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His Eminence Archbishop Serge (Konovaloff) of Evkarpia was born on July 8, 1941, in Louvain (Belgium). He studied Germanic languages at the University of Louvain. Married and father of three children, he was ordained a deacon in 1968 by the late Archbishop Georges (Tarassoff) of Syracuse in Brussels and was elevated to protodeacon in 1976. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1980 by the late Bishop Georges (Wagner) of Evdokia and was elevated to archpriest in 1985. After the death of his wife, he was tonsured a monk in 1990. On June 8, he was elected to be the successor of the late Archbishop Georges (Wagner) of Evdokia (Archdiocese of the russian parishes in Western Europe under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople), receiving the title of “Archbishop of Evkarpia
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There are three different ways to '''create a new page''' on '''OrthodoxWiki''':
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==First method: Existing links==
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Click on an existing "broken" link in a current page, that is, a link which does not take you to another article but rather to an empty editing box, like this one here:  [[broken link]].
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You will be taken to an editing screen in which you can type your article. Click the "Save page" button at the bottom, and your new article is made.
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==Second method: New links==
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Edit an existing page (such as your user page or an existing article) to include a new link, by either putting double brackets around a word or phrase in the article or by adding in a new word or phrase with double brackets around it.  Either way, it should look like this:  '''<nowiki>[[New article name]]</nowiki>'''
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Click the "Save page" button at the bottom, then find your link in the newly edited article and click on it. See "First method" above.
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If you don't want to change the existing article in order to enable the creation of your new article, you can edit the [[OrthodoxWiki:Sandbox|Sandbox]] or your userpage to create the links.
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==Third method: URL==
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In the URL window of your browser (usually at the top where you see addresses like ''<nowiki>http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/</nowiki>''), type in the name of your new article preceded by <nowiki>http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/</nowiki>, including underscores for what would be spaces in the name, like this: 
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: '''<nowiki>http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/New_article_name</nowiki>'''
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Some browsers do not require the underscores, so you can type in the link like this instead: 
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: '''<nowiki>http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/New article name</nowiki>'''
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You'll then be presented with a few options to click on, including one near the top of the page to start the new article.
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==See also==
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*[[Help:Editing]]
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*[[OrthodoxWiki:Style Manual]]
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[[Category:Help]]
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[[Category:OrthodoxWiki]]

Revision as of 11:34, July 18, 2005

There are three different ways to create a new page on OrthodoxWiki:

Contents

First method: Existing links

Click on an existing "broken" link in a current page, that is, a link which does not take you to another article but rather to an empty editing box, like this one here: broken link.

You will be taken to an editing screen in which you can type your article. Click the "Save page" button at the bottom, and your new article is made.

Second method: New links

Edit an existing page (such as your user page or an existing article) to include a new link, by either putting double brackets around a word or phrase in the article or by adding in a new word or phrase with double brackets around it. Either way, it should look like this: [[New article name]]

Click the "Save page" button at the bottom, then find your link in the newly edited article and click on it. See "First method" above.

If you don't want to change the existing article in order to enable the creation of your new article, you can edit the Sandbox or your userpage to create the links.

Third method: URL

In the URL window of your browser (usually at the top where you see addresses like http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/), type in the name of your new article preceded by http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/, including underscores for what would be spaces in the name, like this:

http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/New_article_name

Some browsers do not require the underscores, so you can type in the link like this instead:

http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/New article name

You'll then be presented with a few options to click on, including one near the top of the page to start the new article.

See also

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