User talk:RTRJR

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Thank you for your contributions to the site and your article! You seem to be doing the conversions between imperial and metric units which is great! However we do have templates to help you with this, if you look below the edit box you will see a category labeled Conversion Templates these will help you by automatically doing the conversion for you, it also helps keep numerical values in the same formate across the site.

Again, thanks for the edits! Let me know if you have any questions! --Brian 01:01, 26 September 2007 (CDT)

With regards to your post on Catxx's user talk page. I agrre with you, I went ahead and removed the indicators in the template that they can take Pellet and Flake food. I would also add that information into the feeding section as it is useful information. Thanks for pointing this out! --Brian 14:02, 26 September 2007 (CDT)


Make sure when sending messages to other users, you edit their Talk (discussion) page, not the user page directly. Also when you sign a page, use the following code
this will insert your username with a link and the date of your edit.

As for your question about the link, the format looks like this:

[http://url.tld/path/to/content Label here]

This looks like: Label here

If, god forbid your url contains a space you will need to encode it to %20, otherwise the software will break the above code around the space and use the second part for the label. For internal links (links to other articles), you separate the link and the label with a bar character (|), for example, linking to the main page I could use:

[[Main Page]]

this link looks like Main Page or

[[Main Page|Website front page]]

this link looks like Website front page. Hope this gives you a good starting point, let me know if you have any more questions. --Brian 00:37, 27 September 2007 (CDT)

hi RTRJR! thanks for your message! as Brian said, if you ever see any mistakes like this just change them! i am by no means an expert on all fish hehe. and i've never kept puffers, so just go ahead and amend around me! i won't be offended! if anything, i'll learn something new :) --Cat 09:15, 27 September 2007 (CDT)

Just thought I'd pop a note in to say how much I enjoyed reading your dwarf puffer article.

Very well put together.

--Quatermass 06:10, 4 October 2007 (CDT)