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Editing (sometimes mentioned as contributing) is an integral part any wiki - fundamentally, that is the whole purpose of setting up wikis, and form collaborative communities. While you can edit almost any page, editing certain high importance and core pages is only limited administrators. There are two editing interfaces: the new VisualEditor (VE) and classic wiki markup editing (wikitext). Though you need to go through VisualEditor's module to avoid causing any disruption on pages, going through Wikitext module is optional. However, it is recommended that you quickly skim though it, for a general understanding. You can always refer back whenever needed. These modules are your guides regarding how to edit.
Apart from these two editing interfaces, you are also required to go through "Structured Discussions" module, to understand about participating in discussions. This is particularly important if you are belong to cohorts from 2020, as a substantial part of your training involves discussions. This is very much like VisualEditor, but you will need to understand its specificity.