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1 WikiNote employs the hierarchy of web pages. It means, we can create a page under other page.
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3 Let's take an example here.
4 If Page **P1** has webaddress www.wikinote.org/Main/**P1**
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6 Then Page **P2** which is **located under P1** will have webaddress www.wikinote.org/Main/**P1/P2**
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8 **[[image:WikiNote-content-structure.png||style="float:right"]]**This scheme of organizating content is particularly useful here as shown in figure.
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10 1) At the top is the page with **Institution** name.
11 Ex. Pune-University
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13 Then the webaddress will be:
14 www.wikinote.org/Main/Pune-University
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16 2) If Pune University conducts **Examinations** like BA, BSc, BCom, then the pages for these examinations will be located at:
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18 * www.wikinote.org/Main/Pune-University/BA
19 * www.wikinote.org/Main/Pune-University/BSc
20 * www.wikinote.org/Main/Pune-University/BCom
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22 3) If BA exam has **Subject** named English Literature, the webaddress for this page will be:
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24 * www.wikinote.org/Main/Pune-University/BA/EL
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26 **or**
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28 * www.wikinote.org/Main/Pune-University/English-Literature
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30 As a practice, we will name it as EL for our convenience (to make webaddreses short).
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35 [[image:WikiNote-Structure.png]]
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37 Lets sum up this general scheme of organizing pages.
38 Suppose Institution named **University A** conducts Examination **Exam a**, which has a Subject **Subject 1**. This subject Sub contains Topics **T1, T2 and T3**.
39 Then article for Topic **T1** will have a location as follows:
40 Home >> University A >> Examination a >> Subject 1 >> T1
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42 The **link** for Topic T1 should be: http:~/~/www.wikinote.org/Main/University-A/Ea/S1/T1