User talk:Muddydog

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Hello and welcome. Nice to see a new user.  :-)--Bob M 19:49, 27 May 2008 (UTC)

Here are a few pointers when editing talk pages.
1. When you reply enter a colon ":" this will indent one space and make conversations easier to follow. If it's a reply to a reply two colons and so forth. .-)
2. When you leave a message you can sign by clicking on the sign box above - its the one to the left of the dash. If you run your cursor over it it says "Signature with timestamp. .-)--Bob M 18:28, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
Ahh I get your drift! I’ve been thinking; difficult for me I know; but have you ever noticed that my written and spoken language is littered with Colloquialisms, and not necessarily British ones? Is this me or does everyone do this? Meanwhile; I still don't understand how you get a category or group of items set up, let's say category 'Verbs. There would be the offical public 'front-page' which everyone sees, and then there are the background arguments where the experts debate, yes? I'm sure it will all become clear.--Muddydog 19:08, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
Sticking to the technical question. Let's say you want to create an article. Put the name of your proposed article in the little search box to the left and search. If the article exists it will come up and you can edit it if you wish. If it does not exist you will see an option to create it. Write it. Leave a few blank spaces and at the bottom put where "Name of the category I want to create" is, well, the name of the category you want to create. This will show up in red. Click on it and put some text in saying what the category is for. Though now I read your question again I'm not sure that was it.--Bob M 10:10, 29 May 2008 (UTC)

Hi. I see you are in the sandbox. If you have any questions feel free to ask.--Bob M 08:33, 11 May 2009 (UTC)