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 Why does Wikipedia automatically reverts my changes?

Answer It probably is not automatic, but done by people who patrol Wikipedia. It can be reverted for any reason, but in general it simply means they consider your edit a worsening rather than an improveme... Read More »
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How to Automatically Watch Web Pages for Changes?

There are software available that can automatically notify you when a web page changes. You can use this to watch for new job postings, watch deal-of-the-day sites for killer deals, watch your comp... Read More »
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How do you make changes to wikipedia pages?

Click on "change this page" at the top of any page, then you can write in the large edit box that will appear.The "Change summary" box you will see at the bottom of that page is used to tell others... Read More »
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Can anyone edit a wikipedia page and save the changes?

Yes, as long as the page is not protected and you are not a banned user, or suspected of being a banned user.And no, the changes will not be "moderated." As soon as you click save, your changes go ... Read More »
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Is editing one else's wikipedia page easy as changing your own profile Is finding changes a 50%+ probability?

If you mean can you edit random articles, yes! that's the whole idea of Wikipedia, that anyone can edit it.
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