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User pages are for communication and collaboration. While considerable leeway is allowed in personalizing and managing your user pages, they are community project pages,
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User pages are
User pages are available to Wikipedia users personally for purposes compatible with the Wikipedia project and acceptable to the community;
when immediate action is not otherwise necessary.
then copy and paste this text into the Wikipedia search box and press ENTER. This will bring you to a page with the title User:Your_Wikipedia_Name/subpage. Now click the CREATE-button next to the Wikipedia search box and your new subpage will be created for you. Click on EDIT, enter a few test words and save the new page. You will notice that different from your User page a subpage contains a backlink to your User page looking like this:
Clicking on the backlink will bring you to your User page. But, contrary to what you might expect, no new tab has been created for "subpages", for example, containing a list of all of your subpages; everything on your User page is unchanged. So how do you navigate to your subpage? As a method of last resort, you can always go back to your subpage by adding the title of your subpage to the url of your User page:
If your home page url is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Your_Wikipedia_Name just add the name of your subpage: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Your_Wikipedia_Name/subpage we used "subpage" as our first subpage name, and therefore the above url will get us to our newly created subpage.
There is, of course, an easier method, but it has to be done manually. Copy and modify the following text and put it on your User page:
After saving your User page, clicking on this link will provide you with a list of all pages, containing the string "User:Your_Wikipedia_Name", which in our test case includes the sandbox, the User page and, of course, the newly created subpage.
You also have subpages ending in .js and .css to store any