Clicklaw Wikibooks User Guide
The Clicklaw Wikibooks User Guide explains tips for Clicklaw Wikibooks users relating to searching, navigation and leaving feedback. If you are an editor, please consult the Clicklaw Wikibooks Contributor Guide
When viewing any page on Clicklaw Wikibooks, you'll find three main navigation elements:
- The sidebar links to important pages and commands on Clicklaw Wikibooks. For example, there is a link to the main page of the site, shortcuts to specific Wikibook titles, and printing options (for more information on how to print or export pages or entire wikibooks see the Clicklaw Wikibooks Print/Export Guide).
- The search box on the top right of each page enables a full text search over all Clicklaw Wikibooks.
- Towards the bottom of the page you will see more links about Clicklaw Wikibooks and currency information for the page you are viewing.
For pages within a Clicklaw Wikibook, there are two additional navigation elements that enable you to navigate around the Wikibook:
- The table of contents block towards the top right of every page, which provides links to main sections of a Wikibook.
- The navigation box (called a "navbox") at the bottom of every page, which provides links to all pages of a Wikibook; the navbox is like a sitemap for a specific Wikibook title.
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Clicklaw Wikibooks encourages feedback to help us improve the resources. We try to follow some best practices. The bottom of most pages includes a feedback option. Please note that this feedback feature is for anonymous suggestions only. Questions left will not receive a reply.
Tips on posting feedback
Your feedback is more helpful if considers these tips:
- Say what you were looking for but could not find.
- Be specific regarding the part of the page that could be improved and how.
- Be concise and keep suggestions to 200 words or less
- Suggest something that would benefit many readers to know, not just those in a narrow set of circumstances.
What to avoid:
- Comments that contain personal information for anyone, such as emails, names or phone numbers.
- Requests for legal advice on a problem, since this is not a legal advice website.
- Insults or obscenities.
- Advertisements, promotional or commercial messages.