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ការប្រើប្រាស់វិគីសៀវភៅ/Setting Up A User Account


ប្រយោជន៍​នៃ​ការ​បង្កើត​ Account[កែប្រែ]

ប្រយោជន៍​បាន​ពី​ការ​បង្កើត​ និង​ប្រើ​ប្រាស់ Account របស់​អ្នក​ជា​ប្រចាំ​មាន​ដូច​ខាង​ក្រោម៖

អ្នក​អាច​រក្សា​ភាព​អនាមិក​បាន​នៅ​ពេល​ចុះ​ឈ្មោះ ដោយសារ​តែ​ការ​ការ​កែ​អត្ថបទធម្មតា​តែង​ភ្ជាប់​ជាមួយ IP address ដែល​អាច​សំគាល់​ទី​តាំង​របស់​អ្នក​បាន។ IP address របស់​អ្នក​ដែល​បាន​ចុះ​ឈ្មោះ​នឹង​ត្រូវ​បាន​លាក់​។ សូម​សំគាល់​ថា នៅ​ពេល​មាន​បញ្ហា សមាជិក​ដែល​មាន​សិទ្ធិ​ពិសេស​ "Checkusers" អាច​បើក​មើល​​សំនៅ​ IP address បាន។ ប៉ុន្តែ Checkusers នឹង​ចូល​មើ​ល​សំនៅ​ទាំង​នេះ​នៅ​ពេល​ណា​ដែល​មាន​តំរូវការ​ច្បាស់​លាស់​ណា​មួយ​តែ​ប៉ុណ្ណោះ។ ផ្នែក The Wikibooks Administrator នឹង​បក​ស្រាយ​បាន​គ្រប់​ជ្រុង​ជ្រោយ​អំពី​ Checkusers និង IP logs។
User space
បើអ្នក​មាន account អ្នក​នឹង​មាន personal userpage ដែរ និង subpages ទាំង​ប៉ុន្មាន​ដែល​នៅ​ក្នុង​នោះ បើ​អ្នក​ចង់​បង្កើត។ សមាជិក​ខ្លះ​មាន​ទំព័រ​ផ្ទាល់​ខ្លួន​រាប់​រយ​ដើម្បី​ការ​ប្រើ​ប្រាស់​ផ្សេងៗ។ អ្នក​អាច​រៀប​រាប​អំពី​ខ្លួន​អ្ន​ក​ និង ពី​អ្វី​ដទៃ​ក៏​បាន។ សមាជិក​ខ្លះ​ប្រើ​ទំព័រ​ផ្ទាល់​ខ្លួន​ដើម្បី​សរសេរ​សៀវភៅ និង តាម​ដាន​ការងារ​ដែល​ត្រូវ​បំពេញ​នៅ​ទៅ​នោះ។ ដូច​គ្នា​ដែរ ទំព័រ javascript និង CSS stylesheets ជា​ទំព័រ​ផ្ទាល់​ខ្លួន​សំរាប់​​កែ​រូបរាង​របស់​ Wikibooks។ អ្នក​ប្រើ​ប្រាស់​ខ្លះ​មាន userspace ងាយ ខ្លះ​ទៀត​មាន​ទំព័រ​​ទូលំទូលាយ។ នេះ​ជា​កម្មសិទ្ធិ​របស់​អ្នក អ្នក​អាច​ប្រើ​ប្រាស់​សំរាប់​ធ្វើ​អ្វី​ក៏​បាន។
User talk pages
បន្ថែម​លើ​ទំព័រ​ផ្ទាល់​ខ្លួនដែល​អាច​សរសេរ​អំពី​ខ្លួន​អ្នក អ្នក​ក៏​អាច​មាន​ user talk page សំរាប់​អោយ​អ្នក​ដទៃ​ទាក់​ទង​ជាមួយ​អ្នក។ នៅ​ពេល​ដែល​នរណា​ម្នាក់​សរសេរ​ទុក អ្នក​នឹង​ឃើញ​សញ្ញា​បញ្ជាក់​ប្រាប់​នៅ​ផ្នែក​ខាង​លើ​របស់​ទំព័រ​អ្នក។ នេះ​ជា​វិធី​ប្រសើរ​សំរាប់​ទាក់ទង​ជា​មួយ​អ្នក​ដទៃ ជា​ពិសេស​បញ្ហា​លំបាក​ក្នុង​ការ​ទាក់​ទង​ផ្ទាល់​ដោយ​សារ​ល្វែង​ម៉ោង​ខុស​គ្នា។
User Preferences
អ្នក​អាច​កែប្រែ ចំណូល​ចិត្ត មួយ​ចំនួន​សំរាប់ account របស់​អ្នក​ដូច​ជា ការ​កំនត់ email contact address that others can use, ប្ដូរ​ផ្ទាំង​សំបក​វិបសាយ ("skins"), ប្ដូរ​រូប​រាង​នៃ​ផ្នែក​ខ្លះៗ និង ប្ដូរ​ទំរង់​ថ្ងៃ​ខែ. Wikibookians and other Wikimedians have also developed a number of javascript-based productivity tools called gadgets that can be added to your account. There are lots of options for you to check out and customize your wikibooks experience.
You will get a personal watchlist that will show changes that other people make to pages on that list. This way you can monitor pages that you are interested in, such as pages that you author, and discussion pages that you participate in. The watchlist gives you a way to keep track of pages you like, and play an active role in their development.
Voting and Discussing
While even IP users can participate in community discussions, their voice usually carries little weight and in some cases will be ignored entirely. This is because people editing from an IP address are not considered to have a vested interest here, and because there is a one-to-many relationship between most IP addresses and individual people. As a registered user you will have full rights to participate in community discussions and help make decisions, even from your very first day here.

This is a long list, but it is not inclusive. There are many reasons why you should create an account at Wikibooks. If you plan to spend much time here, you should consider signing up for one. The process is free, quick, and easy. You are not required to supply any personal information, so you can always remain anonymous if you choose to. We know it's yet another internet signup, and we know you've probably been through a million, but we promise that this signup process will be fast and painless.

​ការ​បង្កើត Account[កែប្រែ]

Setting up a user account is quick and easy, often taking less than a couple of minutes to complete. Before starting this process you must first choose a username. Once you set up your account all of your edits will be performed under this name, so it is important to choose a name that you are comfortable with. Also, the username that you choose has to be unique and must conform to the Username policy (see below).

Once you have decided on a username you can register it. Click the "Sign in / create account" link in the top right of the screen to bring up the login screen. From here click the 'Create One' link at the top of the login box. Ensure that all of the mandatory boxes are filled out on the form on the registration page and click 'Create Account' to finish the process. Make sure you choose a strong password that isn't easy to guess so that your account remains secure (See Below).

Once you have finished registration you can login with your username and password. You now have access to your own personal watchlist and preferences, selected from the links banner in the top right corner.

Username ដែល​មាន​ស្រាប់?[កែប្រែ]

Over a hundred new user accounts are created every day, so the odds are good that the username that you want might already be taken by somebody else. There is some chance that the username you want may be available for usurpation. That means that special users known as "bureaucrats" can try to give you the username you want by taking it away from an inactive account. It is not a guarantee, but in some cases it is possible. Ask for help from a bureaucrat, including the username you want and your current username (if any), at the Administrative Assistance discussion page.



ជ្រើស​រើស Username[កែប្រែ]

It is worth choosing a username that is not insulting or confusing to those around you in order to promote a harmonious editing environment. There are no policies regarding this in particular, but Wikibooks:Be civil is relevant. As a guideline, we suggest avoiding:

  1. Confusing usernames:
    • Usernames that are very similar to the name of another Wikibooks user and might cause confusion.
    • Usernames that confusingly refer to a Wikibooks process, namespace, or toolbar item.
  2. Misleading usernames:
    • Usernames that imply the user is an administrator or official figure on Wikipedia, or of the Wikimedia Foundation.
    • Usernames that match the name of a well-known/famous living or recently deceased person, unless you verifiably are that person, in which case please note this on your user page.
  3. Disruptive usernames:
    • Usernames that are similar to those previously used by persistent vandals or banned users.
    • Usernames that are attacks on specific users.
    • Usernames that contain personal information about people, such as a telephone number or street addresses.
    • Usernames that allude to hacking, trolling, vandalism, legal threats, or computer malware (viruses, spyware etc...).
    • Usernames that include profanity, or obscenities, or references to genitalia or sexual slang.
  4. Promotional usernames:
    • Usernames that match the name of a company or group, if the user is using the account as a promotional tool.
  5. Offensive usernames:
    • Usernames that promote a controversial or potentially inflammatory point of view.
    • Usernames that are defamatory or insulting to other people or groups.
    • Usernames that invoke the name of a religious figure or religion in a distasteful, disrespectful, or provocative way, or promote one religion over another. (Note that simple expressions of faith are allowed unless they are disruptive, but are generally discouraged.)
    • Usernames that refer to real-world violent actions.
    • Usernames that refer or include allusions to racism, sexism, hate speech, etc...
    • Usernames that refer to a medical condition or disability in a belittling way.
    • Usernames that include slurs, or references to reproductive or excretory bodily functions.
  6. Usernames containing the at symbol (@)
    • These are disallowed due to technical restrictions.

ជ្រើស​រើស Password[កែប្រែ]

In order to maintain the integrity and security of your account, you should choose a good, strong password.

Weak Passwords:

Poor/easily guessable passwords tend to include words in the dictionary, proper names, words based on your username or common variations on these themes, as well as information such as birth dates and pet names.

Example of weak passwords include:

  • admin — too easily guessed
  • abc123 — too easily guessed
  • zzz — repeated letters and/or adjacent letters on a keyboard (e.g. qwerty)
  • susan — common personal names
  • password — easily guessed, used very often
  • p@$$\/\/0rd — simple letter substitutions are pre-programmed into cracking tools
  • rover — common name for a pet, also a dictionary word
  • 18/9/73 — date, possibly of personal importance
  • nbusr123 — a user name, and if so, very easily guessed

Strong Passwords:

Strong passwords avoid using dictionary terms and are generally made up of a random sequence of letters, numbers, and symbols. Unusual/bizarre phrases can also be acceptable. The length of a password can also slow down the time which it takes to guess it, often causing a hacker to deem the amount of time needed is not worth it.

Examples of strong passwords include:

  • 7gEbs?id~3 — not a dictionary word, has both cases of alpha, plus numeric, and punctuation characters
  • nOoOoFiM425965 — long, with both alpha cases and numeric characters
  • Change_100$ to Pounds? — phrases can be long, memorable and contain an extended symbol to increase their strength
  • Tpftcits4Utg! — A mixture of varying-case letters, numbers, and symbols. It is memorable as an initialism of "The password for this computer is too strong for you to guess!"

Note: these particular strings are no longer strong passwords, because they have been published.


Newly created user accounts have a few restrictions placed on them. We do this because vandals and other unsavory elements set up temporary user accounts in order to post spam and vandalism here on Wikibooks. This restricted period lasts 4 days from the time you create your user account. Once these 4 days have passed, your account is called autoconfirmed. Here are some of the restrictions that new users face until they become autoconfirmed:

Image uploads
New users cannot upload images to Wikibooks. This is because we have historically had a large problem with vandals uploading inappropriate pictures to Wikibooks. However, there is an easy solution to this: Wikimedia Commons allows new users to upload images without having to wait to become autoconfirmed. Images that are uploaded to commons can be used here on Wikibooks as if they have been uploaded here. Commons is the preferred place to upload images, even for veteran users.
Page Moves
New users cannot move pages. However, if you have a page that needs to be moved, you can ask on WB:PROJECTS or WB:AN for help. Make sure to read the guidelines at Wikibooks:Naming policy, to help avoid some common mistakes.
Editing protected pages
Some pages on Wikibooks are protected against being edited by anonymous users. Unfortunately, registered users who are not autoconfirmed cannot edit these pages either. Luckily, these pages are not common, and it is unlikely that new users will need to edit many of them anyway. Ask for help at WB:HELP or WB:AN for help with this.


Every user account has two special pages, a user page and a user talk page. These two pages are yours, and yours alone. What you do with these pages is for you to decide; but, here are some common uses:

Your User Page
People often use their user pages as profile pages. Write about yourself, what you like, who you are. Many people also use it as a place to organize thoughts, prepare a list of links that are needed often, tips, and reminders. Many users also take some pride in decorating their user pages, and making them look fancy. There are many options, and you should feel free to experiment with your user page as much as you want.
Your User Talk Page
The talk page is a place where other users can contact you, and where you can carry on discussions with others. When another user writes a message on your user talk page, you will see a banner at the top of your browser that says "You have new messages". When you see this banner, go to your talk page, because somebody has left you a message. If you want people to contact you in a special way, or if you want to provide basic guidelines for how people talk to you, you can post them at the top of your talk page.

User Space[កែប្រែ]

In addition to the two pages mentioned above, you can have a multitude of additional pages for personal use. These pages together are known as your user space.

The user space works like any other book. Your user page is like the main page, and you can create subpages with a forward slash /. Here are some common examples:

Your Page/Sandbox
Wikibooks has a large Wikibooks:Sandbox page that people can experiment with, but some people would like a personal sandbox where they can experiment with things without being disturbed. If you want to practice with templates, you might also like to create a Template Sandbox page, and experiment with that.
Your Page/Links
Create a list of links for your benefit, or to help others get around quickly.
Your Page/About
Create a page about you, your interests, your experience, your background.
Your Page/Books
Write a little bit about the books and projects you are working on, what your goals are, and what you think needs to be fixed. In book writing, the more plans you write out, the easier it will be for other users to join in.

These are just a few ideas. Some people don't use any pages in their user space, while some users have hundreds of pages there. Feel free to use as much or as little as you want.

លុប Subpages របស់​អ្នក[កែប្រែ]

If you have a subpage in your user space, and you want it to be deleted. add the following tag to the top of the page: {{delete|requested by owner}}. An admin will find it and delete it eventually. If you are in a big hurry for some reason, you could contact an admin directly.

Admins may delete pages in their own user space at any time for any reason.

​ ការ​ចូល​រួម​របស់​អ្នក[កែប្រែ]

Your contributions are important, and you should be proud of them! Go to Special:Contributions and type in your name to see a list of your edits. In the upper-left corner of your screen, there should also be a link that says My Contributions. Clicking on that will take you to your edit history directly.