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gdevelop5:community:contribute-to-the-wiki [2019/07/30 00:29]
heather [Keep it concise and professional]
gdevelop5:community:contribute-to-the-wiki [2019/09/05 20:33] (current)
4ian [Ordering of sections]
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 Adding `<​note>​` is fine and encouraged though. Adding `<​note>​` is fine and encouraged though.
 +## When to use bold, italic and quotes?
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 +* To refer to element of the interface, prefer the quotes. Example: click on "Add an object"​.
 +* Bold is for **very important things** (details not to be forgotten). Use italic for emphasising some part of a sentence without being as visual as bold - so for things that are _less important_.
 +* For expressions/​mathematical formula or code, use the backticks: `Object.X() + 3`.
  
 ## Ordering of sections ## Ordering of sections
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 ## Distinguish between a tutorial, a guide, and a reference page ## Distinguish between a tutorial, a guide, and a reference page
  
-A **tutorial** provides detailed instructions for beginners in simple game creation, with step-by-step screenshots and explanations. A **guide** focuses on one specific ​feature or task, and is more advanced and shorter than a tutorial. These can be found in [[gdevelop5:​tutorials|Tutorials and Guides]].+A **tutorial** provides detailed instructions for beginners in simple game creation, with step-by-step screenshots and explanations. A **guide** focuses on one specific task, and is more advanced and shorter than a tutorial. These can be found in [[gdevelop5:​tutorials|Tutorials and Guides]].
  
 Almost everything else in the wiki is a **reference page**. A reference page should explain a concept or a feature, and give the reader a solid understanding of where and how they would use it. Assume the reader has already completed the tutorials and that they understand the basic game making concepts when writing a reference page, and only explain what is new. Almost everything else in the wiki is a **reference page**. A reference page should explain a concept or a feature, and give the reader a solid understanding of where and how they would use it. Assume the reader has already completed the tutorials and that they understand the basic game making concepts when writing a reference page, and only explain what is new.