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We use the templates to keep the content in a standard format, to reduce typing, and so that people don't leave required elements out of entries. Sorry if you consider over-templating , but it's the standard used for the elements of the site, so we ask that you please follow it.
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We use the templates to keep the content in a standard format, to reduce typing, and so that people don't leave required elements out of entries. Sorry if you consider "over-templating", but it's the standard used for the elements of the site, so we ask that you please follow it.
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Another standard of the site that we ask that you follow is to mark incomplete entries as stubs so that they are flagged as needing to be finished. An example of this would be when adding a bundle and not filling in all the sections about pricing, games, distributions, etc.
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Thanks!

Latest revision as of 20:36, December 14, 2013

We use the templates to keep the content in a standard format, to reduce typing, and so that people don't leave required elements out of entries. Sorry if you consider "over-templating", but it's the standard used for the elements of the site, so we ask that you please follow it.

Another standard of the site that we ask that you follow is to mark incomplete entries as stubs so that they are flagged as needing to be finished. An example of this would be when adding a bundle and not filling in all the sections about pricing, games, distributions, etc.

Thanks!

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