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Text Formatting
(redirection from Wiki Markup)

In general: write your text without leading spaces the text will wrap automatically. Separate paragraphs using blank lines.

For simple text formatting use these classical wiki markups:

markupdescriptionresult
---- four or more hyphensa separator line
italic texttext between two single quotesitalic text
bold texttext between three single quotesbold text
bold and italic texttext between five single quotesbold and italic text
=== title ===a line starting and ending with equal signsa title bar (see example below)
* xyza line starting with one or more asterisksindented and bulleted text line (see example below)
: xyza line starting with one or more colonsindented text line (see example below)
# xyza line starting with one or more hashesindented and numbered lines (see example below)
; term: definitiona line starting with a semicolon, a term, a colon and a definitionindented entry for a definiton list (see example below)
http://www.google.coman url to a website starting with "http:" http://www.google.com (a working link to the website)
http://www.wikiservice.at/wn.jpgan url to an image starting with "http:"
mailto:office@wikiservice.at"mailto:" followed by a valid e-mail address MAIL office (AT) wikiservice.at (a working e-mail link)


Look at this sample text input. You will find the output it creates below the frame.


=== Classical wiki markup ===

Just enter any text. It will wrap automatically at 
the window border. Use single quotes to write italic,
bold or even bold and italic. 

Separate paragraphs with empty lines. Or use separators:



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It's easy to create lists with bullets:

* bold
* italic
** bold and italic


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Lists without bullets:

: the number of
:: initial colons shows in the
::: levels of indentation


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Numbered lists:

# numbers
# are added to the lines
# automatically


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An image:

http://www.wikiservice.at/image/wikinet48.jpg


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Some definitions:

;wiki: an authoring system for websites
;HTML: short for HyperText Markup Language
;CDML: short for Content Description Markup Language


Output created:

Classical wiki markup

Just enter any text. It will wrap automatically at the window border. Use single quotes to write italic, bold or even bold and italic.

Separate paragraphs with empty lines. Or use separators:


It's easy to create lists with bullets:

  • bold
  • italic
    • bold and italic

Lists without bullets:

the number of
initial colons shows in the
levels of indentation


Numbered lists:

  1. numbers
  2. are added to the lines
  3. automatically

An image:


Some definitions:

wiki
an authoring system for websites
HTML
short for HyperText Markup Language
CDML
short for Content Description Markup Language


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Comments

ThomasKalka: Missing a link to LinkingSchemes in ProWiki.
You are probably looking for LabeledLink too - hard to locate!