How To Edit Pages - Quickstart

Default Instructions

If you are allowed to edit pages in this Site, simply click on edit button at the bottom of the page. This will open an editor with a toolbar pallette with options.

To create a link to a new page, use syntax: [[[new page name]]] or [[[new page name | text to display]]]. Follow the link (which should have a different color if page does not exist) and create a new page and edit it!

Although creating and editing pages is easy, there are a lot more options that allows creating powerful sites. Please visit Documentation pages to learn more.

Site-Specific Instructions

Creating New Page

1. Enter the title of the work in the box at the bottom of the right panel menu (leaving out apostrophes and hypens) and click the New Page button.
2. Follow the format below (without the bold descriptors to the left):

Title (Date of Publication, if you know it): Helen O'Loy (1938)

Author: Lester del Rey

Capsule Review: Still serviceable adolescent fantasy of two men building a stunning female robot—who promptly falls in love with one of them. Made the top 30 of SFWA's poll of the best sf short stories prior to 1965 (which may say more about the voters than the story itself).

Rating: Rating: 3

Reviewer: Reviewed by: Nat Hocken

3. Click the Save button.
4. You're done.

If you wish, you can update the appropriate TOC and/or Author pages, but for the time being I am happy to do this myself.

Editing an Existing Page

If you disagree with a particular review or you simply want to add your own, please do not delete the existing review, simply add yours below it.

To edit an existing page, go to that page and click the Edit link at the bottom of the page.


Please try to keep your review brief and spoiler-free. Try to get to the core of the work without a lot of scene description. If you need to include spoilers, please put them at the bottom of your review under a Spoilers Follow heading.

Rating Scale

Wihout a consistent rating system, ratings are meaningless. Please use the following scale:

6 - Must Read (Must See, if a movie)

5 - Well Worthwhile

4 - Worthwhile

3 - Of Some Value

2 - Take It or Leave It (Depending on Your Predilections)

1 - Valueless

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