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:a. Read the page and click on all blue links.  
 
:a. Read the page and click on all blue links.  
 
:b. Confirm that each link goes to the correct website.  
 
:b. Confirm that each link goes to the correct website.  
:c. If the link does not go to the correct website, send an e-mail to the project director and report the broken link(s). [[HardestyPN@familysearch.org|HardestyPN]]
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:c. If the link does not go to the correct website, send an e-mail to the project director and report the broken link(s). [Mailto:HardestyPN@familysearch.org]
  
 
4. Mark the [[FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject Ontario Tasks - Locate Broken Links#Assignment_Chart|Assignment Chart]] below to indicate you have finished the task.
 
4. Mark the [[FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject Ontario Tasks - Locate Broken Links#Assignment_Chart|Assignment Chart]] below to indicate you have finished the task.

Revision as of 22:39, 15 March 2013

WikiProject Ontario Gotoarrow.png Wiki Project Ontario Tasks – Locate Broken Links

Description

The purpose of this task is to find any broken links on Ontario Province topic pages.
This task is beginner task and requires basic experience with opening, reading, and reporting about linked websites.


New to the wiki?

  • See Help to request individual mentoring or to join community discussions.
  • See Editing Help – Online Video Demonstration.
  • See Editing Articles – Online Class.

Questions about editing this project?

You may wish to print these instructions before you begin editing.

To Print:

  • Go to the top right-hand corner of the page within the the white area.
  • Locate the word Print or the icon of a printer. Click on the icon.
  • Print.

Instructions

1. Check the Assignment Chart below to choose an Ontario topic to edit.

2. Sign up on the Assignment Chart to accept the task. Sign-up instructions are posted with the Assignment Chart below.

3. For each topic page:

a. Read the page and click on all blue links.
b. Confirm that each link goes to the correct website.
c. If the link does not go to the correct website, send an e-mail to the project director and report the broken link(s). [1]

4. Mark the Assignment Chart below to indicate you have finished the task.

Assignment Chart

If you are accepting this task:

1. Sign in to the wiki at the upper right-hand corner of this page. Use your FamilySearch account username and password.
2. Open the Assignment Chart for editing by clicking on the check mark in the box at the right opposite the Assignment Table heading.
3. Place your cursor in the box under the heading Name/Date Task Accepted and opposite your topic of choice.
4. Not all topics are included in the chart below. If your topic is not listed, this task is not yet ready for editing.
5. Type 4 tildes (~). This symbol is located on the upper left-hand part of your keyboard, next to the number 1. The ~~~~ is an electronic signature and will leave your user name and date when you signed.
6. Scroll nearly to the bottom of the page. Add a summary sentence in the Summary box saying something like, "Selected Census."
7. Click on the box "Save Page".
8. You are now signed up to complete this task.
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If you are completing this task:

  • Follow the same instructions as accepting the task, except place your cursor in the correct county box under the heading Date Completed. Change your summary sentence to something like, "Completed Census."
Topic Name/Date Task Accepted Date Completed
Census

Vital Records

Church Records

Land Records

Probate