Welcome to the Hero-U Wiki! The following help section is created and edited by wiki users, just like the rest of the wiki.
Experienced with Dishonored, but new to wikis?[edit source]
- A wiki is designed to allow every user to edit its content. If you see something you think could be improved about the Hero-U Wiki, improve it! Just click the "edit" tab at the top of most pages to edit their contents. You may have to sign up and/or log in before you'll see the "edit" tab - but it's free and takes under a minute to do so.
- Don't be afraid to edit. Part of the wiki system is an integrated version tracking system, so there's never a fear of losing something. If you make a mistake, you or someone else can easily fix it - so take the initiative and make a change if you think it's useful. (Tip: when editing, you can also use the "Preview" button to check how the page will look before you save it!)
- While it's not required reading, Help:Style guide has some handy pointers on how to format pages so they stay consistent with the rest of the wiki. Don't worry if you just want to make a small change, though - go ahead and do it; someone can always update it later if need be to make it consistent.
- If you need a basic guide to the formatting syntax used for editing pages, take a look at the editing help page.
- If you want to experiment with wiki code someplace other than an actual article page, you can use your own userpage, or the shared sandbox page.
- Once you feel comfortable with Wiki syntax, feel free to start adding your knowledge of Dishonored to the many articles.
Experienced with wikis, but new to Dishonored?[edit source]
- The Hero-U Wiki is designed to be a reference for all things Dishonored-related. Feel free to create articles on topics as you encounter them, and of course to use the Hero-U Wiki as a helpful guide to your Dishonored experience.
- If you've worked with Media-wiki's before, then all of the standard formatting will be familiar.
- See Help:Style guide for some basic guidelines regarding article formatting.
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