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Hi Elensar, this is just a little nitpicky pet peeve of mine, but nevertheless a good practice to follow. When using footer navs, use the backname= and nextname= only if you want the thing to be displayed on the nav a different name than the page's name that it is linking to. In other words, if backpage=World 4 and you want "World 4" to be displayed in the nav, you don't need the backname="World 4" as well, because the backname (when not filled in) is automatically the same as backpage. The same holds true for nextname and nextpage. Thanks, and keep up the good work on New Super Mario Bros.! --Ryan SchmidtTalk - Contribs 17:10, 13 March 2007 (CDT)