About The WikiHow Lite
The wikiHow is a worldwide collaboration of thousands of people focused on one goal: teaching anyone in the world how to do anything.
wikiHow is open source. We freely share our open source software. Our text content is Creative Commons licensed.
wikiHow is the world's leading how-to website. Comscore ranks wikiHow in the top 150 most visited publishers in the world.
So you see, wikiHow isn’t just the work of one person. It’s the combined effort of many. Thousands of volunteers, the largest team of illustrators on the web, hundreds of photographers, and over 100 credentialed experts are continually working and reworking articles till they are the most helpful and reliable how-to guides on the web.
We don’t stop there. We’re constantly improving what you see on wikiHow. We monitor the feedback readers leave on each article. If an article is accurate but incomprehensible, we rewrite it. If our illustrations don’t simplify the complex, we redraw them. In fact the average wikiHow article gets changed 9 times per year. Even after readers shower an article with praise, we find ways to make it even better. We never stop.
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