So you have been editing awhile, and keeping a to do list in word or google docs to keep yourself organized. But did you know there is a better way maybe? They are called sandboxes, and it is like a wiki article page all of your very own!
Sandbox 101[edit | edit source]
A sandbox is a type of user page that gives you a place to practice editing, either to build a draft for later publication in the main namespace, make to-do lists, practice formatting, or for use with other users on projects.
To create a sandbox, click in the upper righthand corner next to the number of total articles, a little piece of paper looking button to make a new article. You can name it anything you want, as long as it starts with
Sandbox maintenance[edit | edit source]
For example, this lesson, and all lessons are in sandboxes of mine. This one is User:Kdarrow/TVA/Sandboxes. You can make sublevels and they will all be kept in one spot. To find all your sandboxes, bookmark the Special:PrefixIndex site, where you can search by your username. Sandboxes can be deleted or renamed, if one has the correct user rights, or a comod or admin can do it for you.
Quiz 7 (Sandboxes)[edit | edit source]
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