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Every article at WikiLectures is included in the structure of all articles. What does it mean? Every article belongs to some category, which tells you, what subject or branch of medicine uses it. In addition, every article should be linked from one or more portals. What is the difference between categories and portals?

Categories[edit | edit source]

If you want to add an article to some category, you simple add this code to the end of the article, for example:


Every article can be present in more categories.


The category tree is complicated and every article should belong at least to one category. Categories will be used mainly by pedagogues, because they can see, what articles describe part of their subject or branch. Articles in categories are sorted in alphabetical order. The top category is named Categories. All the categories can be listed at the special page or through the category tree.

On the article page you can see all the categories, which it belongs to, at the end of the page.

Portals[edit | edit source]

Portals are different kind of structure. These are pages created by some user and articles here are listed not in alphabetical orde, but in a way how it is logical according to the study process. These articles can make chapters and sections in the portal. The only possibility how to add an article to the portal is to insert a link to article onto the portal page.

Portals will be used mainly by students, because articles here are sorted logically. Most portals are accessible from the main page.