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  • Help:Portal classification - Wikisource, the free online library
    KGN Law of Curaçao KGP Law of Dominican Republic KGQ Law of the Dutch Leeward Islands KGR Law of Haiti KGS Law of Jamaica KGT Law of the Navassa Islands KGU Law of Puerto Rico KGV Law of Saba KGW Law of Trinidad and Tobago KGX Law of the Turks and Caicos Islands KGY Law of the Virgin Islands of the United States KGZ Law of South America KH Law of Argentina KHA Law of Bolivia KHC Law of Brazil KHD Law of Chile KHF Law of Colombia KHH Law of Ecuador KHK Law of the Falkland Islands KHL Law of French Guiana KHM Law of Guyana KHN Law of Paraguay KHP Law of Peru KHQ Law of Surinam KHS Law of Uruguay KHU Law of Venezuela KHW Law of Europe KJ Roman Law KJA History of Law in Europe KJB Regional comparative and uniform law of Europe KJC Germanic Law KJD Regional organization and integration of Europe KJE Law of Albania KJG Law of Andorra KJH Law of Austria KJJ Law of Belgium KJK Law of Bulgaria KJM Law of Cyprus KJN Law of the Czech Republic KJP Law of Slovakia KJQ Law of Denmark KJR Law of Finland KJT Law of France KJU National Laws of France KJV Regional Law of France KJW Law of Germany KK Law of East Germany KKA Regional Law of Germany KKB Law of Greece KKE Law of Hungary KKF Law of Iceland KKG Law of Italy KKH Law of Latvia KKI Law of Liechtenstein KKJ Law of Luxembourg KKK Law of Monaco KKL Law of the Netherlands KKM Law of Norway KKN Law of Malta KKO Law of Poland KKP Law of Portugal KKQ Law of Romania KKR Law of San Marino KKS Law of Spain KKT Law of Sweden KKV Law of Switzerland KKW Law of Turkey KKX Law of Ukraine KKY Law of Yugoslavia KKZ History of Law in Asia KL Law of Imperial and Soviet Russia KLA Law of Russia KLB Law of the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic KLD Law of Azerbaijan KLE Law of Belarus KLF Law of Estonia KLG Law of Georgia country KLH Law of Lithuania KLJ Law of Moldova KLM Law of the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic KLN Law of the Transcaucasian Socialist Federal Soviet Republic KLO Law of Ukraine KLP Law of the Bukhara People s Soviet Republic KLQ Law of Kazakhstan KLR Law of Kyrgyzstan KLS Law of Tadjikistan KLT Law of the Khorezm Socialist Soviet Republic KLU Law of Turkmenistan KLV Law of Uzbekistan KLW Law of Asia KM Law of the Middle East KMA Law of Bahrain KMB Regional comparative and uniform law of the Middle East KMC Regional organization and integration of the Middle East KME Law of Armenia KMF Law of Palestine KMG Law of Iran KMH Law of Iraq KMJ Law of Israel KMK Law of Jerusalem KML Law of Jordan KMM Law of Kuwait KMN Law of Lebanon KMP Law of Oman KMQ Law of Qatar KMS Law of Saudi Arabia KMT Law of Syria KMU Law of the United Arab Emirates KMV Law of Yemen KMX Law of the People s Democratic Republic of Yemen KMY Law of South East Asia KN Regional comparative and uniform law of South East Asia KNC Regional organization and integration of South East Asis KNE Law of Afghanistan KNF Law of Bangladesh KNG Law of Bhutan KNH Law of Brunei KNK Law of Burma KNL Law of Cambodia KNM Law of China KNN Law of Taiwan KNP Law of China KNQ Law of Hong Kong KNR Law of India KNS State Law of India KNT Municipal Law of India KNU Law of French Indochina KNV Law of Indonesia KNW Law of Japan KNX Municipal Law of Japan KNY Law of South Korea KPA Law of North Korea KPC Law of Laos KPE Law of Macao KPF Law of Malaysia KPG Law of the States of East and West Malaysia KPH Law of the Maldives KPI Law of Mongolia KPJ Law of Nepal KPK Law of Pakistan KPL Law of the Philippines KPM Law of Singapore KPP Law of Sri Lanka KPS Law of Thailand KPT Law of Vietnam KPV Law of South Vietnam KPW Law of Africa KQ History of Law in Africa KQA Regional comparative and uniform law KQC Regional organization and integration KQE Law of Algeria KQG Law of Angola KQH Law of Benin KQJ Law of Botswana KQK Law of the British Central Africa Protectorate KQM Law of the British Indian Ocean Territory KQP Law of British Somaliland KQQ Law of Burkina Faso KQT Law of Burundi KQV Law of Cameroon KQW Law of Cape Verde KQX Law of the Central African Republic KRB Law of Chad KRC Law of Comoros KRE Law of Congo KRG Law of Djibouti KRK Law of the East Africa Protectorate KRL Law of Egypt KRM Law of Eritrea KRN Law of Ethiopia KRP Law of French Equatorial Africa KRR Law of French West Africa KRS Law of Gabon KRU Law of Gambia KRV Law of German East Africa KRW Law of Ghana KRX Law of Gibraltar KRY Law of Guinea KSA Law of Guinea Bissau KSC Law of Equatorial Guinea KSE Law of Ifni KSF Law of Italian East Africa KSG Law of Côte d Ivoire KSH Law of Italian Somaliland KSI Law of Kenya KSK Law of Lesotho KSL Law of Mayotte KSM Law of Liberia KSN Law of Libya KSP Law of Madagascar KSR Law of Malawi KSS Law of Mali KST Law of Micronesia KST Law of Mauritania KSU Law of Mauritius KSV Law of the Midway Islands KSV Law of Morocco KSW Law of Mozambique KSX Law of Namibia KSY Law of Niger KSZ Law of Nigeria KTA Law of Réunion KTC Law of Rwanda KTD Law of Saint Helena KTE Law of São Tomé and Principe KTF Law of Senegal KTG Law of Seychelles KTH Law of Sierra Leone KTJ Law of Somalia KTK Law

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  • Help:Portal review - Wikisource, the free online library
    which as recorded on Wikisource Portal classification system adaptation A portal under review will probably already have a classification To check if it looks correct a reviewer could for example Browse the Library of Congress Classification for that subclass and see if the portal would logically fall into that subject area Search the Library of Congress catalog for that subclass click Brief Search set Search Type to Call Number Browse LC Classification No enter the subclass and search Use the Library of Congress catalog to search for examples texts from the portal to see their classification Some judgement is required from the reviewer NB For the time being Wikisource only needs to classify portals at the subclass level that is to say only by the alphabetic portions of the Library of Congress Classification So a portal in the subject area Costume Dress Fashion would have the short classification GT rather than a full classification in the range GT500 GT2370 Content edit Check that the portal has content and that it is correct for the portal s subject area Also check that any sister project or external links are appropriate A work listed on a portal will normally have more information that just the link including date of publication author and occasionally a small amount of description information of potential readers If the portal has no content please add the populate template to the page There is no minimum number of texts for portal but at least 3 5 is a good rule of thumb Layout edit The portal just needs to be legible Useful headings allow the reader to find things within the subject area If the contents of one section is disproportionately large it might help to break it down into smaller sections or even split it off into

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  • Help:Reading - Wikisource, the free online library
    additions The top of the tree is Portal Portals and you can browse down from there This follows the Library of Congress Classification There is also an Portal Index A second way to explore works about a particular topic is by using the wiki categories given for the works This is also like searching a library catalogue The major categories are currently on the front page of Wikisource These are Category Works by genre fiction drama parody Category Works by subject business nature politics Category Works by type books essays letters plays Category Works by country United States France Ethiopia Category Authors by era Medieval authors modern authors Category Authors by nationality Australian authors Polish authors These categories are hierarchical in that many categories have subordinate categories as well as works or authors that are in the named category At each level the next level is indicated by an entry such as Fiction 10 C 301 P This indicates that in the fiction category there are 10 sub categories and 301 items not including sub categories The categories are listed first alphabetically followed by the items You can explore by clicking on the subcategories and using the back button on your browser Alternatively by scrolling down to the bottom of a category window you will see a list of the categories that it belongs to The top level of the categories tree is Category Categories One last way to browse the library is by clicking on random book random author or random page in the navigation menu normally at the left top As the name suggests each time you click on it you will get a different one Reading your text edit In Wikisource many texts are divided up into chapters and even books The first page will often include a context list so that you can skip to any chapter or part Once you are reading there are previous and next pointers at the top and bottom of each page as shown below You can always get back to the first page by clicking on the title of the book or the backward link and you can look at the author s page by clicking on the name Many books contain illustrations and an increasing number include audio recordings There is a link to audio on the front page of Wikisource If you want to read the item on paper or another device then you can eliminate menus and extra headers by clicking on Printable Version in the navigation menu at top left under print export and then by using your browser commands to print or save the page Note that this only works for the currently visible page not a whole book To save the whole book to an ebook or other format and for creating a book out of separate articles refer to Help Reading offline Contributing while you read edit Many works on Wikisource are backed by scanned images of the pages of real books You

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  • Help:Searching - Wikisource, the free online library
    prefix are included Caveat this will only find content if the pages haven t been transcluded into the main page space This is a known issue The all prefix searches in all namespaces If you are unhappy with the default namespaces that Wikisource uses and you are logged in you can change them in your own Search preferences Wiki searches are for full words though stemming is used to remove endings The wild card symbol can be used at any place e g land will find many countries Full boolean searches are also supported See w Help Searching for details External search engines edit Google edit If you frequently search via Google consider installing the Google Toolbar Using the search this site button allows you to quickly search the English version of Wikipedia The official Google Toolbar is available in versions for Firefox and Internet Explorer Install Google Toolbar How to provide a link to a specific Google Search edit Wiki markup allows you to insert links to Google searches by including google as the prefix for the link This can sometimes be useful on talk pages It is done like this google shakespeare Which looks like this google shakespeare Note It is important not to use spaces in the search To add more parameters to the search separate them by a plus sign For a phrase search use a hyphen minus sign between each word E g to search for John Milton use john milton To provide a link to a Wikisource specific search include in the google link site en wikisource org no spaces before or after like this google Shakespeare site en wikisource org Which looks like this google Shakespeare site en wikisource org To clean up the link so that only the part you want to

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  • Help:Reading offline - Wikisource, the free online library
    To save the file as a PDF select Download as PDF from the navigation menu the left column Otherwise select Printable version which eliminates menus To save as html choose the Save as option in your browser To save as simple text take the Save as option in your browser and select Text only or equivalent To print the page on your own printer select Print in your browser Downloading a multi part book EPUB edit To use EPUB you must first enable it Click here scroll down to Interface then and select the option Add a print export link to download pages as EPUB files using the WSexport tool This will add an extra option in the Print Export section of your navigation menu You only need to do this once Navigate to the page you want to download Select Download as EPUB from the navigation menu Copy the file to your ebook reader Note To read the file you must have an appropriate reader These are available free for most platforms including conventional computers and smartphones except for the Kindle In the case of Kindle you will have to convert it to mobi format This can easily be done by free software such as Calibre avilable for most platforms which can convert epub to almost any ebook reader format Downloading a multi part book PDF ODT ZIM edit See also Books You can produce output in PDF ODT or ZIM format by first of all collecting all the relevant pages together and then outputting the result Click on Create a book in the navigation menu Click on Start book creator button This will generate a section at the top of each page until you disable it headed Book creator Navigate to the first page you want in your

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  • Help:Books - Wikisource, the free online library
    the Add this page to your book will change to Add this category to your book Clicking on Add this category to your book will add all articles in that category After selecting a few articles you can click on Suggest pages and you will be presented with a list of articles that are related to your selection This helps you to create a more complete book if you run out of ideas or just want to make sure that you haven t forgotten anything Fig 4 You don t even have to open every page you want to add to your book Just hover over a link for a few seconds and click on Add linked wiki page to your book in the yellow box that appears Step 3 Review Your Book edit Fig 5 Once you are happy with the articles you collected click on Show book to manage your book You can give your book a title and subtitle change the order of articles remove articles or add chapters to distinguish certain sections of your book Step 4 Download or order a printed book edit Fig 6 You can export your book in PDF OpenDocument or openZIM format for Kiwix Just select the desired format and click the Download button Fig 7 To order a printed book click on Preview with PediaPress Further information about printed books can be found in the FAQ Saving and sharing your book with others edit To save your book you must be a registered Wikisource user see Why create an account for a detailed explanation In addition your user account must be autoconfirmed Then you can save your book on the Book page which can be reached by clicking the Show book link in the menu on the left hand side or in the toolbar In the Save and share your book section you have to choose whether you want to save your book in your user page or in the community maintained Books namespace Finally you have to provide a title for your book collection and click the Save book button Printed books from PediaPress edit By clicking the Preview with PediaPress button your collection of wiki articles will be uploaded to PediaPress a service that prints books based on wiki content Further information about the printed books can be found on the FAQ page and at Printed books including cost and format details In 2007 the Wikimedia Foundation and PediaPress agreed upon a long term partnership aimed to improve the availability of Wikisource and other wiki based project content in the form of high quality print products or text documents in the OpenDocument format Known bugs edit 2014 06 04 From PediaPress Helpdesk Wikisource uses the proofread extension which is incompatible with our book output The failed output can easily be spotted when previewing your title and so far we never had any orders from Wikisource Best Christoph PediaPress Customer Service The problem has been reported and will hopefully

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  • Help:Introduction to editing Wikisource - Wikisource, the free online library
    s no Source tab then you would have to have a copy of the book to work from If it s there click on it Don t click on the Edit tab That s not what you need You will now see a page which includes a page map of the current stage of editing such as the following This gives a very graphic view of the progress on the book which may be read using this key Without text empty page Not proofread Proofread Validated Problematic The straight through path involves two checks by different people before it is finished Though many of the pages are marked as No Text the output of the OCR process is often there so that there isn t so much straight typing For details of the proofreading process see Proofreading A particular issue is dealing with page breaks Once a reasonable section typically a chapter has been completed it can be placed on the main page of the book by a process known as transclusion This involves converting pages into chapters though it may reduce pages into articles in the case of an encyclopedia The details are in Transclusion When all the pages have been proofread verified and transcluded the tags indicating the work is incomplete may be removed and it takes its place alongside all the other finished works in Wikisource The correction process edit Starting from the page map shown above click on one of the pages needing work The first time you do this it s best to select a page marked yellow so that you can see what a hopefully more experienced editor has done Click on the Edit tab at the top and you will see the Wiki markup form of the text If you need guidance on this look at the editing help page You will now see an edit area on the left and the scan on the right side You will notice that there are three areas on the left side Header Page body and Footer The header has special formats for running heads and the footer allows for footnotes as well as page numbers For further details see Proofreading Particular care should be taken with words footnotes and tables which cross page boundaries In the page body you may need to convert the separate lines into paragraphs using the normal Wiki conventions and then read through the whole page and make any corrections necessary When you have finished press Show preview to check that it looks as you want and when you are satisfied press Save At this point the status of that page will move on to the next stage If you haven t finished the stage or you don t know how to detail with some issue you should move the stage indicator above the button back one so that the stage gets redone The improvements you ve made won t be lost Starting a new project edit The stages in a

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  • Help:Adding texts - Wikisource, the free online library
    search box at left click Go Enter the word Index and the name of your scan in the box under Create a new page below For example if you uploaded a scan called My book djvu which will appear on Wikimedia Commons as File My book djvu you need to create an index called Index My book djvu see Help Beginner s guide to Index files for more information Click the create link at the top to create the page Fill in any information you know leaving any unknown or inapplicable information blank Preview your work then save If successful you should see a list of page numbers below the cover image and the information you just entered Proofreading edit If you click on any of the numbers on your new Index page you will see an image of that page side by side with a text field The text field may be blank or it might have been automatically filled with the text of that page Either write the text you see into the text field or correct the text so that it matches the image of the page Preview your work set the status to Proofread which is yellow then save see Help Proofreading for more information Repeat the last two steps for every page in the scan Note To get an idea about how this process works it is a good idea to try a few pages of the current Proofread of the Month Publishing the finished work edit Once the proofreading is complete go to the page in the main namespace To do this do one of the following Remember to check the Style guide for title and formatting conventions Type the title in the Wikisource search box at left click Go Enter the title in the box under Create a new page below Click a red link of the title Click the create link at the top to create the page At the top of the page add the header template see the documentation for usage Fill in any information you know leaving any unknown or inapplicable information blank Do not remove any lines Add new text below the header unless you re confident you can follow the advanced procedure below Transclude the text from the scans to the main namespace This sounds complicated but it is just one line of text For example to transclude pages 2 to 20 from a scan called Index My Book djvu you would simply enter pages index My book djvu from 2 to 20 see Help Transclude for more information Add an appropriate copyright template at the bottom selected from Help Copyright tags If it is a translation with a copyright status different from the original note both with translation license for example translation license original PD old translation PD 1923 Add appropriate categories for the work using Help Categories Add interlanguage links where applicable Preview your work then save Publicize the work edit Make sure there is

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