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Elfpack tutorials are made by our very own members (people like you!) This page outlines the criteria for official Tutorials, so you know what we expect of a submission. If you fail to follow the guidelines, you will be spanked by [La Fleur de La Croix] (you better be scurred)!
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* By submitting your page, you understand that it can be edited by the council, commented on by anyone, and used by the EP Council wherever they want to use it!
* Your tutorial must be spellchecked, and contain good grammar. We can fix some mistakes, but if it's totally illegible it will not be accepted.
* You must link back to Tutorials.

* Start off with a large title, and a short explanation of the tutorial.
* Divide your tutorial up into sections, so it doesn't feel like a wall of text. Summarise each section with a short heading. You can use dividers from Elfpack Graphics too.
* Add a screenshot or photograph if it helps.

* For very long tutorials, add section links for easier navigation. They look like #this. If you don't know how, check [ I can't find a page for this, halp stephen?? ]. See Making Transparent Gifs for an example of how this is used.

* Finally, please keep your page on watch and be willing to answer any questions in the comments.

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2011-09-10 [Stephen]: x)

This is easy to follow. x3

2011-09-10 [La Fleur de La Croix]: lol For now, yes.

2011-09-11 [Stephen]: I c my name!

There's no help-page that explains how to do the #pagelink thing, that I know of. x)

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