Welcome![edit source]


Hi Hayley,

Welcome to Appropedia. Please make yourself at home! If you need help, please check out the Help pages or leave me a message on my talk page.

Check your preferences and be sure you verify your email address and turn on email notification if you'd like it -- you can find out when your talk page, or any page on your watchlist, is modified. Please consider putting some information about yourself on your userpage and uploading a photo as well.

If you have a particular interest or project in mind, go ahead and start it! Feel free to leave me a note on my talk page if you have further questions, need help finding your way around, have a cool idea for a project, or just want to chat. Most importantly remember to be BOLD in your edits to pages. Others will come along and help out.

Glad to have you here, --Lonny

Image Help[edit source]

Hi Hayley,

Great work so far on the Hand Held Diagnostic Tool.

System for Nucleic Acid Purification (SNAP) open

Your image in Hand Held Diagnostic Tool is not showing because the o in the image title should be capitalized. For instance the following code:

[[Image:SNAP_Open.jpg|thumb|right|System for Nucleic Acid Purification (SNAP) open]]

creates the image to the right:

Please see Help:Images for more on using images.

Link Help[edit source]

You can link to other pages on appropedia using double brackets. For instance the following code:

[[La Machine Diagnostique Manuelle - Infomation en Francais]]

creates the following link: La Machine Diagnostique Manuelle - Infomation en Francais

Using a different title[edit source]

You can use a bar to change the name of the link, e.g.:

[[La Machine Diagnostique Manuelle - Infomation en Francais|this page]]

creates the following link: this page

Thank you, --Lonny 12:07, 6 August 2008 (PDT)

Very cool[edit source]

Hey Hayley,

Hope things are going well for you post-IDDS. Great to see you still adding to the pages, Hand Held Diagnostic Tool & La Machine Diagnostique Manuelle - Infomation en Francais. French - very impressive. Merci.

(That just used about 10% of my vocab).

--Chriswaterguy 11:16, 1 October 2008 (PDT)

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