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Wikiafripedia is an encyclopedia brought to you by a vibrant community of volunteers, content marketers and paid contributors. Our mission is to share accepted knowledge to benefit people who want to learn.

As a general purpose, online encyclopedia, Wikiafripedia is accessible to all, and have been read by many kinds of people, even teenagers again-and-again. It includes scholarly work such as origin research in special categories. Wikiafripedia helps you write about topics that are notable, using verifiable information, in a neutral tone. At present, There are 6,263 active contributors, who have contributed about 29,285 articles in English. Wikiafripedia is rich in content, diverse in knowledge, reliable in time and free of charge. The Wikiafripedia project is supported by the nonprofit Wikiafrimedia Foundation. learn more.

Introduction to Wikiafripedia

Welcome to Wikiafripedia! Anyone can edit almost every page, and many already have.

This page takes you through a set of tutorials aimed at complete newcomers interested in contributing. It covers all the basics needed to navigate, comment on, and contribute to Wikiafripedia articles.

Get started
Policies and Guidelines

The Wiki markup source editor shows the underlying page source code, and works like a plain text file. Links and other items are indicated using simple code like this: [[Earth]].

Editing
Referencing
Images
Tables
Talk pages

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VisualEditor works more like a word processor and hides the underlying source code. Links and other items are edited using toolbar and pop-up interfaces.

Editing
Referencing
Images
Tables

Navigating Wikiafripedia
Manual of Style
Conclusion


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For more training information, see also:

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Experience editor
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If you already have experience with editing, you can use our article wizard to create new articles. In just a few steps, you'll be on your way to contributing to Wikiafripedia.

But...
Original Research
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Wikiafripedia articles in mainspace must not contain origin research. Articles such as a undergraduate research, thesis or dissertation which contain new analysis or synthesis of published material that serves to reach or imply a conclusion not clearly stated by the sources themselves should be copywriten in a scholar namespace, where it might serve as a learning point to future researchers.
WikiLoves Passion
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Writing an article is not the same as Copywriting your research—It can take time especially when following content policies like Wikiafripedia:Core content policies to ensure that only verifiable knowledge is published. As such, many people especially those in developing countries might hoard knowledge for the lacked of an incentive. It is totally understandable, which is why we encourage you to monetize your content. We will be happy to see more contributions from South-east Asia and Africa.



Wikiafripedia is an encyclopedia brought to you by a vibrant community of volunteers, content marketers and paid contributors. Our mission is to share accepted knowledge to benefit people who want to learn.

As a general purpose, online encyclopedia, Wikiafripedia is accessible to all, and have been read by many kinds of people, even teenagers again-and-again. It includes scholarly work such as origin research in special categories. Wikiafripedia helps you write about topics that are notable, using verifiable information, in a neutral tone. At present, There are 6,263 active contributors, who have contributed about 29,285 articles in English. Wikiafripedia is rich in content, diverse in knowledge, reliable in time and free of charge. The Wikiafripedia project is supported by the nonprofit Wikiafrimedia Foundation. learn more.

Introduction to Wikiafripedia

Welcome to Wikiafripedia! Anyone can edit almost every page, and many already have.

This page takes you through a set of tutorials aimed at complete newcomers interested in contributing. It covers all the basics needed to navigate, comment on, and contribute to Wikiafripedia articles.

Get started
Policies and Guidelines

The Wiki markup source editor shows the underlying page source code, and works like a plain text file. Links and other items are indicated using simple code like this: [[Earth]].

Editing
Referencing
Images
Tables
Talk pages

VisualEditor-logo.svg
VisualEditor works more like a word processor and hides the underlying source code. Links and other items are edited using toolbar and pop-up interfaces.

Editing
Referencing
Images
Tables

Navigating Wikiafripedia
Manual of Style
Conclusion


View all as single page



Experience editor
Qualidade-5-.svg
Qualidade-5-.svg
If you already have experience with editing, you can use our article wizard to create new articles. In just a few steps, you'll be on your way to contributing to Wikiafripedia.

But...
Original Research
Manusingmicroscope.jpg
Manusingmicroscope.jpg
Wikiafripedia articles in mainspace must not contain origin research. Articles such as a undergraduate research, thesis or dissertation which contain new analysis or synthesis of published material that serves to reach or imply a conclusion not clearly stated by the sources themselves should be copywriten in a scholar namespace, where it might serve as a learning point to future researchers.
WikiLoves Passion
WikiLoveAfrica.png
WikiLoveAfrica.png
Writing an article is not the same as Copywriting your research—It can take time especially when following content policies like Wikiafripedia:Core content policies to ensure that only verifiable knowledge is published. As such, many people especially those in developing countries might hoard knowledge for the lacked of an incentive. It is totally understandable, which is why we encourage you to monetize your content. We will be happy to see more contributions from South-east Asia and Africa.