For London Adultwork girls I created the following page: http://www.puntingwiki.com/wiki/Adultwork_girls
The intention is to create several sub-pages within it with useful listings such as by nationalities, outcalls only, etc. Click on the relevant nationality, etc links. Listing of Polish girls is pretty much finished. Hungarians are in progress: http://www.puntingwiki.com/wiki/List_of_London_Hungarian_Girls
If you want to contribute you first need to create a punting wiki account. Then click ‘edit’ on the relevant page sections. If you wish to add a girl in these tables/lists then insert the following code in the table like this:
|<insert girl’s nickname>
||<insert girl’s adultwork url>
Just make sure you post it above the ‘|}’ symbol at the bottom of the table to not “destroy” the table but even if you do someone else will correct it.
---------A few other basics:
*How to create a new page
. Very simple. In the browser address box just type http://www.puntingwiki.com/wiki/
<insert page name>
for example: http://www.puntingwiki.com/wiki/Indian
Girls. If there is no page with such name (Indian Girls) you will be asked whether you want to edit one. Click edit. Then type what you want.
* Posting links
. Super easy. First there is an automatic link generator but if you want to do it manually it is like this: (a) Links to other Wiki pages
: [[<insert wiki page name>]] e.g. [[London Agencies]]. If you want to use a different text: [[<insert wiki page name>|<insert text you want to display>]] e.g. [[London Agencies|here]](b) Links to external pages:
just paste the link e.g. https://www.ukpunting.com
. If you want to display a text then use [<insert link> <insert text>] e.g. [https://www.ukpunting.com UKPunting]
*To create headings in a page:
Just use ==<insert heading>== e.g. ==Introduction==. The more = signs you use the heading becomes a subheading of the previous heading. For example ===Background=== will now be a subheading to the ==Introduction== heading.
*For other basic formatting stuff:
Using the relevant editing buttons is the easiest way
*(e) To change colour of the text:
<span style="color: grey;">Neutral</span> will display Neutral
<span style="color: green;">Positive</span> will display Positive
See? It is not rocket science to do basic stuff.