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riverwiki:add_river [February 24, 2014]
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-====== Add A River ====== 
  
 **A river can only be added if it is not already created in the database. ​ Please avoid creating duplicate entries and if you feel you need to make changes to a river do that by directly editing the current entry in the guide.** **A river can only be added if it is not already created in the database. ​ Please avoid creating duplicate entries and if you feel you need to make changes to a river do that by directly editing the current entry in the guide.**
  
-  - Fill in the following form, the new river will automatically be created based on the information you provide and then added to the database. ​ Where required please use complete ​sentence ​and proper grammar. ​ It shouldn'​t read like a text message. ​ If you do not know certain information such as the '​Gradient'​ leave it blank and another user can fill it in later. ​ The 'River Name' and '​Description'​ are required. For the 'River Name' please use the following format; 'River Name Section Paddled' ​with no ':'​ or other characters.  For example '​Kananaskis River Upper Section'​. ​ Take a look at your newly created river by following the link provided to after pushing the '​submit'​ button. ​The next two steps are completely optional ​and a little bit trickier. ​ An admin or more advanced user can complete them at a later date. **That'​s it. Simple as pie.** +  - Fill in the following form, the new river will automatically be created based on the information you provide and then added to the database. ​ Where required please use complete ​sentences ​and proper grammar. ​ It shouldn'​t read like a text message. ​ If you do not know certain information such as the '​Gradient'​ leave it blank and another user can fill it in later. ​ The 'River Name' and '​Description'​ are required. For the 'River Name' please use the following format; 'River Name (Prov) - Section Paddled ​Class'​. ​ For example '​Kananaskis River (AB) - Upper Section ​III'.  The class and province will need to be manually be added to the title after it is created.  Take a look at your newly created river by following the link provided to after pushing the '​submit'​ button. ​ Once created you and other users can further edit the entry
   - (Optional) Follow the instructions provided in your newly created river to add a map to it and videos or pictures.   - (Optional) Follow the instructions provided in your newly created river to add a map to it and videos or pictures.
  
-  - (Optional) Finally click "Edit This Page" link in the Commands box.  On the bottom of the white textbox you will notice a collection of checkboxes representing different tags.  Your new river entry will automatically be tagged with its class, location, time, and either creeking or playboating. ​ You can add to this if necessary and select something like '​canoeing'​ because the river you added may also be suitable for canoeing such as the Lower Kananaskis River. 
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 <​form>​ <​form>​
  
-action template ​river_guide:​river_template ​river_guide:rivers:+action template ​riverwiki:​river_template ​riverwiki:rivers:
  
-Textbox ​ "River Name" @+Textbox ​ "River/Lake Name" @
  
-select "Class" "I|II|III|IV|V"+select "Difficulty" "Class_I|Class_II|Class_III|Class_IV|Class_V|Flatwater"
  
 select "​Type"​ "​Creeking|Playboating|River_Run|Canoeing|ParknPlay|Park_and_Huck"​ select "​Type"​ "​Creeking|Playboating|River_Run|Canoeing|ParknPlay|Park_and_Huck"​

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