Wiktionary:Tutorial (Wrap-up and more info)
There! You now know the most important things needed for contributing here. Any comments or feedback on this tutorial? Feel like something wasn't explained well enough, or want to know about something that isn't here? Let us know by dropping a comment on this page's talk page. You can also introduce yourself at Wiktionary:Wiktionarians.
Of course, you can always learn more. We've tried to keep this tutorial short so that you can start editing as easily as possible, but that means there are lots of topics we haven't covered. The links below are pages you might find useful as you continue your work on the wiki.
If you see something below that interests you, or that you know will be particularly relevant to your work here, go ahead and read it, or bookmark it and come back later.
Advice and general information
- Wiktionary:Welcome, newcomers explains the site and what to do here.
- Help:How to edit a page gives lots of information on things like formatting, character sets, and variables.
- Help:Starting a new page
- Wiktionary:Entry layout
Community and policy references
- Wiktionary:Glossary explains the words you'll hear other editors use.
- Wiktionary:Community Portal provides links to community resources--this page is always available in the navigation sidebar.
- Wiktionary:Criteria for inclusion
- Wiktionary:Policies and guidelines
- Wiktionary:FAQ is an index of FAQ pages on all aspects of Wiktionary.
- Wiktionary:Utilities - a bigger directory of project pages than the community portal.
- m:MediaWiki User's Guide - a user's guide for the MediaWiki software that Wiktionary runs on.