Editing Tips French

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Wiki uses a relatively simple formatting system. You can learn how to use it by reading this page. If you aren't sure how to edit a page, please see How To EditAPage.

If you want to practice, please use the Sand Box .

Contents

Links

Use Words Smashed Together to create a link within the site. Click on the ? to edit the new page.

Create a link to something outside this site by typing its URL: http://andstuff.org.

or you can use [1]for more resources

  • If you like, enclose it in brackets to create a numbered reference and avoid cluttering the page; [http://andstuff.org] becomes [2].
  • Or you can have a description instead of a numbered reference; [http://nytimes.com NY Times] becomes NY Times.

Text formatting

''italic text'' becomes italic text '''bold text''' becomes bold text <code>monospace text</code> becomes monospace text

<code>
	Multi-line code block
	See how it works?
</code>

becomes

Multi-line code block

 See how it works?

---- becomes a horizontal rule:


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 becomes http://c2.com/sig/wiki.gif.

Block formatting

You can indent by starting a paragraph with one or more colons.

:Indent me! ::Me too! becomes

Indent me
Me too!

You can create bullet lists by starting a paragraph with one or more asterisks.

*Bullet one **Sub-bullet becomes

  • Bullet one
    • Sub-bullet

Similarly, you can create numbered lists by starting a paragraph with one or more hashes.

#Numero uno #Number two ##Sub-item becomes

  1. Numero uno
  2. Number two
    1. Sub-item

You can even mix and match list types:

  1. Number one
    • Bullet
  2. Number two

  1. Number one
    • Bullet
  2. 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 1 heading

Level 2 heading

Level 3 heading

Level 4 heading

You can create tables using the following format:

{|
| cell one
| cell two
|-
|colspan="2" | big ol' line
|-
| cell four
| cell five
|}
cell one cell two
big ol' line
cell four cell five

Advanced Formatting Features

Inter Wiki links are hyperlinks to other wikis: See Tavi: Tavi Features for more advanced formatting techniques. Great!

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