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A user page is a page named for any registered user of Judgepedia.
If you've registered with Judgepedia, you have a user page. When you are logged-in, you can see your user in the upper-right of your screen. Your user name will appear in red until you add some content to your user page. User pages are edited using standard editing procedures.
Adding content to your user page
Most regular contributors add information to their user page. The reasons for doing this are:
- It helps other contributors get to know you.
- Contributors and readers of Judgepedia tend to give more weight to edits made by an editor who has content on his or her user page. (If you don't have any content on your user page, any edits you make show up with a red link for your user name in the article history.)
Types of content to add
Types of content that users add to their user pages includes:
- User participation badges
- Any information they want to share about themselves.
- Links to personal websites or blogs.
- The user's personal project or to-do list (that is, links to any articles or projects the contributor is working on or plans to work on.)