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  • Help:Proofread - Wikisource, the free online library
    as well as the different functions of the Index and Page namespaces Help Index pages edit See also Help Beginner s guide to Index files Starting an index page is the first step in proofreading a new work for Wikisource This page describes how to set up and manage these pages in the Index namespace Help Page numbers edit Pages in a physical document are usually marked with numbers These numbers are used in the Pages field of the Index page and in the headers or footers of the individual pages They will be automatically visible in the main namespace alongside the text too Help Page status edit During proofreading pages move through three phases with two additional states for other conditions The status of a page is reflected both in the color of its block on the index page and by the banner on the main namespace page This page describes these statuses Help Formatting conventions edit See also Wikisource Style guide This page describes the conventions considered best practice for formatting pages in the Page namespace Help Transclusion edit After the text of the work is proofread from the side by side page images transclusion is used to display the text from the Page namespace into pages in the main namespace Transclusion displays the page of another text without having to copy or manually update it later The purpose of transcluding the text is to group it into logical reasonably sized chunks most frequently chapters or sections This page describes the process of transclusion More edit Help ProofreadPage extension edit Wikisource uses the ProofreadPage extension to run the proofreading function of the project This page provides some technical information about this software Wikisource Proofread of the Month edit Every month a text is chosen to be collaboratively proofread

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  • Help:Redirects - Wikisource, the free online library
    left behind while the basepage of the moved work will remain as a normal hard redirect Categorising redirect pages edit Redirects should not normally be categorised except by redirect sorting However when a subpage is also a work in its own right and should be categorised as such it can be better to place the categories on a redirect to the subpage instead of on the subpage itself This makes the category page easier to read with shorter page names Redirects will appear in categories in italics Category redirects edit Categories cannot be redirected in the same way as other pages Instead the category redirect template can be placed on an otherwise normal category page This will direct users to the correct category and ask them not to use the redirected category No pages should be sorted into a redirected category Redirect sorting edit This page is being considered for deletion at Proposed deletions Please see the discussion there Start discussion Note for patrollers if this page matches one of the criteria for speedy deletion use sdelete instead Templates are used to sort and categorise redirect pages This allows redirect pages to be tracked and informs users why the redirect page exists Template Tracking category Purpose and use Main namespace redirects R from alternative title Category Redirects from alternative titles 23 Redirects from alternative titles of works eg 12 Years a Slave Twelve Years a Slave R from full title Category Redirects from full titles 2 Redirects from full titles of works to a common shorter title as used on Wikisource R from title without diacritics Category Redirects from titles without diacritics 0 Redirects from unaccented plain text versions of a work s title where it should contain diacritics Author namespace redirects R from alternative name Category Redirects from alternative names 0 Redirects from alternative names for an author if not covered by a different template R from name without diacritics Category Redirects from names without diacritics 0 Redirects from unaccented plain text versions of an author s name where it would traditionally contain diacritics eg Author Pierre Francois Eugene Cortambert Author Pierre François Eugène Cortambert R from initials Category Redirects from initials 148 Redirects from pages that use initials in the name to the page using the full name eg Author H P Lovecraft Author Howard Phillips Lovecraft R from maiden name Category Redirects from maiden names 0 Redirects from the author s maiden name R from married name Category Redirects from married names 0 Redirects from the author s married name R from pseudonym Category Redirects from pseudonyms 42 Redirects from a pseudonym to the author s real name eg Author Mark Twain Author Samuel Langhorne Clemens R to pseudonym Category Redirects to pseudonyms 0 Redirects from an author s real name to their better known pseudonym R from surname Category Redirects from surnames 0 Redirects from just a surname eg Author Shakespeare Author William Shakespeare R from title Category Redirects from titles 0 Redirects from honorific title

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  • Help:Subpages - Wikisource, the free online library
    can be created to navigate and recognise subpages and so forth When to use subpages edit Chapters and sections edit For example My Book My Book Chapter 1 My Book Chapter 2 Collections edit For example Yule Logs Yule Logs A Fighting Mermaid Yule Logs A Frenchman s Gratitude Periodicals edit See also Wikisource Periodicals For example Avon Fantasy Reader Avon Fantasy Reader Issue 1 Avon Fantasy Reader Issue 1 The Voice in the Night Avon Fantasy Reader Issue 2 Avon Fantasy Reader Issue 2 The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune Avon Fantasy Reader Issue 2 The Yellow Sign How to create subpages edit We suggest that you firstly create the basepage The basepage should list all subpages as red links If you are publishing a scanned book with an index you should add the red links as part of its formatting and transclude it Then click on the red links and create the subpages Subpages and header templates edit Subpage header templates Namespace Template Main subpage header Author author subpage Wikisource process subpage Help Portal portal subpage Subpages do not need to display as much information as the basepage As a result they have their own header templates Note that the basic header can be used on subpages and some of its functions will automatically be disabled if used on one Header templates are useful for navigation between subpages especially in the main namespace where there are likely to be many subpages in sequence one for each chapter or other subsection The previous and next parameters should be used to link to the previous and next subpages A full absolute wikilink 1 can be used but it may be simpler to use the following shortcut If linking to a subpage of the same basepage with the name Chapter 2 the relative wikilink Chapter 2 can be used In most cases the title parameter should be the name of the full work and should also be a wikilink back to the basepage Again this can be a full absolute wikilink but the short link will work as well Other subpage templates edit Functions edit Is subpage Can be used to detect if the current page is a subpage R to subpage Redirect sorting template for redirects to subpages Maintenance edit Move to subpage To be placed on basepages that should be subpages of another basepage Complemented by Merge subpages Merge subpages To be placed on a basepage that should have subpages that are currently other basepages Complemented by Move to subpage Split To be placed on basepages the are too long and should be split into a basepage and one or more subpages Detecting and using subpages in templates edit Magic words edit The following magic word variables are useful when working with subpages The sample results apply to a page named Foo Bar Baz that is page Baz which is the subpage of Bar which is the subpage of Foo Magic word Function Sample result PAGENAME Gives the full page

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  • Help:Disambiguation - Wikisource, the free online library
    a number of translations Template to be used translations Case study Song of Songs is a book of the bible also known as Song of Solomon Canticle and Canticle of Canticles Song of Songs Bible is a versions page that lists all the different versions of that book regardless of what title the version uses It does not include works like Catholic Encyclopedia 1913 Canticle of Canticles because this is a distinct work of commentary not another version of the book Song of Songs is a disambiguation page that points at the versions page and also a poem and a play of the same name Song of Solomon is a disambiguation page that points at the versions page and also works of commentary such as Easton s Bible Dictionary 1897 Solomon Song of Canticle is a disambiguation page that points at the versions page an encyclopedia article on canticles and a poem named Canticle Canticle of Canticles is a disambiguation page that points at the versions page and the work of commentary Catholic Encyclopedia 1913 Canticle of Canticles The works of commentary Easton s Bible Dictionary 1897 Solomon Song of and Catholic Encyclopedia 1913 Canticle of Canticles are neither works with the same title nor versions of the same work so they should not be found together on a disambiguation page or a versions page The only appropriate place to pull together all the various published commentary and analysis of Song of Songs regardless of title would be Portal Song of Songs Authors edit Disambiguation pages are for listing authors that share the same name Where authors of the same name the method of disambiguation is to use years of life with a hyphen separator eg John Smith 1522 1596 Template to be used disambiguation Other namespaces edit It would

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  • Help:Footnotes and endnotes - Wikisource, the free online library
    be is the most obvious position Make sure that it is a part of the page that will be transcluded with the rest of the footnote ie not in the header or footer of the Page not in noinclude tags and if sectional transclusion is being used in the same section as the rest of the footnote so all parts are transcluded into the same page in the main namespace For example if the footnote Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetuer adipiscing elit Aenean commodo ligula eget dolor Aenean massa has been split into Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetuer on page 51 and adipiscing elit Aenean commodo ligula eget dolor Aenean massa on page 52 The first part should be written as ref name p51 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet consectetuer ref The second part should be written as ref follow p51 adipiscing elit Aenean commodo ligula eget dolor Aenean massa ref The separate parts will be rejoined by the references tag or equivalent template in the main namespace Grouped footnotes edit It may sometimes be necessary to split footnotes into different sections Different footnotes may be listed in more than one place or there may be different types of footnote each with its own list at the end In these cases the different sets of footnotes should be grouped When using the ref tags add the group parameter The name of the group used can be chosen by the individual proofreader but note that it will be visible on the page as part of the numeric indicator for the footnote All tags in a specific group must have the same group parameter Each references tag must also have the same group parameter Each tag will only list footnotes that have the same group name For example Lorem ref group A Foo ref Ispum ref group B Bar ref Dolar ref group A Baz ref Group A references group A Group B references group B This will appear as Lorem A 1 Ipsum B 1 Dolar A 2 Group A Foo Baz Group B Bar Nested footnotes edit There is a known limitation in mediawika that certain tags such as ref are parsed in a linear rather than hierarchic fashion resulting in constructions such as This is a basic ref Not ref Here is an opportunity for a really bad pun ref the computer language ref statement references unexpectedly resulting in This is a basic Cite error Closing ref missing for ref tag the computer language ref statement due to the parser attempting to match the first occurrence of ref back to the first occurrence of ref instead of to the innermost occurrence and generally thereafter becoming confused However resort may be made in these instances to a much older syntax which is somewhat resistant to this behaviour This same sequence may be re expressed as This is a basic tag ref Not ref Here is an opportunity for a really bad pun ref the computer language statement references

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  • Help:Fractions and functions - Wikisource, the free online library
    some wikis leftarrow gets rightarrow to leftrightarrow longleftarrow longrightarrow mapsto longmapsto hookrightarrow hookleftarrow nearrow searrow swarrow nwarrow uparrow downarrow updownarrow rightharpoonup rightharpoondown leftharpoonup leftharpoondown upharpoonleft upharpoonright downharpoonleft downharpoonright Leftarrow Rightarrow Leftrightarrow Longleftarrow Longrightarrow Longleftrightarrow or iff Uparrow Downarrow Updownarrow Special And eth S P dagger ddagger star ldots smile frown wr oplus bigoplus otimes bigotimes times cdot circ bullet bigodot triangleleft triangleright infty bot top vdash vDash Vdash models lVert rVert imath hbar ell mho Finv Re Im wp complement quad diamondsuit heartsuit clubsuit spadesuit Game quad flat natural sharp Lowercase mathcal has some extras mathcal 45abcdenpqstuvwx Subscripts superscripts integrals edit Feature Syntax How it looks rendered HTML PNG Superscript a 2 Subscript a 2 Grouping a 2 2 a i j Combining sub super x 2 3 Preceding sub super 1 2 X 3 4 Derivative good x y Derivative wrong in HTML x prime y prime prime Derivative wrong in PNG x prime y prime prime Derivative dots dot x ddot x Underlines overlines vectors hat a bar b vec c overrightarrow a b overleftarrow c d widehat d e f overline g h i underline j k l Overbraces begin matrix 5050 overbrace 1 2 cdots 100 end matrix Underbraces begin matrix underbrace a b cdots z 26 end matrix Sum sum k 1 N k 2 Product prod i 1 N x i Coproduct coprod i 1 N x i Limit lim n to infty x n Integral int N N e x dx Double integral iint D W dx dy Triple integral iiint E V dx dy dz Quadruple integral iiiint F U dx dy dz dt Path integral oint C x 3 dx 4y 2 dy Intersections bigcap 1 n p Unions bigcup 1 k p Fractions matrices multilines edit Feature Syntax How it looks rendered Fractions frac 2 4 or 2 over 4 Binomial coefficients n choose k Small Fractions begin matrix frac 2 4 end matrix Matrices begin matrix x y z v end matrix begin vmatrix x y z v end vmatrix begin Vmatrix x y z v end Vmatrix begin bmatrix 0 cdots 0 vdots ddots vdots 0 cdots 0 end bmatrix begin Bmatrix x y z v end Bmatrix begin pmatrix x y z v end pmatrix Case distinctions f n begin cases n 2 mbox if n mbox is even 3n 1 mbox if n mbox is odd end cases Multiline equations begin matrix f n 1 n 1 2 n 2 2n 1 end matrix Alternative multiline equations using tables math f n 1 math math n 1 2 math math n 2 2n 1 math Fonts edit Feature Syntax How it looks rendered Note the lack of omicron note also that several upper case Greek letters are rendered identically to the corresponding Roman ones Alpha Beta Gamma Delta Epsilon Zeta Eta Theta Iota Kappa Lambda Mu Nu Xi Pi Rho Sigma Tau Upsilon Phi Chi Psi Omega alpha beta gamma delta epsilon zeta eta theta iota kappa lambda mu nu xi pi rho sigma tau upsilon phi chi psi omega varepsilon digamma vartheta varkappa varpi varrho varsigma varphi mathbb N mathbb Z mathbb Q mathbb R mathbb C vectors mathbf x cdot mathbf y 0 boldface greek boldsymbol alpha boldsymbol beta boldsymbol gamma italics mathit ABCDE abcde 1234 mathrm ABCDE abcde 1234 mathfrak ABCDE abcde 1234 Calligraphy Script mathcal ABCDE abcde 1234 aleph beth gimel daleth non italicised characters mbox abc mixed italics bad mbox if n mbox is even mixed italics good mbox if n mbox is even Parenthesizing big expressions brackets bars edit Feature Syntax How it looks rendered Not good frac 1 2 Better left frac 1 2 right You can use various delimiters with left and right Feature Syntax How it looks rendered Parentheses left frac a b right Brackets left frac a b right quad left lbrack frac a b right rbrack Braces left frac a b right quad left lbrace frac a b right rbrace Angle brackets left langle frac a b right rangle Bars and double bars left frac a b right vert left Vert frac c d right Floor and ceiling functions left lfloor frac a b right rfloor left lceil frac c d right rceil Slashes and backslashes left frac a b right backslash Up down and up down arrows left uparrow frac a b right downarrow quad left Uparrow frac a b right Downarrow quad left updownarrow frac a b right Updownarrow Delimiters can be mixed as long as left and right match left 0 1 right left langle psi right Use left and right if you don t want a delimiter to appear left frac A B right to X Size of the delimiters big Big bigg Bigg Bigg bigg Big big big Big bigg Bigg Bigg rangle bigg rangle Big rangle big rangle big Big bigg Bigg Bigg bigg Big big big lfloor Big lfloor bigg lfloor Bigg lfloor Bigg rceil bigg rceil Big rceil big rceil big uparrow Big uparrow bigg uparrow Bigg uparrow Bigg Downarrow bigg Downarrow Big Downarrow big Downarrow Spacing edit Note that TeX automatically handles most spacing but you may sometimes want manual control Feature Syntax How it looks rendered double quad space a qquad b quad space a quad b text space a b text space without PNG conversion a mbox b large space a b medium space a b not supported small space a b no space ab negative space a b Align with normal text flow edit Due to the default css img tex vertical align middle an inline expression like should look good If you need to align it otherwise use font style vertical align 100 math math font and play with the vertical align argument until you get it right however how it looks may depend on the browser and the browser settings Forced PNG rendering edit To force the formula to render as PNG add small space at the end of the formula

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  • Help:Labeled section transclusion - Wikisource, the free online library
    in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Help page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Permanent link Page information Download print Create a book Download as PDF Printable version In other languages Add links This page was last

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  • Help:Logging in - Wikisource, the free online library
    any of the other Wikimedia sites then it will work here too so please use that For information on the following general topics please see meta Help Logging in Logging in Why log in How to log in Log in problems What if I forget the password Creating an account Unified Login How to set preferences Your User page and User talk page How to log out Other advice Username impersonation How to force logging in for editing How to force logging in for viewing Links to other help pages General Wikisource information edit Help pages Style guide Inclusion policy Wikisource For Wikipedians For any questions please ask at Wikisource Scriptorium Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Help Logging in oldid 4453436 Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Help page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What links here Related changes Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Download print Create a book Download as PDF Printable version In other languages Bahasa Indonesia

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