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Feel free to contact me on my talkpage if you need anything. ;D -- D. Cello 04:19, May 19, 2010 (UTC)
I suspect you are making false, unnecessary posts to earn achievement points, I will not only take it up with the sysops, if they are not on IRC, I'll leave a message with the 'Big Cheese' DCellio, do NOT let it happen again!
Have a good day, Sincerely TheSt0ryTeller 21:32 EST, June 4
Nice Avatar you have there!
Yo There, St0ryTeller here.
Nice Avatar you have there, be pretty awesome if something were to increase its level of awesomeness. We make avatars for people without them or want there own personalised one, get your own selection and we guarentee you'll pee yourself because of how EPICLY AWESOME IT IS! Don't believe me check out these users:
- Rayne's little square box on his page
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- Nostalgia AC
You seem to be having trouble with double links when editing. As a refresher, a double link should be removed when a link is already in that article but NOT when in the memory infobox or when listed at the top of a page. You did not need to remove the link of Venice from the San Marco article because you ignore the top coded element. You also did not need to remove the links stated in the opening paragraph of The Wounded Eagle because you ignore the fact that they are listed in the memory infobox.
In both of those situations you would leave the exsisting links and only remove those that are repeated in the same article.
In that example you would remove the second link to the Templars page because its repitive. Just remember that it is not repitive if stated in the memory infobox or at the top in a coded element.
I apologize for being a bit vague as well it's just a difficult thing to describe but I hope you get it now,
Nostalgia 19:48, September 2, 2011 (UTC)