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There are two ways to look things up in Wikinfo: by searching or by browsing.
If you know the name of an article you are looking for, simply type it into Wikinfo's search box and press Go, or you can search for information on a topic by typing it in the box and selecting Search.
If you would like to look around the encyclopedia to see what's on it, use Wikinfo's Contents pages. Lists and indices are examples of contents for a published work, and Wikinfo has many of each. Links to all of Wikinfo's main contents pages are presented below, and they in turn link to the more specific pages.
Wikipedia's reference lists
Overviews of Wikinfo
An overview is a survey of what is covered or included in an area. Overviews of Wikinfo's coverage include:
Wikinfo has thousands of topic lists; some are even lists of other lists.
Two of the broadest collections are:
Glossaries are lists of terms with definitions:
Portals are pages that feature selected articles, images, and often news items about the Portal's theme subject. They also include topic lists, category lists, and to-do lists which are used mostly by Wikipedia's editors. Portals can be found at:
Timelines are lists of articles organized chronologically. These are the top-level timelines and lists of timelines:
Wikinfo's main categorical index system is automatically generated from information (category tags) at the bottom of each article. The category system has 3 top-end pages, which are:
Wikinfo's other broad categorical indices are:
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