If you choose to render a page as type Wiki Page, use wiki syntax to format the page. The following table shows commonly used wiki syntax designations. See the Advanced Wiki Syntax page for further options.

[tutorials]Tutorials - Link to another page, named 'tutorials', in this wiki
[Display Text|tutorials]Display Text - Link with custom text
http://www.google.com/www.google.com - Links are detected automatically
{link:Google|http://www.google.com/}Google - Link to an external page with display text
{link:**Google**|http://www.google.com/}Google - Link to an external page with display text in bold
{mailto:somename@domain.com}Include an email link which creates new email message with default mail client
[attach.jpg]Display an attached image
{image:http://www.google.com/images/logo.gif}Display an external image
strike throughSee Advanced Wiki Syntax.
----horizontal line
\the escape char
\\line break (
\\\a single \ (e.g., backslash in a Windows file path)
blank linenew paragraph
1 Title


1.1 Subtitle


- item1
- item2
  • Bullet list
  • Bullet list
- item1
-- subitem1
-- subitem2
  • Bullet list with
    • Subitems
    • Subitems

1. item1
1. item2
1. item3 

Numbered list. (Note that all items in the wiki code are numbered "1.")

1. item1
2. item2
3. item3

Create an html table
- some wiki code
Renders as an HTML <div>. Wrap wiki code in {div}'s to apply (1) inline CSS styles or (2) CSS classes.

See examples at Advanced Wiki Syntax.

...hidden text...

Content inside the {comment} tags is not rendered in the final HTML. 





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