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Craftopedia Syntax

Subsections

You can divide your articles into subsections, using the headline markup. The section below each headline will be indented to the right.

Example:

====== Biggest possible Headline ======
===== Headline Level 1 =====
==== Headline Level 2 ====
=== Headline Level 3 ===
== Smallest possible Headline ==
Level 4 subsection ...

Result:


Biggest possible Headline

Headline Level 1

Headline Level 2

Headline Level 3

Smallest possible Headline

Level 4 subsection …


You may use any of the headlines shown above, but in practice, level 1 to level 3 headlines should be sufficient. The more '=' you use, the bigger the headline. Note that is different from the convetion used by Wikipedia/Mediawiki.

Internal Links

Usually the short name of the article is sufficent. But if the article lives in a different namespace, you should link to it using its full name.

To refer to a section inside an article use the '#'-notation.

By default the name of an article or a section will be used when displaying the link text, but you can specify a different name after the '|'-symbol.

Example:

[[howto]]
[[wiki:craftopedia]] 
[[about:craftopedia:syntax#subsections]]
[[howto|Craftopedia HowTo]]

Result:

External Links

Craftopedia links are denoted by double brackets. Everything that starts with “http:” is interpreted as an external link. === Example: === http://www.dokuwiki.org cuddly tux === Result: === http://www.dokuwiki.org
cuddly tux ==== Plugins ==== The Craftopedia is loaded with a few custom syntax-plugins. Find out more about those plugins here: * Identicon ==== Further Reading ==== The Craftopedia runs on DokuWiki. For a complete Introduction to the Syntax check out the Dokuwiki Syntax page.

about/craftopedia/syntax.txt · Last modified: 2009/04/05 17:02 by magisterludi
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