Using WikiFormatting is GoodStyle, though the Wiki accepts some specific
H?, CODE, CITE, KBD, PRE, Q, SUB, SUP, S, STRIKE, TT, and VAR.
WikiLinks. When you RunWordsTogether, the Wiki
automagically creates a link to the page in the Wiki named RunWordsTogether,
even if the page doesn't exist. If you click on a link to a non-existent topic,
you'll be offered the chance to create it. (Try clicking on RunWordsTogether!)
Other features the Wiki has for making formatting easier:
- Unordered lists can be created with either [three spaces]* or [tab]*; adding more tabs or more triplets of spaces increases the list depth.
- Similarly, ordered lists can be created using [three spaces][number]. or [tab][number]., or [three spaces]# or [tab]#.
- lists are created with [three spaces]word: or [tab]word:.
- words between asterisks (*) bolds things; words between underscores (_) italices (emphasizes) them, and they can be combined and overlapped.
- A blank line starts a new paragraph.
- http://url or https://url and the like are automatically linked. If the URL ends in gif, png, jpg, or jpeg, it will be converted to an IMG link.
- > text until the end of the line generates a block quote.
- ---- will insert a horizontal rule.
- | cell | cell | ... | cell | at the beginning of a line will generate tables:
Finally, if you erase all the text from the body and the summary of a topic
while editing, and save it, the Wiki will delete that page.
- BumpyCaps will form links.
- Enclosing text with spaces in % marks % forces a WikiLink.
- ThisIsNotAWikiLink because it's enclosed in <nolink></nolink> tags.
- cvs://repository/cvsroot/dir/file will link to the CVS file in the named repository (project) at SourceForge.
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