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Use the 'Discussion' Tab (above) to let us know other FAQ's we should postA position from which a terminal operates in an org, where one knows that somebody is at. (FO 2200).

I can't log-in, it didn't send me an email

Go to "My preferences" at the top:

  • scroll down and check to make sure your email address is correct.
  • click the blue highlighted 'send email confirmation' link to re-send a confirmation email.
  • did you answer Captcha question when you created the account? If not sure, then click 'create account' again and be sure to answer the challenge question and use the correct email address.
  • check your email spam folder to see if the confirmation email was filtered out.
  • IF THE ABOVE DOESN'T RESOLVE THE ISSUE THEN email us and include a phone number for support to call you to resolve the issue. (if outside the USUnited States. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976)., include your Skype ID)

watchEvery member of a ship's company has two general types of activities, one of these is as a member of watches, wherein he handles his duties of steering, lookout, engines, etc., including emergency drills. (FO 1109) list

This site has something special you won't find on Facebook or any other site. Each and every article, Auditor page, Success Story or any page on the site has a Discussion forum attached to it. It is more flexible than other websites because you can carry on a two way communication1. the consideration and action of impelling an impulse or particle from source point across a distance to receipt point with the intention of bringing into being at the receipt point a duplication and understanding of that which emanated from the source point. (HCOB 5 Apr 73)...more about the specific topic of any page you are on. You can also "Watch" the discussion so you can easily find it again and keep current with the latest postsA position from which a terminal operates in an org, where one knows that somebody is at. (FO 2200) on any particular page or discussion you want. (select "Watch this page" from the drop down arrow next to the search box)

Logged in users can check their "Watchlist" when returning to the site and quickly find the conversations they are following.

Note - 1: be sure to "Watch" any Articles or pages you want to be notified about. (drop-down arrow next to the search box)

Note - 2: You will receive an automated email notification whenever a change or edit is made to any page you yourself have previously edited. (unless you haven't provided an email address in your 'preferences' OR you turn off this function in 'preferences')

easy way to create a page

  1. Create a log-in for the site. (upper right corner of any page)
  2. Find the "CREATE A NEW PAGE" link in the sidebar under the "HELP AND SUPPORT" section.
  3. Select the type of page you wish to create. i.e. "Auditors", "Articles", "Personal Profiles", etc.
  4. Give the page a unique name. (there cannot be two pages with the exact same name on the website)
  5. Click the button to create the page
  6. Fill in the form as best you can and any text in the text area. (don't try to get it perfect on the first edit)
  7. Preview your new page - if all looks good...
  8. "SAVE" the page. (if you leave before saving your work will be lost)
  9. can find your page anytime you log into the site using the search feature which auto-completes as you type.

how can I make my pages look better

Watch the short tutorial on creating a page...which explains the 'text editor' built into every page

how do I add pictures to my page

  • choose 'upload file' from the Toolbox in the left hand 'sidebar'
  • after uploading your file/picture, make note of the file-name or use 'copy & paste' method.
  • go to your page and 'paste' the file-name onto your page where you want the picture.
me, bungee-jumping - weeee!!!
  • add the brackets and other elements like this [[File:yourimage.jpg|right]] (you can substitute "center" or "left" to move the pics location)- (NOTE: the "|" vertical separator between the end of the file-name and the word "left". It's called a "pipe" symbol...& on your keyboard)
  • THUMBNAIL: use the elements as above but add "thumb" like this:


  • CAPTION: use the elements as above but add a caption under the pic like this: [[File:bungee2.jpg|thumb|right|me, bungee-jumping - weeee!!!]]
  • click 'show preview' to make sure it looks right
  • SAVE the page.

images from Wikimedia Commons

Images on Wikimedia Commons can be displayed on this site without having to upload them to our server.

One simply copies the file name from wikimedia commons, with the wiki syntax normally used to display images on a page, and it magically appears on our site - as if we had it on our server.

This image at Wikimedia Commons:

[[File:Vervain hummingbird (Mellisuga minima).jpg|200px]]

Becomes this pic here: (with no downloading or uploading necessary) Vervain hummingbird (Mellisuga minima).jpg

Pictures in the Infobox

  • You should always put a picture in the Infobox if the field is there. (not all pages call for a picture in the Infobox)
  • If you don't want a picture of yourself, chose any image you like and upload it.
  • Any picture uploaded to an Infobox will automatically be converted to a small size to fit nicely in the Infobox.
  • You can also use the same pic in the main body of the page by copying the file name, inserting it in the main text area and following the instructions for adding a picture to the page as above.

how do I add video to my page

  • Quick tip to add video to your page.(video tutorial and more elaborate instructions coming soon)
  1. Put the following code on your page where you want the video to play. <videoflash>your Youtube code|400|300</videoflash>
  2. The "your Youtube code" is everything after the "=" sign on your Youtube video page. (it's in the top navigation bar of the Youtube webpage) e.g (the last part after the "=" sign is what you will put into the player.
  3. Copy-and-paste that Youtube code into the videoflash code you just put on your page. (in place of the "your Youtube code") e.g. <videoflash>Ye032xYnKZc|400|300</videoflash> (notice the "|" 'pipe's' or vertical separators used)
  4. The numbers "400" and "300" represent the dimensions of the player. (you can experiment with changing those numbers to vary the size of the video on your page.
  5. Be sure to save your page & enjoy the video. (popcorn optional)

how do I link to other pages or websites

how to leave a message for another user

  • click on their username
  • go to their 'Discussion' page
  • leave your message
  • they will have 'message' notice at the top of their window next time they come to the site. (and also receive an email notification if they have that preference set in "My preferences")

can I email another user?

  • click on their username
  • from their user page find the "E-mail this user" link on the sidebar under the "Toolbox" heading.
  • an email dialogue box will pop-up for you to send your message.
  • NOTE: neither party's email address is displayed in this dialogue box to maintain privacy, just the usernames. Once you send the email to someone however, your email address will be visible to them in the "from" header of their email message.

how do I find another user

  • If they postA position from which a terminal operates in an org, where one knows that somebody is at. (FO 2200) on a discussion page, their username is automatically signed. (click on their username and either message on their Discussion page or email them)
  • e.g. click on my username and send me a message - Dl88008

how do I add References to pages

There are built-in systems for creating references and links to other sources of information in an article. This is very helpful to readers and should be done as much as possible...that's part of the benefit of using a wiki.

link to another page within this wiki

  1. enclose the exact page name in double square brackets "[[" & "]]"
  2. "I am a big fan of L Ron Hubbard." written like this - I am a big fan of [[L Ron Hubbard]].

link to external web page

Two options:

A. enclose the link in single square brackets and a blue numbering system appears next to the last word before the link.

  • e.g. "On the subject of egg timers [1], I have no opinion." Looks like this when you write it - On the subject of egg timers [], I have no opinion.

B. Highlight the word or phrase you want to link like this:

  • "On the subject of egg timers, I have no opinion." Looks like this when you write it - On the subject of [ egg timers], I have no opinion. (notice the space before inserting the words egg timers)

cite references by number

  1. At the point in the sentence where you want to put a reference, use the "<ref> - </ref>" tags. (beginning and end of the reference)
  2. e.g. In the sentence "Joe Blow was a fine fellow". To link to more information about Joe Blow you would write - "Joe Blow <ref>[ Joe Blow]</ref> was a fine fellow." Notice the square brackets on each side of the link and a short word or two (Joe Blow) about the link is inserted as well.
  3. Then add a "headline" at the bottom of your page. e..g. = notes =
  4. Then place the following after the Headline "notes" - <references />
  5. To see an example of this, go to this page see the references (numbers highlighted in blue) and "view source" or "edit with tab" and look at the code in use there.
  6. See the Cite Extension in use on this site.

What are "Admin Edits"?

  • Admin Edits are edits to your Article or Page to correct or improve the layout or look of the page. It is important the site maintains a consistent look and so admins try to improve the layout of pages to help that. Admins do not alter content except in cases of grammatical or spelling corrections or to remove offensive content or content that otherwise violates the policy's of this site.
  • The adminA contraction or shortening of the word administration, admin is used as a noun to denote the actions involved in administrating an organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). edits are also intended as instructional aids to the authors of articles so they can learn various wiki techniques to improve their articles.

infobox needs more info

  • Since this site is new, the data gathered in the infobox's is evolving. Your help is needed to improve the choices listed on the Forms inputs. Please postA position from which a terminal operates in an org, where one knows that somebody is at. (FO 2200) your suggestions on the Discussion page here, on the Technical Support Page or by clicking my username and the Discussion page there.
  • Example: You think an additional choice for "Location" in the Anthology Form would be helpful...Please let us know as above. - Dl88008 07:58, 28 March 2012 (MDT)

I want a map on my page

Contact Technical Support

I want a graph on my page

Contact Technical Support

can I get an email notification of postA position from which a terminal operates in an org, where one knows that somebody is at. (FO 2200) replies or page edits?

Yes, "My preferences" (top of any page) > check the appropriate boxes in the "email confirmation" section.

page formatting


Tilde's "~" are used to sign your name on a page. this is a way to give you attribution for or indicate who made a particular change. (not needed on discussion pages because your username is automatically inserted whenever you postA position from which a terminal operates in an org, where one knows that somebody is at. (FO 2200))

Putting three tilde's "'''~~~'''" at the end of a lineThe military type of organization form whereby there is a definite ascending and descending chain of command. Orders pass from top management down the line of command and compliances and data pass on up without by-passing the chain of command. (Modern Management Defined (c) L. Ron Hubbard, 1976) will postA position from which a terminal operates in an org, where one knows that somebody is at. (FO 2200) your username. (four of them will add the date & time as well)

e.g Dl88008


Dl88008 07:15, 20 July 2013 (MDT)


Using tables to display data is very powerful and used in wikis extensively. Wherever you see boxed or contained information on a page it is done by using some form of a "table"

For a more complete description and explanation of tables go to the Wikipedia page Here or the Mediawiki page Here


Templates are used extensively in wikis because they make the work of creating pages much simpler. They also standardize the way pages are presented throughout the site.

For an example of a template, simply put the following on your user page (or any test page you like) '''{{Welcome}}'''.

For help creating templates go Here