Wiki Formatting

1. Wx Wiki Server Formatting Rules
1. 1. Fonts and Emphasis
1. 2. Lists
1. 3. Paragraphs
1. 4. Embedding
1. 5. Hyperlinks
1. 5. 1. Image Links
1. 6. USEMOD Tables
1. 7. EDDIE Tables
1. 8. Forms
1. 9. Equal Headings
1. 10. Eddie Headings
1. 11. Special Objects
1. 12. Meta Pages
1. 13. Footer
1. 14. Includes
1. 15. Syntax Highlighting
1. 16. #REDIRECT
1. 17. Split Line
1. 18. Psuedo-HTML
1. 19. Centered Text
1. 20. Table of Contents


Wx Wiki Server Formatting Rules

Wiki now uses a simple formatting "language" which is designed for plain-text entry. The source text is entered formatted according to strict guidelines, and this text is then converted to HTML (which looks a lot prettier).

Also see Wiki Formatting Examples.

Fonts and Emphasis

This is monospaced Text

Lists

Indented 1
Indented 2
Indented 3
Term1
Definition 1?
Term2
Definition 2?
Term3
Definition 3?

Paragraphs

Embedding

Hyperlinks

Image Links

Image

USEMOD Tables

Table 1.1 Table 2.1 Table 3.1
Table 1.2 Table 2.2 Table 3.2
Table 1.3 Table 2.3

EDDIE Tables

Tables

A B C
D
E F

Forms

[?<name>] inserts a form - it must be the only word on a line

Equal Headings

Eddie Headings

Special Objects

[$<name>] inserts a macro anywhere in the text. Note that the whole command should be on the same line. There can be other text on the same line.

Meta Pages

Footer

Includes

Syntax Highlighting

Example:
#include <stdio.h>
int main(int argc, char* argv[])
{
  printf("Hello World!");
  return 0;
}


#REDIRECT

Split Line

Psuedo-HTML

Centered Text

Table of Contents

Example: == # Table of Contents == 

After marking the headings you want included like so, put <toc> at the begginning of your page to have Wiki Server generate the table of contents.

HI!


[1] This is a footnote - try clicking me! I should send you back to the place that refers to me. [LabeledFootnote] This is a labeled footnote - try clicking me! I should send you back to the place that refers to me.