The Manual of Style is a guide designed to provide users with assistance in regards to editing. These guidelines are not to be followed to the letter; instead, they allow for some flexibility.
Many of the tips below derive from the Wikipedia Manual of Styles,
Most article should begin with an introductory lead-in section.
The lead section provides a brief summary of a page's contents.
The first time the name of the page is mentioned in the article, it should be marked in bold with
ImagesEditImages are some of the most important elements in articles. They make an article look good and appealing, and are able to speak wherever words fail. Conversely, small or low resolution images detract from an article. When inserting images, pay attention to the position, size and the appropriateness of the image to a page or section.
Large images, such as screenshots, should use the "thumb" (example:
[[Image:CoolImage.png|thumb]]) option which displays large images as thumbnails. Images should generally be right aligned to enhance readability by allowing a smooth flow of text down the left margin - the "thumb" option does this by default. If an infobox is not being used in an article, a right aligned picture in the lead section is encouraged.