before Dancing Guys.)

6) Edit the page and add the pasta by clicking edit. Click on the button on the upper part of your screen that looks like a chain link. Fill out the top info by cutting and pasting the URL to the page, and then below that put the name of the page. After you have done that, click To A Wiki Page. Press the PREVIEW button (to the left of PUBLISH) to see if you did it right and-if so-publish.

Special RulesEdit

If a page's name starts with the words A, AN, or THE, you would add the page to the section that has the same letter as the NEXT WORD in the title.

For instance, The Dancing Baby would go under D for Dancing Baby, The. To alphabetize the link, under where you paste the URL, put Dancing Baby, The.

If you do place A, AN, THE titled page either A or T. You will recieve the same punishment as if you didn't update it. You will be banned for a day and it will be doubled each time you violate the rule.

What Happens if I Don't Update?Edit

Failure to update the article listing will result in an automatic blocking of your account each you neglect to do so.

For the first time you do not add your page to the article listing, you will be banned for 24 hours (1 day). Each time after that, the length will double. The second time you fail to update the listing, you will receive a 2 day ban, then after that 4 days, then 8 days, and so on.

Advanced Link-CreationEditEdit

For a quick and easy method of creating links for the Article Listing and anywhere else on the site, just surround the NAME of the page EXACTLY as it appears with a pair of square brackets.

If you want to change what the link says, use a pipe ("|") character between the actual page name and the text you want to appear.