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Editorial reviews consist of fixing typos, spelling, grammar, usage, or textual errors in an article. Not all contributors are language experts, but regardless due to their knowledge will have contributed extremely useful articles, which need copy-editing and proof-reading. This is done in an editorial review.
This article describes how to do an editorial review, thereby helping to ensure that MDN's content is accurate.
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