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<div style="padding:10px;border:1px solid #aaa">{{Shortcut|[[CP]]}}<h1 style="margin:.5em; margin-top:.1em; border-bottom:0; font-weight:bold;text-align:center;">Community Portal</h1>Just like all other pages on MeritBadgeDotOrg, the '''Community portal''' has two areas:
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<div style="padding:10px; border:1px solid #aaa;">{{Shortcut|[[CP]]}}<h1 style="margin:.5em; margin-top:.1em; border-bottom:0; font-weight:bold; text-align:center;">Community Portal</h1>Just like all other pages on MeritBadgeDotOrg, the '''Community portal''' has two areas:
*the ''project'' page (or ''article'' page), which is just like a ''Scouting "Roundtable"''; and
*the ''project'' page (or ''article'' page), which is just like a ''Scouting "Roundtable"''; and
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*the ''discussion'' page (more commonly referred to as ''talk'' pages), which is just like a ''Scouting "Cracker Barrel"''
*the ''discussion'' page (more commonly referred to as ''talk'' pages), which is just like a ''Scouting "Cracker Barrel"''
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Here, you can find about about what's going on at this website, or even other BSA-related websites; you can find out about what areas need work, help... maybe your expertise would be just what the Scoutmaster ordered.<noinclude>
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Here, you can find about about what's going on at this website, or even other BSA-related websites; you can find out about what areas need work, help... maybe your expertise would be just what the Scoutmaster ordered.</div><noinclude>
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Community Portal

Just like all other pages on MeritBadgeDotOrg, the Community portal has two areas:
  • the project page (or article page), which is just like a Scouting "Roundtable"; and
  • the discussion page (more commonly referred to as talk pages), which is just like a Scouting "Cracker Barrel"

Here, you can find about about what's going on at this website, or even other BSA-related websites; you can find out about what areas need work, help... maybe your expertise would be just what the Scoutmaster ordered.</div>