Our manual of style is a collection of rules of thumb and guidelines for giving Wikivoyage a consistent look and feel. Most of these rules have exceptions, but to put together a good reference work collaboratively, it's best to follow the rules unless they're quite inappropriate for a particular situation.
The manual is broken up into different pages so that this page is not overloaded with extraneous text. It makes it easier to find and update individual rules or concepts if they're on their own pages; and it's easier for people to link to particular rules from article talk pages
If all this stuff makes your head swim, and you don't want to bother with it, by all means plunge forward
and just start sharing your knowledge. Other Wikivoyagers
will come through and bring your contributions more into line with the style guide.
If you have a question about the specifics of the manual, or want to see it changed/amended/clarified, use the talk page
for the section in question. Requests for comment
are issues currently being discussed.