Nice job writing the page, but a few things not to do.
In general, try to use the source editor when adding templates, if you know what you are doing. The visual editor tends to make really messy code for templates.
When adding grids, the name if the item is automatically the link unless you specify otherwise. When you can (which in that instance, you could), try to just use the name tag instead of worrying about the link attribute.
A note on filenames; When you upload an image that is going to replace an older version, instead of uploading a new image under a different (much of the time more complicated or less descriptive), upload a new version of the old file. That way, you have a nice file history, and it is very clean without having to worry about a different file. Also, try to be as concise as possible with your filenames. File:Treasure.gif is a really good filename. Rather than saying
It makes Files much easier to find if you need to use them somewhere else.
As a closing disclaimer, I'm not trying to be overly critical on your edits. You did a really good job, and it was a really nice place to work from. My goal posting here is to give you good solid information so that you can become a better editor in the future and that we can have you helping us out from now onwards. Editors like you are really very valuable to us. And remember, if you ever need anything, my message wall is always open.
Thanks! The only reason I didn't go with your name for the treasure copper file is that I assumed a separate image would be used for the eight block tall pile, so I thought specifying the 1-block-tallness would be needed. Thank you for the feedback.