Wikipedija je "enciklopedija, ki jo lahko ureja vsakdo". To vodi do nikoli dokončanega procesa popravljanja, [[lektura|lektoriranja]] in preverjanja s strani celotnega občestva Wikipedije. Spodaj je navedenih nekaj enostavnih načinov za izboljšanje Wikipedijinih strani.
Common edits ==
* Words defined, described, or referenced as words should be italicized. Example: The term ''style'' also refers to the layout of an article.
* Headings should generally be noun phrases ('''History of...''') and not prepositional phrases ('''About the history of ...''').<!-- perhaps mention parallel structure? -->
* Correct Wikipedia headings begin with a single capital letter, i.e. they use [[sentence case]]. The only other capital letters in headings are in proper nouns and acronyms: '''Differences in defining art''', '''Critical response''', '''Landscape architecture and urban planning in the United Kingdom''', '''UNESCO'''.
Titles of works of art, literature, etc., should be italicized rather than in quotation marks, e.g. '' [[Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance]]''. Notable exceptions are song titles, short stories, or brief poems, e.g. " [[Can't Buy Me Love ]]" or "[[Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening]]". Italics are required, though, for a [[ song cycle]] such as ''[[Winterreise]]'' or the title of a longer poem such as ''[[Four Quartets]]''. Individual episode titles of television series need quotation marks, while the series name itself is italicized: "[[Welcome to the Hellmouth]]" is the premiere episode of ''[[Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series)|Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]''. Similar to the rule for using a direct quote, the name of any published work should be spelled exactly as published, using symbols and any in-word capitalization as in the original. For example, many science fiction titles make use of unconventional spelling and/or symbols, e.g. Piers Anthony's novel ''0X'' is correctly spelled with the digit zero instead of the letter O.
* All contractions must be spelled out, unless they are used in quotations and in titles of works of art, literature, etc.
* Confusing ''its'' and ''it's'' is a common mistake. ''It's'', a contraction of ''it is'' or ''it has'', should not be used unless it occurs in a quotation, as with other contracted forms (see the previous rule). ''Its'', the possessive form of the pronoun ''it'', should be used in the same way as the [[possessive pronoun]]s ''my'', ''his'', ''her'', ''our'', etc.