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Argument pages are primarily pages that link out from argument summaries on main debate pages, and that allow editors to expansively document the potentially massive body of supporting quotations for an argument.
Making an argument page
The easiest way to make an argument page is the following: Go to the debate page where the argument is written. Click the "pencil" editing icon. Once in the editing page, go to the argument. You will be making the argument header (which is the one sentence "claim", conclusion, or summary of the argument) the title of the new argument page that your are making. So, the first thing you want to do is make sure that that argument header (summary) is good and worthy of being made into the title of that argument's new page. This means making it as concise and representative of the broader point as possible.
Now, to make the page. First, you will write "Argument:" in front of the argument. So, "Argument:Chapter 11-style provisions allow a business to reorganise" (this is how Debatepedia and other readers differentiate that this article is an "argument article", opposed to a debate or other article. Then you will place two brackets around this ( [[ ]] ). Click "save page". You will find that the argument is now red. You will be taken to a blank page. Make a section called "== Supporting Evidence ==" and begin researching and documenting supporting evidence, quotes, articles, and links on the new page!
Finally, it is better that the "Argument:" part is excluded from the "rendering" on the actual debate page (it's important to be there as a way to categorize the page as an "argument" page.) You can hide the "Argument:" part by going back to the debate page, clicking "edit", going to the argument, copying the argument and pasting it to the right of your new bracketed argument.
So, this will all look like the following in the editing window:
[[Argument:Chapter 11-style provisions allow a business to reorganise| Chapter 11-style provisions allow a business to reorganise]]
When you press "save", the new argument page link will appear as: