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Emphasis: ‘ for italics, _ _ for bold, ‘ ‘_ _ for both
Lists: * for bullet lists, # for numbered lists, ;term:definition for definiton lists
Wiki References: JoinCapitalizedWords or use ((page)) or ((page|desc)) for wiki references, ))SomeName(( prevents referencing
External links: use square brackets for an external link: [URL] or [URL|link_description] or [URL|description|nocache] (that last form prevents the local Wiki from caching the page; please use that form for large pages!).
For an external Wiki, use ExternalWikiName:PageName or ((External Wiki Name: Page Name))
Multi-page pages:use …page… to separate pages
Headings: “!”, “!!”, “!!!” make_headings
Show/Hide: “!+”, “!!-” show/hide heading section. + (shown) or – (hidden) by default.
Misc: “-   -” makes a horizontal rule “===text===” underlines text.
Title bar: “-=title=-” creates a title bar.
Wiki File Attachments: {file name=file.ext desc=”description text” page=”wiki page name” showdesc=1} Creates a link to the named file. If page is not given, the file must be attached to the current page. If desc is not given, the file name is used for the link text, unless showdesc is used, which makes the file description be used for the link text. If image=1 is given, the attachment is treated as an image and is displayed directly on the page; no link is generated.
Images: “{img src= width=200 height=100 align=center imalign=right link= desc=foo alt=txt usemap=name class=xyz}” displays an image height width desc link and align are optional
Non cacheable images: “{img src= width=200 height=100 align=center link= desc=foo}” displays an image height width desc link and align are optional
Tables: “||row1-col1|row1-col2|row1-col3||row2-col1|row2-col2col3||” creates a table
RSS feeds: “{rss id=n max=m}” displays rss feed with id=n maximum=m items
Simple box: “^Box content^” Creates a box with the data
Dynamic content: “{content id=n}” Will be replaced by the actual value of the dynamic content block with id=n
Colored text: “~~#FFEE33:some text~~” Will display using the indicated HTML color
Center: “::some text::” Will display the text centered
Non parsed sections: “~np~ data ~/np~” Prevents wiki parsing of the enclosed data.
Preformated sections: “~pp~ data ~/pp~” Displays preformated text/code; no Wiki processing is done inside these sections (as with np), and the spacing is fixed (no word wrapping is done).
Square Brackets: Use [[foo] to show [foo].
Block Preformatting: Indent text with any number of spaces to turn it into a monospaced block that still follows other Wiki formatting instructions. It will be indended with the same number of spaces that you used. Note that this mode does not preserve exact spacing and line breaks; use ~pp~…~/pp~ for that.
Dynamic variables: “%name%” Inserts an editable variable
Insert Module Output: {MODULE(module=>some_module)}text{MODULE} can be used to insert the output of module “some_module” into your Wiki page. See PluginModule for more information.
Rendering Program Code: {CODE()}some code{CODE} will render “some code” as program code. This plugin has other options; see PluginCode.
Direction:“{r2l}”, “{l2r}”, “{rm}”, “{lm}” Insert resp. right-to-left and left-to-right text direction DIV (up to end of text) and markers for langages as arabic or hebrew.
Table of contents“{toc}”, “{maketoc}” prints out a table of contents for the current page based on structures (toc) or ! headings (maketoc)
Line break:“%%%” (very useful especially in tables)
Misc:“{cookie}, {poll}”
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