• Separate each paragraph with a blank line.

  • To display a word or phrase in bold type, surround it by asterisks: *bold type*

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

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

  • 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 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.

  • 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. Use two for bold: bold mono .

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

  • Use three consecutive hyphens for a horizontal rule: ---

  • To see the markup for any page, click on Raw text on the lower toolbar.

This topic: TWiki > WikiSyntax
History: r4 - 30 Aug 2001 - 13:25:19 - MikeMannix?
 
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