What to Put at the Top of Every Page

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1] Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Charmaine Patel, M.D. [2]Sabawoon Mirwais, M.B.B.S, M.D.[3]

What Do I Put At The Top of Every Edit Box?

  • After creating a new disease page:
    1. At the very top of the edit box, type in __NOTOC__. There are two underscores on each side of NOTOC and NOTOC itself stands for "no table of contents".
    2. Type in the microchapter template which you have created, which for jaundice, for example, would be {{Jaundice}}.
    3. Make a link to the patient information page, on the main disease page. For example, for pericarditis, you would type into the edit box, '''For patient information, click [[Pericarditis (patient information)|here]]''' which would appear on the page as For patient information, click here. The square brackets create a link to the disease page. On the left side of the vertical bar in the square brackets is the page you are linking to, on the right side, is the word you want to appear on the page. Bold the statement, and place it at the top of the edit box, before {{CMG}}.
    4. Then type in the template for the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. C. Michael Gibson, by typing in {{CMG}} into the edit box. The brackets around CMG are flower/curvy brackets. On the page it would appear as Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [4]
    5. Then type in the edit box {{AE}} which will appear on the page as Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief:
    6. You would then put in your own user template, which is shown below:

How Do I Create My Name Template?

  • Create a name template, using the following instructions:
    • Your name template will link to your user page, so the reader is able to find out a bit about who you are. You should have a user page which was created when you first logged in to WikiDoc. For instructions on creating a user page, click here.
    • Type "Template:your initials" in the search box. If your name were John Doe, you would search for "template:JD". In the edit box, you would type [[User:John Doe|John Doe M.D.]]. On the left side of the vertical line in the square brackets, is the link to your user page. On the right side of the vertical line in the square brackets, is how you will want your name to appear at the top of the page. Click save.
    • Then whenever John Doe M.D. wants his name to appear at the top of the page, with a link to his user page, he would just have to type in {{JD}}.
  • The edit box for John Doe creating a page on Jaundice, would then look like this:

__NOTOC__ {{Jaundice}} {{CMG}} {{AE}} {{JD}}

On the page it would appear at the top as such: Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [5] Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: John Doe M.D.

  • After this line, you would add a line for synonyms and keywords for the disease if there are any. This is detailed in the next section on the main help page.

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