Hi, sorry, I was used to the doing things in the QuixtarWiki form, I'll keep it in mind for further adds.
The only info I have on Karl and Ruby Meyer is what was on QuixtarWiki. If the info is invalid, let's set the record straight.
Thanks for cleaning up the Bell/Covington/Miller/Britt "stuff". I'm not real good at placing Hyper links and footnotes etc...
- no problem --IBOFightback 15:47, 30 January 2008 (CST)
Hi, each time I try to upload the image to amwaywiki, I need to do it twice. The first attempt always ends up with a non-readable picture. Can you fix it?--SP75 11:38, 19 April 2009 (UTC)
- Any error message at all? --IBOFightback 14:05, 19 April 2009 (UTC)
- No, I get no error messages. I just can't see the picture I have uploaded. After uploading the same picture for the second time, everything is OK. I will now upload a test picture and will not reload it, so that you can see.
Manual of Style
Hi there. I've only recently discovered this project, but I foresee it stealing a lot of hours in the future... I'm both an IBO and a devout Wikipedian - the latter forming the basis for my question: Does this project have a Manual of Style similar to the one Wikipedia uses? And if so, where do I find it? I'd like to be well informed before I'm too many edits down the line :-)
Otherwise, thank you for creating this project - I share your belief that it's sorely needed! --Medic 23:14, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
I've noticed that although there are plenty of categories, there seems to be very few sub-categories. Is this a consciuos choice, or simply another item on the to-do list? An example: Amway Denmark has both the cat Markets and the cat Denmark. IMHO Denmark could easily be a sub-category to Markets, thus facilitating page searches in the future? If this is a task to be undertaken I'll happily volunteer :-) --Medic 13:00, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
- go for it! --IBOFightback 14:47, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
Hi there. I've noticed that SP75 is quite vigilant in deleting spammers on the site - excellent! However, rather than me replacing the text in an article with "MARKED FOR DELETION" I wonder if there's a template I could use instead, like I'm used to from Wikipedia? If there isn't... is that a conscious choice, or simply another item on the to-do list? Cheers, Medic 06:21, 26 May 2009 (UTC)