Help:Editing a climb guide
If you're going to jump in and edit an existing climb guide (and we encourage you to do so, particularly if you're adding more information) be sure to practice good "Wikiquette" when doing so. Have a read of this page on Wikipedia to find out how you should behave when editing other people's content.
- Edit in good faith
- Treat others as you would like to be treated
- Be aware that people's opinions differ
- Be polite
Climb guides to edit
If you're looking for a climb guide to contribute to, take a look at this list.
The "Talk" page
Every page on this wiki has a corresponding Discussion page. This is a place to talk about the page in question with other users and to discuss revisions. To get to a page's corresponding Discussion page, simply click "Discussion" in the top left of the page you are on.
To discuss a new topic, start a new section by going to a new line and typing a title like this: == Heading ==, replacing "Heading" with a suitable title for the topic you wish to raise. Place new discussions at the bottom of the page.
To respond to a discussion already in progress, add your comment below the last entry in the discussion. If you want to respond to a specific comment, you can place your response directly below it, indenting your post so the page remains readable.
Be sure to sign your posts whenever adding to a Discussion page. The easiest way to do this is to simply add four tildes to the end of your post - that is,
~~~~. This will automatically generate a signature and timestamp for your post.
Here are some more resources you should check out when editing existing wiki content: