|Introductions||Editing & Formatting||Links||Citing sources||sgWiki Buses||sgWiki Trains||Ban & Warning Points|
|Linking articles together is very important. These easily created links allow users to jump to information related to the article they are reading, greatly adding to an article usefulness.
An Internal Link refers to a link that directs to a page or a section within sgWiki. To add an Internal Link, simply add "[[" before the link and "]]" after the link.
An External Link refers to a link that directs to another website outside sgWiki. To add an External Link, simply add "[" before the link and "]" after the link.
Adding links to an article makes it more useful, but too many links can be distracting. To avoid over-linking, you should create a link in an article only at the first occurrence of a word or phrase within an article or a section. You should not link common words such as "station" and "bus", even if sgWiki has articles for those words; unless those are keywords in the article.
Using Templates help to synchronise information across multiple pages easily. It does not reduce page size as the template will be embedded into the final page before it is displayed to you. The page size that shrinks is only indicative of the page size stored into the server and not through your screen.
Categories are useful if you wish to group an article with other articles to a related topic. Categories are found at the bottom of the article.
To add a category, simply add "[[Category:" before the name of the category and "]]" after the name of the category at the bottom of the article.
Please ensure that a category consists of 2 or more related articles.