Perbincangan:Angkor Wat

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It is probably a good idea to follow Wikipedia stylelistic conventions (enWikipedia:Wikipedia:Guide_to_Layout):

The subject of the article should be mentioned in strongly emphasised text at a natural place in the first sentence, or at least the first paragraph. The name of the subject may appear slightly different from the title of the page, or may include variations, but normally it is identical to the page title.

This means '''Angkor Wat''' (Angkor Wat) instead of <b><i>Angkor Wat</i></b>.

Best, Kowey 13:30, 19 Nov 2003 (UTC)

strongly emphasised does it mean must be in triple single quotation? I usually use HTML which use <b> = bold , <i> = italic for sake of consistency since I ues HTML a lot. If not, I prefer to use <b><i>Angkor Wat</i></b> as not to have too much standard to be remembered.


I'm not sure. There must be some justification for the Wiki markup language, maybe just convenience. In either case, it ought to be a structural markup <em> instead of a formatting markup <b>. I'll just continue using the Wiki markup :-) Kowey 14:02, 20 Nov 2003 (UTC)

I guess you know better... Yosri 00:47, 27 Nov 2003 (UTC)