Wikipedia:Creation of example red links as pages
Example red link creation is the process where legitimate pages are created using titles that are already used as examples of red links on Wikipedia pages. While some example red links, like this one, have titles that will obviously never be created in good faith, other red link examples have plausible titles. This leads to the creation of articles or redirects at page names intended as example red links to be a fairly common problem. Once an article is created, the link is no longer red, and may not serve its purpose as an example.
- Wikipedia:Lamest edit wars#Lady Jane Grey
- Wikipedia:Lamest edit wars#The weather in London
- In December 2017, it was proposed that driving in Madagascar, which is used as an example in Wikipedia:Red link#Dealing with existing red links, redirect to Transport in Madagascar#Highways. See: