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Macromedia Labs Wiki Help Page
The Macromedia Labs wiki allows editing of pages and content by the community, but only within specific sections of the site. For resources that provide group edit access, you will be required to log in with your Macromedia Labs/Macromedia.com username.
We do ask that you only contribute to a page or resource if you feel you can improve it. Please do not add comments or feedback to the author to the pages directly- there is a 'Discussion' tab available for most all areas of the site you can submit your feedback within, if you so desire. Use this tab to comment on or discuss a particular page or resource, so we can keep the content focused and on-topic.
Macromedia Labs administrators reserve the right to edit or moderate any submitted content. Please note that any off-topic, inappropriate or hostile content may result in your user account being banned from editing this wiki, including in Discussion pages. This resource is provided for the benefit of the Macromedia developer community- please help us keep it focused, on-topic, and useful for everyone!
Editing Wiki Pages
If you're not familiar to wikis, you may want to read through the MediaWiki documentation to get comfortable with the markup used to format wiki pages here on Macromedia Labs. Please preview your changes before committing/saving them to make sure you are leaving the page as readable as you found it. Note that not all pages in the Macromedia Labs wiki will be made group-editable.
The Macromedia Labs wiki requires a Macromedia.com or Macromedia Labs membership account. If you already have a user account on Macromedia.com (for accessing membership and subscriptions, the Online Forums, and the Macromedia Exchange), you can use this to log into Macromedia Labs directly- you won't need to create a new account.