This originally started out as a few measly edits and turned out to be a two-day project. I visited the standards page and wanted to make it a bit more comprehensive, and turned it into something that can really cover everything a potential editor could ever want or need - as a standards page should be: a comprehensive guide, if you will, to the way of our wiki.

We originally had the infoboxes for certain articles cascading down the page, and then some detailing on their Article Layout. I put the original two in a tabber to reduce page length, and thought "well, this is a standards page, why not cover every major infobox, and by association, that article's layout?"

That is what made made this project turn out so long, and what prompted these big changes. You’ll also see that I compressed our picture guidelines to again, reduce page length, and make it an easier read.

Now, you may say, "Anon, this is just too much."

Well, yeah, it is a lot, and I never intended it to be. But, as I thought about it, it needed to be because this is now and uber-helpful tool for all editors, new and old alike.

You may be worrying about all the templates slowing the page down, but for me, I have had no issues.

I do hope I haven’t overstepped my bounds by making such massive edits. If one has an issue or would like to discuss with me, feel free to do so here. Feel free to make any changes you like, I created this to be flexible and fit our needs as we go on. I'm eager to know everyone's thoughts!

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