Wikipedia:Content assessment/B-Class criteria
- updated 2020/07/03 09:58
The article is
, and any important or controversial material which is
likely to be challenged
is cited. Any format of inline citation is acceptable: the use of
The article reasonably covers the topic, and does not contain obvious omissions or inaccuracies.
It contains a large proportion of the material necessary for an
, although some sections may need expansion, and some less important topics may be missing.
The article has a defined structure.
Content should be organized into groups of related material, including a
and all the sections that can reasonably be included in an article of its kind.
The article is reasonably well-written.
The prose contains no major grammatical errors and flows sensibly, but it does not need to be "
Manual of Style
does not need to be followed rigorously.
The article contains supporting materials where appropriate.
Illustrations are encouraged, though not required. Diagrams, an
etc. should be included where they are relevant and useful to the content.
The article presents its content in an
appropriately understandable way
It is written with as broad an audience in mind as possible. Although Wikipedia is
more than just a general encyclopedia
, the article should not assume unnecessary technical background and
technical terms should be explained or avoided