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.

markupeffect
[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
**bold**bold
__underline__underline
~~italic~~italic
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

Title

1.1 Subtitle

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

{table}
header|header|header
cell|cell|cell
{table}
Create an html table
{div}
- some wiki code
{div}
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.

{comment}
...hidden text...
{comment} 

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

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