Welcome! Here is a quick How-To on adding a human mummy to the Mummipedia. The bolded text up here is all instructions. The plain text below is the source code template for formatting the information. If you see a mummy that doesn’t follow the proper format, feel free to update it with this format.

Step 1: Login, please.

Step 2: Click on the “Add New Page” button in the upper right of the page. The button, found next to the

Mummipedia page count, looks like a document page with a folded corner.

Step 3: Name the page after the mummy, if you know the mummy’s name. Otherwise, just use a generic name

            (e.g. “Human Egyptian Mummy, Upper Splevovian Museum”)

Step 4: In the page editor that opens, click on the "Source" tab.

Step 5: Copy and Paste the template code below.

Step 6: Fill out the Infobox sections in the Source view, and the remaining sections in either the Source view

or the Visual view, whichever you are more comfortable with. You can click on Desktop Preview on the

right at any time to check on the appearance of your work.

Step 7: When you are done click on the “Publish” button on the right and inspect your contribution!

If you’re not sure what sort of information should go in each section, have a look at some other mummies, like Lady Hudson.


{{Template:Infobox humanmummy

|image = .jpg

|name =

|age =

|sex =

|status =

|height =

|culture =

|dates =

|site =

|location =

|catalogue = }}

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