Your edits to Chemistry[change source]
Thanks for your edits. However, this is Simple English Wikipedia. We try to make things simple here for people who don't know English very well. It looks like you are making things like normal English. Just a note, --Chemicalinterest (talk) 19:11, 8 November 2010 (UTC)
Hey, I'm not mean! Just trying to tell you something. You can ask a question about Wikipedia or science on my talk page and I will gladly answer. --Chemicalinterest (talk) 19:23, 8 November 2010 (UTC)
I would like to tell you that that is the way to go. Here is something that may help:
Hello, Aquaflame28, and welcome to the Simple English Wikipedia!
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You aren't "befuzzled"; it is normal for people to correct each other. You just had a minor problem and it is better now. Do you like to edit any particular type of article? I created some articles that you can work on if you want. They aren't my articles, so you can be bold! --Chemicalinterest (talk) 19:30, 8 November 2010 (UTC)
What colors? The orange bar on the top of the screen? This is how it comes:
- I write something on your talk page, which for you is User talk:Aquaflame28.
- The orange bar pops up on your screen showing that you have a new message.
- You write something on my talk page, which for me is User talk:Chemicalinterest.
- I get the orange bar on my screen showing that I have a new message.
- After you look at the message the orange bar disappears.
I can get an article for you to work on. See "Show any page" on the left side of the screen? It is under "New Changes". Click that and it picks a random article on this Wikipedia. You can see if there is any spelling errors or punctuation errors in them.
That is a little harder to do. You need to go under "My settings" on the top of the screen. Then use "wikicode" to make the signature how you like. To get this (Aquaflame28TALK), put this (<font color=green>[[User:Aquaflame28|Aquaflame28]]</font><sup><font color=red>[[User talk:Aquaflame28|TALK]]</font></sup>) in the "New Signature" box and check the ""Treat signature as wikitext (without an automatic link)" box. Again, this is just a pitiful example. I don't really know how to get a nice-looking signature very well as I am not very artistic. --Chemicalinterest (talk) 19:44, 8 November 2010 (UTC)
I know things about chemistry. Would you like an aquacolored flame on your userpage? Here are your choices; zinc burning, copper(II) flame test, copper metal flame. --Chemicalinterest (talk) 20:16, 8 November 2010 (UTC)
Would you believe me when I say that all you need to make this is:
- A twist tie.
- An "extra heavy duty" or "super heavy duty" battery.
- Some tweezers, tongs, or pliers.
- A pan of water to douse the flame.
Even though this is easy, I would not recommend that you do this. I got banned from chemistry by doing stuff like that.