To keep the site fluid, it is advised you adhere to the following guidelines when creating a new page. This will increase affectability and efficiency of the site, and enable readers to navigate freely.
 Creating a new page
An example of a good page layout can be seen here.
 Step 1: Choosing a name
- The name of a page should be the scientific classification of the species or that group of animals. For example for general Tarantula Care the page title would be but for specific tarantula species it would be(Acanthoscurria fracta, Acanthoscurria geniculata, Acanthoscurria sternalis).
 Step 2: The Content
- For care pages about a specific species, a species information bar should be included. This is included by the Template:Species. Follow the link to see how to use the species template.
- A brief description of the species/page should be included next.
- Followed by a table of contents using:
- With Finally subheadings (second level headings using ==) of e.g housing requirements, feeding requirements and any additional content with appropriate headings.
 Step 3: Page Redirects
Where a page could have alternative names, redirects should be used on the less common names. Such as the common names of species. Also plurals of pages should redirect to the main page.
Including the following example in a page will redirect it to the page "Corn Snake" for example:
#REDIRECT [[Corn Snake]]
For care pages, a special redirect page needs to be set up. Lets take a look at the example Leopard Geckos: There is a page called Eublepharis macularius (this is the scientific name for the Leopard Gecko) with the care information on. We now must create a page called Leopard Gecko Care Sheet and enter the following text:
#REDIRECT [[Eublepharis macularius]] [[Category:Gecko Care] [[Category:Leopard Geckos]]
This redirects Leopard Gecko Care Sheet to Eublepharis macularius while adding the title Leopard Gecko Care Sheet to two categories, Gecko Care and Leopard Geckos.