between subtle shading and the absence of light lies the nuance of iqlusion
This WIKI website is based on the idea that
Less Is More,
so don't get too fancy. Just typing normal text
with blank lines between paragraphs is often sufficient.
If you're curious how to format something in a similar way to a page that's already on the wiki, just click "edit" on that page, and feel free to copy/paste the formatting codes!
These marks may appear anywhere on a single line, but do not nest:
``words to be italics''
```words to be bold'''
````words to be typewriter''''
[[Title Of Page]]
--link to page in same Wiki
The second word on the following is the URL or filename;
remaining words are optional, and are ALT text or
name displayed on link:
/link <URL> <label>...
--link to external site.
/link <page#> <label>
-- link to internal site
/file NAME <label>...
--link to attached file
/image <URL> <alt-text>...
/imagefile NAME.jpg alt-text...
--embedded attached file image
To make a gallery of thumbnail images:
(image stuff here)
To have a non-parsed code fragment on a page:
(the stuff to be displayed as-is)
These must start in the first column, and affect the entire line:
* Item in a bullet list
/section Primary Section Title
/subsection Secondary Section Title
/b words to be bold
/i words to be italics
/tt words to be typewriter
--draws a horizontal rule (also used to separate blurb
from body in Weblog and Calendar postings)
-- (lone slash then space) forces a line break
-- Similar to the <nowiki> tag, this prevents the wiki from formatting the text right after it.
Similar to <!-- --> or // or some other "comment" symbol. It means ignore anything else on the line.
You may not use HTML tags; the characters < and > render as themselves.
You may use
HTML entity names
for non-ASCII characters if you use both & before and ; after it.
For more information, please see: