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=== Instructions for creating a page for your center in the Wiki:  ===
 
=== Instructions for creating a page for your center in the Wiki:  ===
  
:#[[Image:Search box.jpg|right|150px]]First, check to '''see if your FHC has already been created''' in FamilySearch Wiki by typing in the name in the search box and clicking the search button. It may have already been created for you. If it has been created, check the '''tabs above''' to learn how to add information about your FHC to the page. If not, go to the next step.<br><br>  
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:#[[Image:Search box.jpg|right|150px]]'''Do a search for your FHC in the wiki'''<br><br>Check to see if your FHC has already been created in FamilySearch Wiki by typing in the name in the search box and clicking the search button. Most FHCs already have wiki pages created for them; they just need filling out.<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;
:#'''How to create a page for your FHC page.'''  
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:#*If it has been created, see [[Help:Adding details to a Family History Center page|Adding details to a Family History Center page]] for guidelines and instructions on filling out your page.  
:##In the Search box, '''type in the name of your FHC''' using the format of town, state, and the words "Family History Center." For example "San Francisco California Family History Center." Use '''no commas''' between the name of the town and state.  
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:#*If it has NOT been created, go to the next step.<br><br>
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:#'''Create a page for your FHC''' <br><br>
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:##In the Search box, '''type in the name of your FHC''' using the format of town, state, and the words "Family History Center." For example ''San Francisco California Family History Center''. Use '''no commas''' between the name of the town and state.  
 
:##Click the search button.  
 
:##Click the search button.  
:##Under the '''Search Results''' heading, and above all the search results, you'll see this title you just type to be in red type.  
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:##Under the '''Search Results''' heading, and above all the search results, you'll see the title you just typed in red. That shows there is no FHC under that title in the FamilySearch Wiki.  
:##Click on the '''red title in red''' and it will take you to the page that you will edit to create your FHC page.  
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:##Click on the '''red title''' and it will take you to an editing box that you will add the information about your FHC.  
:##Click on&nbsp;'''Wikitext '''in the editing toolbar.  
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:##In the tool bar, Click on the {T} symbol.  
:##Type in the editing box '''<nowiki>{{subst:FHC page outline}}</nowiki>'''.  
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:##A "Template Properties" box will appear.&nbsp; In the box, type '''<nowiki>{{subst:FHC page outline}}</nowiki>'''.  
:##'''Save the page'''. Add to the summary box "new page".  
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:##Click OK.  
:##One more step is required. You need to '''assign your FHC to a Category'''.  
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:##In the Summary box, type "new page".  
:###This is done by going back to the Wikitext edit box.  
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:##Click "Save page."
:###At the top you'll see "<nowiki>{{FHC-stub}}{{FHCpage|location=}}</nowiki>."
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:#One more step is required. You need to '''assign your FHC to a Category'''.  
:###After the "=" after the word "location," type in the '''state or country''' your FHC is in. That will assign your FHC to the correct category.  
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:##This is done by clicking on the "Edit This Page" button once again.
:###Save the page.<br><br>
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:##In the tool bar, click on "Wikitext."
:#'''The Community section of links '''on the right side of the screen has links to the most important reference links to help you as you work on your page. You will especially want to be aware of:
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:##At the top of the box, you will see the coding: '''<nowiki>{{FHC-stub}}{{FHCpage|location=}}</nowiki>.'''
:##[[Help:Edit and Contribute|Contributor Help]] - pages in the wiki to teach you how to do different things such as linking to other pages, adding images, etc.<br>  
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:##After the "=" sign after the word "location," type in the '''state or country''' your FHC is in. That will automatically assign your FHC to the correct category.  
:##[http://forums.familysearch.org Wiki&nbsp;Forum Contributor's Corner] - to talk with others who are doing what you are doing<br>  
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:##Type in Summery: box "Added category."
:##[[Community Center|Community Center]] - to see what others are doing on the Wiki
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:##Click "Save page" and you are done. The FHC page has been created and ready for adding details.<br><br>
 
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:#'''What you have created is a basic outline''' of what items or details a Family History Center might contain. It is up to you or others to fill in the details of what services your FHC has to offer. '''For additional help''' in filling out your wiki page, see [[Help:Adding details to a Family History Center page|Adding details to a Family History Center page]].
=== Additional items of importance:  ===
 
 
 
::*'''Important:''' LDS&nbsp;doctrinal information does not belong on the pages of this Wiki. The wiki audience is world-wide, to individuals of many faiths, who love genealogy for the sake of genealogy work and is not a place to put information about LDS doctrine. This includes&nbsp;PowerPoint presentations and other documents that may include doctrinal information in them.&nbsp; See the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Purpose and Appropriate Topics|Wiki Purpose and Appropriate Topics]] for more information.
 
 
 
::*'''Wiki Trainer: '''You are encouraged to assign an individual to be a [[Help:Wiki Trainer|Wiki&nbsp;Trainer]] (currently, this is a Pilot program).&nbsp;This Wiki Trainer could have the responsibility to create and edit the center's Wiki page, and then go on to train others who volunteer in the center how to use the Wiki to help others, and how to contribute to the Wiki. It would be helpful for a Wiki Trainer to be:<br>
 
:::*Comfortable with computers and technology&nbsp; (a background in building websites and even involvement with Wikis in the past is a plus, but not necessary, since this can be learned)
 
:::*Willing to train others
 
:::*[[Help:Wiki Trainer#For_Organizations_-_Selecting_a_Wiki_Trainer|More about selecting a Wiki Trainer...]]
 
 
 
::*'''Optional information:''' The wiki pages were created with a number of sections already there. These are not required to include on every page, and there may be other sections that you feel are important for your center to have. Do a search for "Family History Center" to see examples of what other centers are doing in the Wiki.
 
 
 
::*'''Help your center be found:&nbsp;'''Add links to your center page from other pages that might relate to your center such as the city and county locality pages in the Wiki.
 
 
 
::*'''Long page?''' If you have a lot of information about your center to add to this page, you may want to break your out into multiple pages. When you do so, you will want to create additional pages as "sub-pages." These pages begin with the same name of the main page, then include a "/", then the name of the sub-page.<br>
 
 
 
:::For example, to create a sub-page for "Center Contacts and Hours" you would create a new page in the Wiki titled "Blue Springs Missouri Family History Center/Center&nbsp;Contacts and Hours". Although that is a long title, it gives the benefit of grouping the different pages together in the search results, and if you ever need to change the name of the main page, the sub-pages would also change.
 
 
 
::*'''Multiple page interlinking: '''You can also create a table that will link the main page and all of the sub-pages together so that visitors on any page will have links to all the other pages as well.&nbsp; See .... for an example. (An example hasn't yet been created; one will be included here when done.)
 
 
 
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Revision as of 15:44, 9 January 2012

Instructions for creating a page for your center in the Wiki:

  1. Search box.jpg
    Do a search for your FHC in the wiki

    Check to see if your FHC has already been created in FamilySearch Wiki by typing in the name in the search box and clicking the search button. Most FHCs already have wiki pages created for them; they just need filling out.
      
  2. Create a page for your FHC

    1. In the Search box, type in the name of your FHC using the format of town, state, and the words "Family History Center." For example San Francisco California Family History Center. Use no commas between the name of the town and state.
    2. Click the search button.
    3. Under the Search Results heading, and above all the search results, you'll see the title you just typed in red. That shows there is no FHC under that title in the FamilySearch Wiki.
    4. Click on the red title and it will take you to an editing box that you will add the information about your FHC.
    5. In the tool bar, Click on the {T} symbol.
    6. A "Template Properties" box will appear.  In the box, type {{subst:FHC page outline}}.
    7. Click OK.
    8. In the Summary box, type "new page".
    9. Click "Save page."
  3. One more step is required. You need to assign your FHC to a Category.
    1. This is done by clicking on the "Edit This Page" button once again.
    2. In the tool bar, click on "Wikitext."
    3. At the top of the box, you will see the coding: {{FHC-stub}}{{FHCpage|location=}}.
    4. After the "=" sign after the word "location," type in the state or country your FHC is in. That will automatically assign your FHC to the correct category.
    5. Type in Summery: box "Added category."
    6. Click "Save page" and you are done. The FHC page has been created and ready for adding details.

  4. What you have created is a basic outline of what items or details a Family History Center might contain. It is up to you or others to fill in the details of what services your FHC has to offer. For additional help in filling out your wiki page, see Adding details to a Family History Center page.