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User talk:DrRonF

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Good to have you one the site. дрсйпдц 21:38, 9 September 2010 (UTC)

One correction made

I changed your entry of Steven to Stephen.

Oh, and when you leave messages, you need to finish all messages with four tildes (~) these things. In order to sign your message. This goes whether its a message on a talk page, or on the discussion page for an article.... it leaves this: дрсйпдц 09:02, 27 May 2012 (MST)

Leaving messages

Got it! DrRonF 16:00, 27 May 2012 (MST)

Got it again!

I mean, got it Stephen!DrRonF 16:01, 27 May 2012 (MST)

Much better!

You got it!

Now while entering references, you need to "wikify" the page too. That means placing double brackets [[ on each side of key words in the article that do, or should have links in Wikichiro. If you need an example, I'll do a couple of lines for you....?дрсйпдц 15:16, 28 May 2012 (MST)

Got it. I forgot about that! DrRonF 08:50, 31 May 2012 (MST)

Your article

Two things:
1.- I inserted a couple of directory headings instead of your bold headings, to show you how. If you still prefer to just bold type them, then feel free to revert my change; and,
2.- The reason that references #8 was broken was that you inserted a carriage return or line break in the "title". That is what caused the url to fully print out instead of being assimilated into the reference correctly. Good work... you're getting there... дрсйпдц 08:56, 3 June 2012 (MST)


Good work! дрсйпдц 12:11, 5 June 2012 (MST)


Stephen, please review edit #17. When it is just a report, not a published work that would appear in Pubmed, or it contains incomplete reference info, can we still use it? DrRonF 04:31, 15 June 2012 (MST)

#17 !

This is fine... if you can locate that paper online, so much the better. IN which case use the url= tag in the reference... good thinking! дрсйпдц 16:42, 15 June 2012 (MST)

Going well...

Check out the change I made in Reference no 8. You had the title on two lines, and that breaks the template... same issue with Ref.# 11... look at it and you'll see the difference ion the formatting under references. I left this one for you to fix. дрсйпдц 11:35, 23 June 2012 (MST)

Confused about references

I've looked at both reference #8 and #11 and cannot seem to pinpoint exactly what you mean. I can't seem to locate any broken template but don't understand why brackets exist in the reference. DrRonF 07:30, 24 June 2012 (MST)

OK, check this out: Comparison of the edit I made on the last broken link

This should show you what I changed. Then you can apply that to reference #11 too...
Also, when you leave ME a message, you should do it on MY talk page, so I get notified that you're trying to reach me. дрсйпдц 11:41, 24 June 2012 (MST)

OK, you got that part of leaving messages... but forgot to sign your message with the four tildes... If you do that, I will not have to trace down who left what message to me... I, like you can just click on the blue signature and simply go there to respond. That's why you don't have to put a person's account on your watchlist. Only articles.

Also, if the message your leave, is a part of a message thread like this, then you leave it under an existing message header like this one. Otherwise, like where you left your message to me, you should have started a new message header. You're getting there.... you'll get this дрсйпдц 20:48, 24 June 2012 (MST)

The title= field has the title in two lines. the line break also breaks the note. Check it out. дрсйпдц 09:17, 25 June 2012 (MST)

Repeating references

If, for example you want to repeat a reference, say, e.g., this one: <ref name="cervical radiculopathy">, then all you need to do is add a forward slash to the end of the line, like this: <ref name="cervical radiculopathy"/> and you can just copy this to wherever else in your article you need it. Also, the reason that some lines appear inside of dotted line boxes is that you left a space at the left margin of that line. If you delete that space, the paragraph will appear correctly formatted again. I just looked at #28, and you did that perfectly as above described. Congrats! дрсйпдц 08:03, 11 July 2012 (MST)

State Specific Workers Compensation Studies ?  : I noticed that you have a list of State specific studies... and then only the 1st three are identified by State. You might want to use the device I inserted, i.e., a tertiary level directory entry to designate which State is involved... and then place them in alphabetic order. дрсйпдц 08:08, 11 July 2012 (MST)

Welcome back!!

Hope you didn;t forget it all.. Drsjpdc (talk) 10:53, 11 August 2012 (MST)

References errors

You got errors because you need a section with the == before and after it called References, and the under that you have to use the {{ symbol before an after the template reflist. Then the system can format the references there. Drsjpdc (talk) 14:05, 27 January 2013 (MST)


Went to headaches, and removed the first Bronfort reference as it was already in the article... check out the section on "Role of Chiropractic. Othersie... good work! Drsjpdc (talk)

CCGPP page

I took the liberty of making some changes to the CCGPP page... remember, I can put it all back if you are not happy. But I think this is the way to get this organized. There are still sections in the resources section which should probably be their own articles as with exercise... let me know what you think.

Drsjpdc (talk) 15:23, 30 December 2013 (MST)