Wikipedia's Content Policy
Wikipedia editing stands on three Core Content Policies:
Wikipedia prides itself on it's fundamental principles, also called the Five Pillars. These pillars are meant to act as a guidebook to help you determine what you can and cannot write about.
|Wikipedia is an encyclopedia||Wikipedia is not a soapbox, and definitely no advertising.|
|Wikipedia is written from a neutral point of view||Don't be biased. Must be verifiable!|
|Wikipedia is free content that anyone can use, edit, and distribute||But Don't plagiarize (you will be kicked out when you are caught).|
|Wikipedia's editors should treat each other with respect and civility||R-E-S-P-E-C-T|
|Wikipedia has no firm rules||But it does have some policies and guidelines.|