Before editing any of the pages here, please review the EtreeWikiGoals
Edit the SandBox
page to see how it's done. Practice these rules in the SandBox
. If you have editing questions not covered below (check first), try WikiQuestions
Also, refer to the official list of Tavi:FormalFormattingRules?
to see all the possibilities and their combinations.
to create a page link. Click on the ? to edit the new page.
You can also create (free links)?
that aren't WordsSmashedTogether?
. Type them like this: ((free links))
. (This is an option that is turned on in this wiki. WikkiTikkiTavi?
allows you to turn (free links)?
off if you want only the classic Wiki link style.)
You may also create links with spaces in them, find out more over at Tavi:SplitWikiNames?
(eg; (Split Wiki Names)?
making a potential page link on a word with internal capitals, surround the word with 3 backticks.
:I don't want to link to ```WikiWord```.
vs. ShnAmp (second version is within backticks). Backticks will take off any other Wiki markup effects as well.
becomes italic text
becomes bold text
becomes monospace text
becomes a horizontal rule:
Create a remote link simply by typing its URL: http://andstuff.org
If you like, enclose it in brackets to create a numbered reference and avoid cluttering the page; [http://andstuff.org]
Or you can have a description instead of a numbered reference; [http://nytimes.com NY Times]
becomes [NY Times]
You can put a picture in a page by typing the URL to the picture (it must end in gif, jpg, or png). For example, http://c2.com/sig/wiki.gif
You can link to some other sites by typing shortcuts. See InterWiki
for more details. For example,
You can indent by starting a paragraph with one or more colons.
- Indent me
- Me too!
You can create bullet lists by starting a paragraph with one or more asterisks.
Similarly, you can create numbered lists by starting a paragraph with one or more hashes.
- Numero uno
- Number two
You can mix and match list types:
- Number one
- Number two
You can make various levels of heading by putting = signs before and after the text =
Level 1 heading
Level 2 heading
Level 3 heading
Level 4 heading
Level 5 heading
Level 6 heading
There is no Level 7 heading
= Level 1 heading =
== Level 2 heading ==
=== Level 3 heading ===
==== Level 4 heading ====
===== Level 5 heading =====
====== Level 6 heading ======
You can create tables using pairs of vertical bars:
|cell one || cell two |
| big ol' line |
| cell four || cell five |
||cell one || cell two ||
|||| big ol' line ||
|| cell four || cell five ||