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    MDN user guide

    The Mozilla Developer Network site is an advanced system for finding, reading, and contributing to documentation and sample code for Web developers (as well as for Firefox and Firefox OS developers). The MDN user guide provides articles detailing how to use MDN to find the documentation you need, and, if you wish, how to help make the material better, more expansive, and more complete.

    Deleting pages
    This article explains how to request that a page be removed from MDN.
    Linking to MDN
    We regularly get users asking us questions about how to link to MDN, or even if doing so is allowed. The short answer is: yes, you can link to MDN! For guidelines and recommendations on best practices, read on!
    MDN read-only data feeds
    The MDN wiki offers a number of feeds that you can use to monitor the site. There will likely be more in the future, and some of these are still something of a work in progress, but this information may still be useful for you.
    Using advanced search
    As an added feature for contributors to MDN, we have an advanced search mechanism that lets you search the page source — that is, the raw HTML of the site, with macros in place rather than their output — in order to find uses of specific macros, use of given HTML attributes, and the like.
    Writing content
    There are always things that can be added or updated on MDN. Whether it's all-new documentation for a sparkling new API or a revision to an older API that's changed subtly, you'll find lots of opportunities to help.
    Zone administration
    A zone is a special area of MDN whose content is presented with some added user interface elements, such as a special zone navigation box and enhanced visuals in the header area of the page. This guide covers how to build and maintain zones.

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