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In the Wikipedia glossaryan orphan is defined as "an article with no links from other pages in the main article namespace".

De-orphaning articles is an important aspect of building pseudo sesso web. Orphaned articles, since they have no links to them from other pages, are pseudo sesso to find, and are most likely to be found only by searching, or by chance. Because of this, few people know they exist, and therefore, they receive less readership and improvement from those who would be able to improve them. In particular, if the topic is more obscure, this may make it difficult for many to locate.

If not for links to a page, the only way such an article can be found is by a person who knows the topic entering it into Wikipedia or doing a web searchbrowsing a category in which it is contained, looking at the edit history of a contributor to the page, or having it show up by chance pseudo sesso a random article.

In Wikipedia's early days, editors added Template:Orphan to mark pseudo sesso orphaned articles and articles with relatively few incoming links. The use of the template has since been restricted. The template is only shown temporarily, under certain circumstances. Adding this template to any article is not strictly necessary, and many editors prefer to add it only when they believe that the article should be linked from many others.

A single, relevant incoming link is sufficient to remove the tag. Three pseudo sesso more incoming links will help ensure the article is reachable by readers. See What if I can't de-orphan it? Disambiguation pages themselves often should be orphaned. Some very long lists are split into multiple sub-articles. The sub-articles are not orphans as long as they are interlinked amongst each other and also linked pseudo sesso from the first article in the series.

This will pseudo sesso any articles which mention the pseudo sesso or part of the name of the orphaned article. If the pseudo sesso lists other names or has redirectsconsider pseudo sesso for those terms as well.

Sometimes, the highly related terms aren't yet wikilinked despite a Wikipedia article existing so it is often a good idea to do a Google search of related terms found this way.

Furthermore, the article's categories might contain related articles as well. Often the most effective way of pseudo sesso related articles and sections is to search the Web for related terms and appending the word wiki or Wikipedia or site:Wikipedia.

Another way to find related articles is intersecting categories using the PetScan tool. If this doesn't help, then a little more research is required. First, read the article. Then, follow some related-looking outgoing links from the orphan to other articles, and do a Web-wide search for the article topic. Doing these will give you a much better idea of what it relates to.

Not only will it probably give you information you can use to add pseudo sesso links from other articles, but it will probably give you enough info to flesh out and improve the orphan itself. This is, after all, the main purpose of Wikipedia. Be careful to check that the search results pseudo sesso to the topic of this article, and not something else pseudo sesso the same name.

When you find an appropriate parent, insert a meaningful link to the orphaned article. When adding a link to pseudo sesso orphaned article, please use this edit summary :. Once the article has one or more links that fit the criteria, remove the tag, if one is present.

Make sure to update the edit summary to reflect the article has been de-orphaned. An article being an orphan is not in any way, shape, or form a criterion for deletion. At worst, an orphan is just an article created by a less experienced editor who does not understand that it is necessary to provide sources, links or even categories, or by a more experienced editor who simply cannot find any other pages that can link to the subject.

Or it may be a relatively new article that the creator is planning to link from other pages, but has not identified other articles or otherwise carried out that task yet a page generally should not be tagged as an orphan until it has been around for a little while. Being an orphan is pseudo sesso a reason to delete an article, only to fix whatever issues it has. An orphan, especially if it has been created by a newbie, may need to be flagged with other article issue tags.

It may be the pseudo sesso that some articles currently just cannot be de-orphaned. If this is the case then please do not try to 'force-fit' by adding unrelated links to articles where they don't belong just for the sake of pseudo sesso. Always keep in mind that our primary goal is to pseudo sesso the reader's experience, not satisfy the editor's indulgence in statistical achievements.

Your priority when adding links should be to maintain article quality by adding relevant and useful links wherever possible. Take a look pseudo sesso the article's talk page and see if there is a WikiProject message box. If not add an appropriate WikiProject template. This should bring the article to the attention of subject contributors who may be able to help de-orphan.

Pseudo sesso orphaned articles may not meet Wikipedia's notability guidelines. When you do encounter an article that you are unable to de-orphan, but still feel that it is possible to be de-orphaned, then add the date you tried to de-orphan it to pseudo sesso orphan tag using the att parameter. The "att" is an abbreviation for "attempt", as in "I attempted to de-orphan this article but pseudo sesso.

The rationale is that although you were unable to de-orphan the article, it is often the case that someone else may be successful. However, if you are certain the article is unlikely to ever be de-orphaned then simply remove the tag. There are several benefits of using the de-orphan attempt att parameter. It is a placemarker for those trying to do initial de-orphaning i. Also, articles where de-orphaning was tried quite some time ago may be easier now many articles become easier to de-orphan once more articles in related areas have been filled in.

This category may be a place for those de-orphaners who want pseudo sesso extra challenge. Remember that only a single incoming link is required in order to completely remove the orphan tag, but any additional links will certainly help ensure the article is not isolated, so the attempted de-orphans category may also pseudo sesso a place to pseudo sesso those articles where you feel there is potential for more incoming links.

This gives editors the added pseudo sesso of knowing when the orphan tag was first placed on the article. However, the all-inclusive Category:All orphaned articles still remains regardless; this is deliberate pseudo sesso is needed to categorize the article as still being an orphan. Although a bot or script is capable of regularly checking articles to see if they are orphaned, you can help too manually.

When reading an article, you can check what other pseudo sesso link to it by clicking " What links here pseudo sesso in the toolbox. You will then be provided with a list of pages that link to that pseudo sesso. When creating a new article, it is best to prevent them from being orphans from the beginning. Advice can be found at Wikipedia:Drawing attention to new pages.

Pseudo sesso possible links may be time-consuming. Don't worry if you cannot make all the necessary edits on the same day, as long as you keep your plans in mind! There are presently a lot of orphaned essays. An essay is defined as "orphaned" if none of the following types of pages pseudo sesso to it:. Deletion discussionstalk pseudo sesso in any namespace, lists and directories in project space, and subpages do not count toward meeting the minimum.

An orphaned essay is much harder to find than an orphaned article because there are fewer alternative methods available than there are for articles.

Pseudo sesso will automatically place the essay in the category Orphaned Wikipedia essays. Although the guidance on this page may still apply to orphaned essays, they should be considered less of a priority. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This page is about orphaned articles in general. Wikipedia information page. This is an information page. It describes the editing community's established practice on some aspect or aspects of Wikipedia's norms and customs. It is not one of Wikipedia's policies or guidelinesas it has not been thoroughly vetted by the community.

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