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I think I understand your comment here to mean that when you searched for "Aguas Calientes", the result said "Create the page "Aguas Calientes" on this wiki!"
Although that is phrased as a command, it should be read as a suggestion. The same suggestion comes up on any failed search, even for nonsense typing. You should not act on the suggestion unless you think that such a page should exist and you are qualified to create it.
In this case, if you know of images of the subject, you could create a gallery. The format is:
File:first file name.jpg
File:second file name.jpg
File:third fine name.png
You may optionally add " | this is a caption" after any of the image names.
- Hi Jim,
- Thanks for the info. I was aware I could add images using tags. However the search returned maybe 20 images and it seemed that the "gallery page" should include them. I was thinking there might be a way to automate that. I guess I should have ignored the suggestion to create a page.
- Would a "category" make more sense? Since these photos came up in the search, that's probably all that's needed.
- Go ahead and delete the page if you feel that is appropriate. I'm obviously new to creating wiki pages but need to learn.
- — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rfrenkel123 (talk • contribs) 13:50, 26 December 2012 (UTC)