Popular Category:Articles needing cleanup


This category groups together the articles needing general clean-up. Your help in cleaning up these articles is greatly appreciated. The oldest clean-up requests are the highest priority, to prevent embarrassing problems from going unfixed for an indefinite length of time.

Articles placed in this category (by a clean-up tag) will be automatically re-filed by a bot to the appropriate monthly subcategory. This happens most days, so the articles you see below were probably tagged for clean-up within the past 24 hours.

Please see World Heritage Encyclopedia:Cleanup or the articles' talk pages for reasons why an article was tagged. If you're unsure why the tag is there, you can ask on the talk page, ask the person who added the tag (can be found by checking the article's version history), ask for a third opinion, or ask for an expert opinion on WP:RFC or a WikiProject. If you're sure the article has been cleaned up, addressing any obvious flaws as well as any specific problems mentioned on the talk page, feel free to remove the tag. There's not much harm in leaving it on if you aren't certain what to do; the tag will alert someone else to come by later and check up on the article.

Articles in the monthly subcategories are tagged e.g. {{Cleanup|date=November 2014}}.

For more specific needs or for help on deciding when and how to tag, see World Heritage Encyclopedia:Cleanup resources.

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