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TWiki Shorthand Basics

If you can enter text, you're ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TextFormattingRules, you'll be able to use plain text to create well-styled postings, instantly. Here's a fast-track guide to shorthand basics...

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  • Separate each paragraph with a blank line.

  • To display a word or phrase in bold type, put it in asterisks: *bold type*.
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If you can enter text, you're ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TWikiShorthand rules, you'll be able to use plain text to create well-styled postings, instantly. Here's a fast-track guide to shorthand basics...
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If you can enter text, you're ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TextFormattingRules, you'll be able to use plain text to create well-styled postings, instantly. Here's a fast-track guide to shorthand basics...

  • Separate each paragraph with a blank line.
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  • Three (or more) consecutive hyphens expand into a horizontal rule:
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.14 - 04 Jan 2003 - PeterThoeny)

TWikiShorthand Basics

If you can enter text, you're ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TWikiShorthand rules, you'll be able to use plain text to create well-styled postings, instantly. Here's a fast-track guide to shorthand basics...

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  • If you enter a WikiWord for a topic that doesn't exist, it'll appear highlighted, with question mark at the end, prompting you (or someone else) to start off the new topic by clicking the ? - NewTopic? (click the ?, but don't save, to preserve the example!).

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  • When entering WikiName signatures - like, guest - include the Main as a prefix, since all TWiki member pages are in the Main web: Main.YourName.
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  • When entering WikiName signatures - like, guest - include "Main." as a prefix, since all TWiki member pages are in the Main web: Main.YourName.

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  • For an external link, type the full URL: http://twiki.org.
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  • For an external link, type the full URL: http://twiki.org/.

  • To prevent a WikiWord from becoming a link, type <nop> first, <nop>NoLinkPlease.
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      • That's 3-6-9-...
  1. Start items in a numbered list with [space][space][space][1][space].
  2. The "1" (or any number) will be replaced by the correct number, in order.
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  1. To add a new paragraph without restarting list numbering, use the %BR% variable, like below:
    Text added (in new paragraph)
  2. and list numbering continues.

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  • Start counting spaces for bullets from the beginning of a new line.
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  • Always start counting spaces for bullets and such from the beginning of a new line.

  • To include an image, type its URL. You also can Attach an image to the page and display it with text
    =%ATTACHURL%/yourimagefilename.jpg=.

  • To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED TYPE, put it in equal signs: =like this=.
    Use ==two== for bold: bold mono.
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  • Use <pre> to enclose code excerpts, filenames, and other unformatted text, with the opening and closing tags on their own separate lines:
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.13 - 21 Apr 2002 - PeterThoeny)

TWikiShorthand Basics

If you can enter text, you're ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TWikiShorthand rules, you'll be able to use plain text to create well-styled postings, instantly. Here's a fast-track guide to shorthand basics...

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  • To display a word or phrase in bold italic, put it in double underscores: __bold italic__.
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  • To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, and a dot, first: Test.WebHome.
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  • To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, and a dot, first: Sandbox.WebHome.

  • If you enter a WikiWord for a topic that doesn't exist, it'll appear highlighted, with question mark at the end, prompting you (or someone else) to start off the new topic by clicking the ? - NewTopic? (click the ?, but don't save, to preserve the example!).

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  • When entering WikiName signatures - like, guest - include the Main as a prefix, since all TWiki member pages are in the Main web: Main.YourName.
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  • When entering WikiName signatures - like, guest - include the Main as a prefix, since all TWiki member pages are in the Main web: Main.YourName.

  • For an external link, type the full URL: http://twiki.org.
 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.12 - 03 Dec 2001 - MikeMannix?)

TWikiShorthand Basics

If you can enter text, you're ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TWikiShorthand rules, you'll be able to use plain text to create well-styled postings, instantly. Here's a fast-track guide to shorthand basics...

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  1. Start items in a numbered list with [space][space][space][1][space].
  2. The "1" (or any number) will be replaced by the correct number, in order.
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  • Start counting spaces for bullets from the beginning of a new line.

  • To include an image, type its URL. You also can Attach an image to the page and display it with text
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.11 - 02 Dec 2001 - MikeMannix?)

TWikiShorthand Basics

If you can enter text, you're ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TWikiShorthand rules, you'll be able to use plain text to create well-styled postings, instantly. Here's a fast-track guide to shorthand basics...

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  • To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED TYPE, put it in equal signs: =like this=.
    Use ==two== for bold: bold mono.
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  • Use <pre> to enclose code excerpts, filenames, and other unformatted text, with the opening and closing tags on their own separate lines:



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If you can enter text, you're ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TWikiShorthand rules, you'll be able to use plain text to create well-styled postings, instantly. Here's a fast-track guide to shorthand basics...

  • Separate each paragraph with a blank line.
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  • To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, and a dot, first: Test.WebHome.

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  • If you enter a WikiWord for a topic that doesn't exist, it'll appear highlighted, with question mark at the end, prompting you (or someone else) to start off the new topic by clicking the ? - NewTopic? (click the ?, but don't save, to preserve the example!).

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  • If you enter a WikiWord for a topic that doesn't exist, it appears highlighted, with a question mark link at the end, prompting you (or someone else) to start off the new topic by clicking the ? - FreshTopic? (try clicking the ?, but don't save, or you'll create a FreshTopic page and ruin this example).
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  • When entering WikiName signatures - like, guest - include the Main as a prefix, since all TWiki member pages are in the Main web: Main.YourName.

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  • For an external link, type the full URL: http://twiki.org.

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  • To prevent a WikiWord from becoming a link, type <nop> first, <nop>WikiWord = WikiWord
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  • To prevent a WikiWord from becoming a link, type <nop> first, <nop>NoLinkPlease.

  • To indent with a bullet, enter [space][space][space][asterisk][space].
    • Use multiples of 3 spaces to start nested bullets.
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    1. Start items in a numbered list with [space][space][space][1][space].
    2. The "1" (or any number) will be replaced by the correct number, in order.
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  • Always start counting spaces for bullets and such from the beginning of a new line.
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  • Always start counting for bullets and such from the beginning of a new line.

  • To include an image, type its URL. You also can Attach an image to the page and display it with text
    =%ATTACHURL%/yourimagefilename.jpg=.
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  • To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED type, put it in equal signs: =like this=.
    Use ==two== for bold: bold mono.
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  • To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED TYPE, put it in equal signs: =like this=.
    Use ==two== for bold: bold mono.

     Surround code excerpts, filenames, and other
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  • Use three (or more) consecutive hyphens expands into a horizontal rule: ---
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-- MikeMannix? - 01 Oct 2001

 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.9 - 01 Oct 2001 - MikeMannix?)

Instant TWiki Shorthand

If you can enter text, write an email, you're ready for TWiki. Use simple, intuitive TWiki shorthand to get even more control - instantly!

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  • To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, and a dot, first: Test.WebHome.
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  • If you enter a WikiWord for a topic that doesn't exist, it'll appear highlighted, with question mark at the end, prompting you (or someone else) to start off the new topic by clicking the ? - FreshTopic? (click the ?, but don't save, to preserve the example!).
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    • When entering WikiName signatures - like, guest - include the Main as a prefix, since all TWiki member pages are in the Main web: Main.YourName.

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  • When entering WikiName signatures - like, guest - include the Main as a prefix, since all TWiki member pages are in the Main web: Main.YourName.
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  • If you enter a WikiWord for a topic that doesn't exist, it appears highlighted, with a question mark link at the end, prompting you (or someone else) to start off the new topic by clicking the ? - FreshTopic? (try clicking the ?, but don't save, or you'll create a FreshTopic page and ruin this example).

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  • For an external link, type the full URL: http://twiki.org.
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  • To prevent a WikiWord from becoming a link, type <nop> first, <nop>NoLinkPlease.
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  • To prevent a WikiWord from becoming a link, type <nop> first, <nop>WikiWord = WikiWord

  • To indent with a bullet, enter [space][space][space][asterisk][space].
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      • Thats 3-6-9-...
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      • That's 3-6-9-...

  1. Start items in a numbered list with [space][space][space][1][space].
  2. The "1" (or any number) will be replaced by the correct number, in order.
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  • Always start counting for bullets and such from the beginning of a new line.
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  • Always start counting spaces for bullets and such from the beginning of a new line.

  • To include an image, type its URL. You also can Attach an image to the page and display it with text
    =%ATTACHURL%/yourimagefilename.jpg=.
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  • To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED TYPE, put it in equal signs: =like this=.
    Use ==two== for bold: bold mono.
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  • To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED type, put it in equal signs: =like this=.
    Use ==two== for bold: bold mono.

     Surround code excerpts, filenames, and other
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  • Use three (or more) consecutive hyphens expands into a horizontal rule: ---
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-- MikeMannix? - 01 Oct 2001

 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.8 - 16 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix?)

Instant TWiki Shorthand

If you can enter text, write an email, you're ready for TWiki. Use simple, intuitive TWiki shorthand to get even more control - instantly!

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  • Use three (or more) consecutive hyphens expands into a horizontal rule: ---
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If you can enter text, send an email, your ready for TWiki. Use some simple, intuitive TWiki shorthand, and you have even more control - instantly!
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If you can enter text, write an email, you're ready for TWiki. Use simple, intuitive TWiki shorthand to get even more control - instantly!

  • Separate each paragraph with a blank line.
 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.6 - 14 Sep 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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TWiki Shorthand, Quickly

If you can enter text, send an email, your ready for TWiki. Use some simple, intuitive TWiki shorthand, and you have even more control - instantly!


  • Separate each paragraph with a blank line.
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  • To display a word or phrase in bold type, surround it by asterisks: *bold type*
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  • To display a word or phrase in bold type, put it in asterisks: *bold type*.

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  • To display a word or phrase in italic, surround it by underscores: _italic_
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  • To display a word or phrase in italic, put it in underscores: _italic_.

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  • To display a word or phrase in bold italic, surround it by double underscores: __bold italic__
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  • To display a word or phrase in bold italic, put it in double underscores: __bold italic__.

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  • To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, a dot, and the WikiWord for that topic: Test.WebHome.
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  • To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, and a dot, first: Test.WebHome.

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  • If you enter a WikiWord for a topic that doesn't exist, it'll appear highlighted, with question mark at the end, prompting you (or someone else) to start off the new topic by clicking the ? - FreshTopic? (click the ?, but don't save, to preserve the example!).

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  • When entering WikiName links, include the home web name as a prefix, ex: all TWiki member pages are in the Main web, so enter Main.YourName.
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  • For an external link, just type the URL, starting with http://.
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  • To indent with a bullet, enter space-space-space-asterisk-space.
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  1. Start items in a numbered list with space-space-space-1-space.
  2. The "1" (or any number) will be replaced by the correct number in order.
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  • To indent with a bullet, enter [space][space][space][asterisk][space].
    • Use multiples of 3 spaces to start nested bullets.
      • Thats 3-6-9-...
  1. Start items in a numbered list with [space][space][space][1][space].
  2. The "1" (or any number) will be replaced by the correct number, in order.

  • Always start counting for bullets and such from the beginning of a new line.
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  • To include an image, type its URL. You also can Attach an image to the page and display it with text %ATTACHURL%/yourimagefilename.jpg .
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  • To include an image, type its URL. You also can Attach an image to the page and display it with text
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  • To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED TYPE, surround it by '=' characters. Use two for bold: bold mono .
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  • To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED TYPE, put it in equal signs: =like this=.
    Use ==two== for bold: bold mono.

     Surround code excerpts, filenames, and other
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  • Use three or more consecutive hyphens for a horizontal rule: ---

  • To see the markup for any page, click on Raw text on the lower toolbar.
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-- MikeMannix? - 14 Sep 2001

 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.5 - 30 Aug 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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  • Separate each paragraph with a blank line.

  • To display a word or phrase in bold type, surround it by asterisks: *bold type*
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  • To display a word or phrase in bold italic, surround it by double underscores: __bold italic__
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  • To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, a dot, and the WikiWord for that topic: Test.WebHome.
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  • To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, a dot, and the WikiWord for that topic: Test.WebHome.

  • If you add a WikiWord for a topic that doesn't exist, you'll see a question mark after it, prompting you (or someone else) to edit the new topic: FreshTopic?. Once edited, enter the new WikiName and it will appear as a link to the that page.

  • When entering WikiName links, include the home web name as a prefix, ex: all TWiki member pages are in the Main web, so enter Main.YourName.

  • For an external link, just type the URL, starting with http://.

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  • If you add a WikiWord for a topic that does not yet exist, you'll see a question mark after it, prompting you (or someone else) to edit the new topic: FreshTopic?. After that's done, the WikiWord will be automatically recognized as a link to the new page.
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  • To prevent a WikiName from becoming a link, type <nop> first, <nop>NoLinkPlease.

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  • For an external hyperlink, just type the URL, starting with http://.
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  • To indent with a bullet, enter space-space-space-asterisk-space.
    • Use a multiple of 3 spaces to start nested bullets.
  1. Start items in a numbered list with space-space-space-1-space.
  2. The "1" (or any number) will be replaced by the correct number in order.

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  • Start a bullet point with space-space-space-asterisk-space.
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  2. The "1" will be replaced by the correct number
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  • Always start counting for bullets and such from the beginning of a new line.

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  • To include an image inline, just type its URL. You also can attach an image to the page and display it with text %ATTACHURL%/imagefile.jpg .
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  • To include an image, type its URL. You also can Attach an image to the page and display it with text %ATTACHURL%/yourimagefilename.jpg .

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  • Use three consecutive hyphens for a horizontal rule: ---
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  • To see the markup for any page, click on Raw text on the lower toolbar.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.4 - 30 Aug 2001 - MikeMannix?)
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Separate each paragraph with a blank line.
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To display a word or phrase in bold type, surround it by asterisks.
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  • To display a word or phrase in bold type, surround it by asterisks: *bold type*

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To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, a dot, and the WikiWord for that topic (i.e., Test.WebHome).
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  • If you add a WikiWord for a topic that does not yet exist, you'll see a question mark after it, prompting you (or someone else) to edit the new topic: FreshTopic?. After that's done, the WikiWord will be automatically recognized as a link to the new page.

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  • Start a bullet point with space-space-space-asterisk-space.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.3 - 01 Feb 2001 - PeterThoeny)

To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED TYPE, surround it by '=' characters.

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   Surround code excerpts and other
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   Surround code excerpts and other
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Use five consecutive hyphens for a horizontal rule.

 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiSyntax (r1.2 - 10 Dec 2000 - PeterThoeny)

To display a word or phrase in bold italic , surround it by double underscores.

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To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. To link to a Wiki topic in another web, type the name of the web, a dot, and the WikiWord for that topic (i.e., Test.WebHome).

If you add a WikiWord for a topic that does not yet exist, you'll see a question mark after it, prompting you (or someone else) to edit the new topic. After that has been done, the WikiWord will be automatically recognized as a link to the new Wiki page.

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Separate each paragraph with a blank line.

To display a word or phrase in bold type , surround it by asterisks.

To display a word or phrase in italic , surround it by underscores.

To display a word or phrase in bold italic , surround it by double underscores.

To link to another Wiki topic, type the WikiWord for that topic. (To link to a Wiki topic in another web type the name of the web, a dot and the WikiWord for that topic, i.e. Test.WebHome )

If you add a WikiWord for a topic that does not yet exist, you'll see a question mark after it, prompting you (or someone else) to edit the new topic. After that has been done, the WikiWord will be automatically recognized as a link to the new Wiki page.

For an external hyperlink, just type the URL ( starting with http:// ).

  • Start a bullet point with space-space-space-asterisk-space.
    • Use a multiple of 3 spaces to start nested bullets.

  1. Start items in a numbered list with space-space-space-1-space.
  2. (The "1" will be replaced by the correct number).

To include an image inline, just type its URL. You also can attach an image to the page and display it with text %ATTACHURL%/imagefile.jpg .

To display a word or phrase in MONOSPACED TYPE , surround it by '=' characters.

   Surround code excerpts and other
formatted text with
<pre> and </pre> tags.

Use five consecutive hyphens for a horizontal rule.

To see the markup for any page, click on "Edit" at the bottom of the page.

See TextFormattingRules for more detail.

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