General Title Rules
The post title must describe the tutorial well.
Use the same language in title as your tutorial.
Make sure the title follows the forum's rules.
To help people find a tutorial in there own language please include the ISO 639-2 Code for what language you are using in your tutorial. For example English is ENG and french is FRE A list of codes can be found here.
General Page Rules
Use at least one image near the top of the page.
Use the same language as the title.
Titles must use header size 1.
Section Titles must use header size 2.
Use regular text for the paragraphs of your tutorial.
State what version(s) of MCreator its works on.
EXAMPLE OF TITLES
How to Make a Block With an Inventory - ENG
Jak zrobić stół rzemieślniczy - POL
Comment faire une machine à creuser - FRE
So erstellen Sie ein benutzerdefiniertes Modell - GER
EXAMPLE OF A PAGE
Works with MCreator: 1.8.2 | 1.8.3
This Tutorial will guide you how to make a growable sapling in the English language. You will need one procedure a log block and a leaf block as of coarse the sapling its self.
Paragraph goes here.
Making the Sapling
Section Titles are optional and don't need to be added for general knowledge for tutorial, however if your using a step by step system its a good idea to use them for listing the steps.
We don't require you to follow the following but its industry standards for making professional looking titles.
CAPITALIZE THE FOLLOWING:
"The part of speech that names a person, place, thing, or idea. The following words are nouns: child , town , granite , kindness , government , elephant , and Taiwan . In sentences, nouns generally function as subjects or as objects." - www.dictionary.com
"A part of speech that describes a noun or pronoun. Adjectives are usually placed just before the words they qualify: shy child,blue notebook, rotten apple, four horses, another table."
"A word that represents an action or a state of being. Go, strike , travel , and exist are examples of verbs. A verb is the essential part of the predicate of a sentence. The grammatical forms of verbs include number, person, and tense. ( See auxiliary verb, infinitive, intransitive verb, irregular verb, participle, regular verb, and transitive verb.)"
"A part of speech that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Adverbs usually answer such questions as “How?” “Where?” “When?” or “To what degree?” The following italicized words are adverbs: “He ran well ”; “She ran very well ”; “The mayor is highly capable.”"
"A word that takes the place of a noun. She , herself , it, and this are examples of pronouns. If we substituted pronouns for the nouns in the sentence “Please give the present to Karen,” it would read “Please give it to her .”"
"A conjunction that introduces subordinate clauses, such as if, because, although, and until Compare coordinating conjunction"
USE LOWERCASE FOR THE FOLLOWING:
"In grammar, the words a, an, and the , which precede a noun or its modifier. The is the definite article; a and an are indefinite articles."
"Grammar . a conjunction that connects two grammatical elements of identical construction, as and in Sue and Andrea or or in He can't decide if he should stay or go."
"Any member of a class of words found in many languages that are used before nouns, pronouns, or other substantives to form phrases functioning as modifiers of verbs, nouns, or adjectives, and that typically express a spatial, temporal, or other relationship, as in, on, by, to, since."
MCreator uses for there wiki titles this same rule that we covered, you can read more on this page here about the Rules for Canalization in Titles. We don't require people to use this system but we wanted to share it with you guys in case you want to try improving your titles :)