Great, we need more people to help get this Wiki better populated with articles and correct information.
So you want to join in?
The simplest way to is to find an existing page and just hit the edit button. There are 2 possible things that could happen
a) you are allowed to just type in the text/information you want to contribute
b)You can't seem to work out how to add stuff...This is probably because the page has been crreated with a template. (Templates are used to provide uniformity in the way information is presented). Try clicking on the part of the page you want to edit, this may bring up a small box for you to edit. If that doesn't work click on the 3 horizontal bars at the top of the page and select source editor. You will now see a page that looks like its written in a foreign language - just take a minute to look it over, you may find the part of the page you want to change/add to.
If you can't work out how to add your information you can always leave a comment at the bottom of the page.
What if I can't find the right page?
If you are sure that the page does not exist then you can add a new page, go to the contribute button (top right) and select 'add a page'. You must give your page a name - try to use the name as it appers in the game ie if you are adding a new recipie called 'Rubber Gloves' then call your page 'Rubber Gloves'. Make sure you use capital letter just like in the game.
Once you are in the editor you can just type in your information.
It is easier to find pages if they are collected together in Categories, so after you have published your page you can then use the 'add Category' button at the bottom of the page to put your new pages into a category. It might help if you look at similar pages to see what categories they are in.
My information doesn't look neat or have all the nice pictures that other pages have
If you are new to editing Wiki pages then your page won't look as 'smart' as a page created by someone who knows more about editing Wiki pages. The important thing is you have contributed. Wiki's are a team effort, you have made the first steps...now others can add to your information and possibly make it look 'smarter'