WikiIslam:Talk Page Guidelines
The purpose of a WikiIslam talk page (accessible via the discussion tab) is to provide space for editors to discuss changes directly relating to its associated article or project page.
Acceptable topics for discussion include concerns directly relating to the page, such as inaccuracies, formatting, renaming, merging and suggestions for further improvement. They are not there for debating the content of the article or for general attacks on the site or users of the site.
If your comment does not directly relate to improving the article, it may be deleted without a response, or moved to the appropriate location. Comments that do get a response may be deleted from the page after some time.
The reason for this rule is to not create disruptions on talk pages, and to not take up our editors time. Debating can be time-consuming and is not what this website is here for.
If you would like to debate issues concerning Islam, please use the Faith Freedom International Forum (you will have to create a separate account there if you do not have one already). For questions about how to use or edit WikiIslam, leave a message at the Help Desk. And for general inquiries/suggestions, use the WikiIslam:Forum page.
All new discussion topics should be given a relevant heading and created at the bottom of the page, below all previous discussions, and all messages should be signed by typing four tildes (~~~~).
You should avoid excessive emphasis and be concise; capital letters are considered shouting, and long, rambling messages or SMS language may be difficult to understand and will be ignored.
Do not remove or alter another user's message, do not use profanities and do not use ad hominem or threats against another user or the site.
Failure to comply with any of these guidelines may lead to you being blocked or banned from editing WikiIslam.
 User talk pages
For continuity of discussion, user talk page comments should be kept on the same talk page where they were initiated.