Dan Polansky

Member since January, 2008

Dan Polansky is a contributor to Wikibooks and Wiktionary (Wiktionary:User:Dan Polansky).

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BookshelfEdit

CapitalizationEdit

Capitalization of sections: no policy. See also Wikibooks:Reading room/Assistance#Capitalization_of_sections.

Capitalization of sections in featured books
Featured book Capitalization of sections Note
Rhetoric and Composition title case
Special Relativity sentence case
Lucid Dreaming mixed, mostly sentence case
Guitar title case
C_Sharp_Programming mixed, mostly sentence case
Anatomy and Physiology of Animals title case
Basic Physics of Nuclear Medicine title case

CategoryEdit

  • Each book chapter should be placed into a category sharing the name with the book. {{chapter navigation}} does it automatically. Alternative: {{BookCat}}.

DeletionEdit

Featured booksEdit

FormattingEdit

Table formatting
Formatting Note
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class: wikitable Looks just like prettytable. Looks differently from wikipedia.
{{prettytable}} Looks just like the two above.

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InclusionEdit

Inclusion criteria, on original research: WB:WIW.

IndexEdit

LinksEdit

MovingEdit

  • To move a whole book: TODO.

NavigationEdit

NotesEdit

  • TOC
  • TOC title
    • "Contents" - preferred per WB:MOS
    • ""Table of contents"
  • Contributors
    • Where to put them?
    • None - LaTeX, and some other featured books.
    • Javascript/Appendices/List of Contributors

PoliciesEdit

Wikibooks policies:

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RulesEdit

  • Book chapters have no categories, only the books; they have the one category named exactly same as the book.
  • Do not create two-paragraph stubs or placeholders of books. If you want to create a book, do it in a greater scope to get it started. A link to a policy is missing.

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