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Adding Images to Articles
Shorty1982 has been bringing this up in his edit comments, but I don't think you've seen those, so I'm leaving you this message here. When adding images to articles, they never go in the middle of sentences or paragraphs, only outside of paragraphs. If you're not sure what I mean, just check out how Shorty or I have moved the images you've posted for an example of how they should be, or just the format of any article in general (and you'll see that they're never put there.) Also, we ask that you follow the wiki's Image policy when posting images, by adding an infobox with an appropriate source and license info. Images that don't carry such an infobox may be subject to speedy deletion. ProfessorTofty 02:52, November 20, 2011 (UTC)