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Editorial markup

By adding a tag to an article, you can mark the article or a part of the article as needing editorial attention. There are three basic variants of the tag: attention, contributions wanted and incomplete; furthermore, you can specify that the tag applies to a particular section or to the article as a whole. Below are some examples of the tags together with displays of the resulting outputs; the syntax is hopefully clear.

[note article attention]This article needs to be cleaned up; in particular, it needs to be organised into more clearly marked sections.[/note]

Note iconAttention This article is in need of attention. This article needs to be cleaned up; in particular, it needs to be organised into more clearly marked sections.

[note section contributions wanted]We should really include an example showing a use of this technique in proving Fermat's Last Theorem.[/note]

Note iconContributions wanted This section could use additional contributions. We should really include an example showing a use of this technique in proving Fermat's Last Theorem.

[note article incomplete]This article is missing large parts of what is required of a Tricki article, such as examples and a quick description.[/note]

Note iconIncomplete This article is incomplete. This article is missing large parts of what is required of a Tricki article, such as examples and a quick description.