Hey! I noticed you've been linking pages in articles by copying and pasting their web address. However, this isn't necessary to do. As long as you're in Source Editor, to link an article, all you have to do is type brackets on either side of the page name, like this: [[Simba]]. And it's way easier. :)
Hey! Actually, I never used Source Editor when editing pages. I usually use Visual Editor because I found it easier to write that way. I just copy the words in certain pages and then paste it in the page I'm editing in Visual Editor. I didn't know that doing so will make it seem like I copy-pasting the web address when opening it in Source Editor. My bad. (^_^;)
Sorry to butt in, but I’m pretty sure that you can link in the Visual Editor as well. If you highlight the word you want to link, an option should come up that looks like the brackets Pink is talking about ([[ ]]). If you click that and copy-paste in the URL, it should automatically create the link for you. It’s been a while since I used the Visual Editor, so I may be wrong, but I’m pretty sure that’s how it’s done.
I know how to link. It's just when editing by copy-pasting from another page, I never really pay much attention to the linking. Once the copy-pasting done, I just checked the grammar and the sort, but never really checked on the words already linked from the page I copied.
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There's a lot to do around here, so I hope you'll stay with us and make many more edits. Please leave a message on my talk page if I can help with anything! Honeyfur (talk) 03:58, August 31, 2019 (UTC)