Help:Wiki Syntax

This website uses Wiki Markup, a simple markup language that is used to format pages on wiki websites. It was created to be a simple and readable method for users to format pages without knowing HTML. The syntax we are using is a simplified version of that used by Wikipedia. Wiki formatting is easy once you get the hang of it!

Headings

Headings define different sections. Three levels are available:

== Headings Define Sections ==
=== And Subsections ===
==== And Sub-subsections ====

Each heading is automatically used in a table of contents like the one at the top of this page. The following prints a T.O.C.:

[[toc]]

Lists

  • Lists are easy to do:
    • start every line with a star
      • more stars means deeper levels
* Lists are easy to do:
** start every line with a star
*** more stars means deeper levels
  1. Numbered lists are also good
    1. very organized
    2. easy to follow
# Numbered lists are also good
## very organized
## easy to follow
  • Or mix list types:
    1. To have ordered inside of unordered...
      • ...or to have unordered inside of ordered!
* Or mix list types:
## To have ordered inside of unordered...
*** ...or to have unordered inside of ordered!
Definition list
list of terms and their definitions
term
definition
term
definition
term
definition
; Definition list : list of terms and their definitions
; term : definition
; term : definition
; term : definition

Formatting

Emphasize, strongly, very strongly

//Emphasize//, **strongly**, **//very strongly//**

Tick-marks indicate technical terms.

Tick-marks indicate `technical terms`.

Four or more dashes draws a...


...horizontal rule.

Four or more dashes draws a...

----

...horizontal rule.

Quoting text with angle brackets will indent
both margins when needed instead of the
left margin only as the colon does.

> Quoting text with angle brackets will indent
> both margins when needed instead of the
> left margin only as the colon does.

Superscript: E = MC2
Subscript: O2

Superscript: E = MC^^2^^
Subscript: O,,2,,

Links

Internal articles can be linked using double-bracketed words .

Internal articles can be linked using [[double-bracketed words]].

In addition, you can add an anchor to link to a specific Meta:FAQ

In addition, you can add an anchor to link to a specific [[Meta:FAQ#part-of-a-page]]

Add an alternative link title after a vertical bar

Add an alternative link title after [[VertBars|a vertical bar]]

Endings are blended into the link: official position s, gene s, kind ness

Endings are blended into the link: [[official position]]s, [[gene]]s, [[kind]]ness

External links will generate a footnote 1
Unless a alternative title is provided: The Original Free Encyclopedia
Without the brackets a normal URL: http://www.nupedia.com

External links will generate a footnote [http://www.nupedia.com]
Unless a alternative title is provided: [http://www.nupedia.com The Original Free Encyclopedia]
Without the brackets a normal URL: http://www.nupedia.com

Images and Files

Use the Image tag with the numeric ID of the image to place an image inline in the text:  1925

Use the Image tag with the numeric ID of the image to place an image inline in the text: [[Image: 1925]]
Alt text is specified after a vertical bar: [[Image: 1925 | Hey, f*ck!]]
Align an image (left/right) after double-vertical bars: [[Image: 1925 | Hey, f*ck! || right]]

Files too! Or if you only need a link to an image: This is a file

[[file:12 | This is a file]]

Datalog Entries

Datalog entries can be linked with Entry:3 or with an alternative title like this one.

Datalog entries can be linked with [[entry:3]] or with an alternative title [[entry:3 | like this one]].

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