How To Use This Site

This site is a WIKI. Which means, in a nutshell, that it begins life with very little in the way of content.


Because YOU, the user, the reader, add the content. You write pages about any (relevant) topic. And as more and more users do the same thing, the site becomes bigger and the content grows.

  • You can write about your own business - use the space to advertise. (For FREE).
  • You can write about something you know that is relevant - like, where is the best Balti house, for example. Or your favourite pub….

OK, so what if you don't want to write a page?

Well, you can just browse through the site - as you would any other website. (Only don't forget, until people like you have added content, there may not be very much to see!).

You can browse either by using the Search box, or by clicking on a page in the Contents, or by using one of the Page Tags to help.

Why not visit our Art Wiki? You can read or write about art and artists. And even add a page about yourself…

".. Renoir, Picasso, Cubism, Renaissance art, Georges Seurat, Michael Asher, da Vinci, lautrec, leger, Joan Miro, Impressionism, Edvard Munch, Hans Holbein, Matisse, realism, rococo, baroque, Bosch art, Mark Rothko, orkin, poynter, pollock, Geoff Bunn art, Turner, Sol LeWitt, hirst, emin, Max Ernst, still-life, Richard Serra, landscapes, Primitivism, John Sargent, Madge Gill, pre-raphaelites, Conceptualism, Claude Monet, art brut, art povera, Mel Bochner, bridget riley, LS Lowry, Expressionism, modigliani, Marcel Duchamp, Victor Burgin, dada, surrealism and much more besides…"

The Art Wiki

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