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Wiki Markup

Wookee markup is essentially plain text; just write things down and let Wookee pretty-print them for you.

Here is how Wookee will render what you're writing:

Paragraphs, Sections, Lists and Lines

A paragraph ends with a line break.

This is the next paragraph.

Empty lines are ignored.

A paragraph ends with a line break.
This is the next paragraph.

Empty lines are ignored.

You can break lines
without starting a new paragraph.

You can break lines \\
without starting a new paragraph.

Start your sections with header lines. If your wiki supports it, section headings can be used to auto-generate a table of contents.

New Section

=== New Section

Some Subsection

==== Some Subsection

  • Lists are good:
    • they organize material
    • they look clean
* Lists are good:
** they organize material
** they look clean
  1. Numbered lists are also good:
    1. very organized
    2. easy to follow
# Numbered lists are also good:
## very organized
## easy to follow
Definition lists
present definitions for terms
This term
is defined here
; Definition lists: present definitions for terms
; This term: is defined here
  • Mixing list types is straightforward
    1. first subitem
    2. second subitem
* Mixing list types is straightforward
*# first subitem
*# second subitem
Another mixed-type list
A definition list
  • first subitem
  • second subitem
; Another mixed-type list: A definition list
;* first subitem
;* second subitem

Lines can be

indented
several levels
Lines can be
: indented
:: several levels
  if (lines start with whitespace) then
    whitespace        is preserved;
    a monospaced font is used;
    character markup can be used;
  end if;
  if (lines start with whitespace) then
    whitespace        is preserved;
    a monospaced font is used;
    '''character''' markup <u>can be used</u>;
  end if;

You can put quotes into a neat box

if you quote them like you would quote an email

from: Wookee Markup Reference
> You can put quotes into a neat box
> if you quote them like you would quote an email
>: ''from: Wookee Markup Reference''

A thin horizontal dividing line: above...


...and below.

A thin horizontal dividing line: above...
-----
...and below.

A thick horizontal dividing line: above...


...and below.

A thick horizontal dividing line: above...
=====
...and below.
 

Character Formatting

Text can be italic, bold or both.

Text can be ''italic'', '''bold''' or ''''both''''.

Emoticons :-) are displayed as images :/

Emoticons :-) are displayed as images :/

Technical [[terms]], not parsed

Technical <code>[[terms]]</code>, not parsed

Any <u>text</u>, not parsed

Any <nowiki><u>text</u></nowiki>, not parsed

You can strike out stuff
and insert new stuff. Useful for editing.

You can <strike>strike out</strike> stuff \\
and <u>insert new stuff</u>. Useful for editing.

Make subscript or superscript text.

Make <sub>subscript</sub> or <sup>superscript</sup> text.

Two hyphens – make a dash,
three — a longer dash

Two hyphens -- make a dash, \\
three --- a longer dash

An arrow → for conclusions and menu commands

An arrow -> for conclusions and menu commands

Use™ certain special characters©,
in fact, any ⇒HTML entity.

Use&trade; certain special characters&copy;, \\
in fact, any &rArr;HTML entity.
 

Links and Images

The presentation and functionality of internal links is subject to the wiki engine you are using Wookee with. If you are using Wookee on its own, internal links will probably not work at all.

Internal links to another page

Internal links to [[another page]]

You can override the link text

You can override the [[Sandbox|link text]]

Reference-style external links: [1], [2]

Reference-style external links:
[[http://example.org]], [[http://example.net]]

A named external link

A named [[http://example.org|external link]]

External links can also be marked up with single brackets, but this syntax is only maintained for backwards compatibility and its use is highly discouraged.

URLs and email addresses are made clickable:
http://example.org (contact webmaster@example.org)

URLs and email addresses are made clickable: \\
http://example.org (contact webmaster@example.org)

A link ending in a (recognized) image file name extension (.png, .jpg, .gif) renders the linked image inline. You can use that feature along with your wiki engine's file uploader to embed images in your pages.

 

Interwiki links

Interwiki links are shortcuts

[[Root:static/intermap|Interwiki]] links are shortcuts

Root: is for links on this site

'''Root:''' is for links on this [[Root:blobs|site]]

http or https fails

[[http:/blobs|http]] or [[https:/blobs|https]] fails

RFC: is nice for RFCs

'''RFC:''' is nice for [[RFC:4408|RFCs]]

Action: is a shortcut for actions

'''Action:''' is a shortcut for [[Action:index|actions]]

upload: is for blobs

'''upload:''' is for [[upload:rss-16.gif|blobs]]

RSS

[[Action:rss|<img src="/blobs/rss-16.gif" alt="RSS" />]]
 

Tables

simple tablesallow horizontal alignment
bordered tablesinclude table-like presentation
| simple tables | allow horizontal alignment
| bordered tables | include table-like presentation

Bordered Table

FirstSecondThird
upper leftupper middleupper right
rightcenterleft
centered in two cellsEnd
|||^ <wiki>=== Bordered Table</wiki>          |
|^ '''First''' |^ '''Second''' |^ '''Third''' |
| upper left   | upper middle  | upper right  |
|> right       |^ center       |< left        |
||^ centered in two cells      | <u>End</u>   |

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