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  • slash - Wiki: Help: Admonitions
    zip mpg mpeg avi mov wmv asf asx ra rm txt rtf doc xsl html js wav mp3 eps ppt pps swf tar tex gz slash Tools Support Discover About Help Search Search Help Admonitions Index Search Search pages Search Article History Admonitions are used to make some text stand out or to point out something which doesn t fit in the normal flow of the text There are five different admonitions currently supported by the Modern theme They are warning caution important note and tip Below is an example of the caution admonition wiki caution Don t overuse admonitions Admonitions should be used with care A page riddled with admonitions will look restless and will be harder to follow then a page where admonitions are used sparingly Don t overuse admonitions Admonitions should be used with care A page riddled with admonitions will look restless and will be harder to follow then a page where admonitions are used sparingly The other admonition styles are Warning Use warnings when there is a risk of bodily harm or dataloss Important Remember that in the new wiki syntax the terminating need to be on a separate line Note You can use normal

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  • slash - Wiki: Help: Includes
    this field blank required Problem required Attach a screenshot optional jpg jpeg jpe bmp tif tiff png gif pdf zip mpg mpeg avi mov wmv asf asx ra rm txt rtf doc xsl html js wav mp3 eps ppt pps swf tar tex gz slash Tools Support Discover About Help Search Search Help Includes Index Search Search pages Search Article History Includes are standard wiki pages whose content is designed to be transcluded embedded inside other pages Any wiki page may be an include To include content from another wiki page use the following syntax Include PageName For example say you had a page named Welcome with the following content Hello Welcome to the wiki And then you created a page named Test and had the following text This is a test of includes Include Welcome That should have included the Welcome page The final output would look like This is a test of includes Hello Welcome to the wiki That should have included the Welcome page Any changes to an included page will be reflected on all the pages it is included So if you re welcome page is included on 100 pages and you decide to change the

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  • slash - Wiki: Help: PageHistory
    Article History Introduction All editable pages have an associated page history which consists of the old versions of the wikitext as well as a record of the date and time of every edit the name of the user who wrote it and their edit summary Access the page history by clicking the history tab at the top of the page This may also be referred to as the revision history or edit history All changes made to the page are listed in reverse chronological order newest to oldest To view a specific version click a date To compare an old version with the current version click cur To compare a version with its predecessor click last To compare two specific versions tick the left column radio button of the older version and the right column radio button of the newer version and then click the Compare selected versions button Linking to a specific version of a page It is occasionally useful to link to a specific version of an article a snapshot of it For example one might have done a review of an article and want to indicate which particular version was reviewed If the version is not the

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  • slash - Wiki: Help: Processors
    functions to process user edited text Wiki processors can be used in any Wiki text throughout the wiki for various different purposes like syntax highlighting or for rendering text verbatim rendering Wiki markup inside a context like inside div blocks or span or within td or th table cells using an alternative markup syntax like raw HTML Using Processors To use a processor on a block of text first delimit the lines using a Wiki code block The lines that should be processed On the line just below the the curly braces add followed by the processor name processorname The lines that should be processed This is the shebang notation familiar to most UNIX users Besides their content some Wiki processors can also accept parameters which are then given as key value pairs after the processor name on the same line If value has to contain space as it s often the case for the style parameter a quoted string can be used key value with space As some processors are meant to process Wiki markup it s quite possible to nest processor blocks You may want to indent the content of nested blocks for increased clarity this extra indentation will be ignored when processing the content Available Processors default Present the text verbatim in a preformatted text block This is the same as specifying no processor name and no comment Do not process the text in this section i e contents exist only in the plain text not in the rendered page Admonitions wiki type Admonitions are used to make some text stand out or to point out something which doesn t fit in the normal flow of the text For more details see the Admonitions help page type can be caution warning important note or tip HTML related

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  • slash - Wiki: Help: Templates
    rtf doc xsl html js wav mp3 eps ppt pps swf tar tex gz slash Tools Support Discover About Help Search Search Help Templates Index Search Search pages Search Article History Templates make it easier for users to add new pages Instead of requiring that each bit of new information be added by hand templates have some text and structure already filled in Templates are standard wiki pages except that

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  • slash - Wiki: Help: WhatIsWiki
    that particular topic grows and changes Many people have never spent much time with an active wiki community before Because all the content is user submitted and maintained the idea that anyone can edit any page at any time and do so with complete anonymity can be unsettling The important thing to remember is that because content is easily editable many revisions are possible in a short amount of time to refine and grow the knowledge while also verify it s contents by peers While most people are good sports about providing accurate information wikis do have a history feature in case something goes wrong The history feature allows users to go back to a previous version Follow the link below for more information about wiki history Page History All editable pages have an associated page history Community and Collaboration The heart of any wiki is its community and the community s ability to work together Virtually any topic in an active community can support a wiki It is now common to see wikis used inside corporations and organizations For example A large corporation is using an internally developed software application to manage its clients Employees use this software to enter and access data The program is ten years old has never been documented very well and training is done by word of mouth This type of environment is perfect for a wiki Employees using the software can build their own documentation and then build on each other s Each time someone learns something new about the software they can input a sentence or two into the wiki to let other employees see what they learned Over time the employees will build a complete documentation set for the entire application It is quite likely that wikis and other community based efforts will grow rapidly as people become familiar and more comfortable with the concept Wiki vs Blog vs Forum Wikis In the simplest form wikis i e a visitor edited resource such as an encyclopedia can be imagined as a repository of easily editable website pages Wikis can be used for a variety of purposes like documentation knowledge management or just a team repository of information Blogs Weblogs or blogs i e a diary or news column type of page display are online journals maintained by a person or a team with regular updates They are typically meant for general consumption and are arranged in a chronological manner with the most recent blog posts on the top Blog posts can also have the provision for readers to leave comments Blogs are usually more informal and chatty Forum Discussion Forums i e a message Board or bulletin board program that allows people to start new topics or respond to existing ones can be simply thought of as an area where people would like to initiate a topic or idea so people can start commenting and collaborating The initial idea topic may be just a single line or a complete descriptive paragraph

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  • slash - Wiki: Help: WikiHtml
    ra rm txt rtf doc xsl html js wav mp3 eps ppt pps swf tar tex gz slash Tools Support Discover About Help Search Search Help WikiHtml Index Search Search pages Search Article History The wiki supports inserting HTML into any wiki context HTML support is built in and does not require installing any additional packages How to Use HTML To inform the wiki engine that a block of text should be treated as HTML use the html processor This example should explain html h1 style text align right color blue HTML Test h1 Results in HTML Test Note that the wiki sanitizes your HTML code before displaying it That means that if you try to use potentially dangerous constructs such as Javascript event handlers those will be removed from the output html lt div class warning style border 2pt solid text align center gt This is the only way to go lt div gt Results in This is the only way to go For spans you should rather use the Macro call syntax Hello span WORLD click world anchor here style color green font size 120 id world anchor Results in Hello WORLD click world anchor here More Information

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  • slash - Wiki: Help: WikiMacros
    35 42 Resource 100 Display Resource 100 failed Tag heattransfer Display heattransfer not found To add a footnote to text you use the footnote macro FootNote Footnotes are automatically linked You use the same macro but with no text to display the accumulated list of footnotes For example FootNote Display To add a footnote to text you use the footnote macro 1 You use the same macro but with no text to display the accumulated list of footnotes For example Footnotes are automatically linked Available Macros BR Insert a line break Span content attributes Wraps text or other elements inside a span tag Image filename Embed an image in wiki formatted text The first argument is the filename of the image The remaining arguments are optional and allow configuring the attributes and style of the rendered img element html digits and unit are interpreted as the size ex 120 25 for the image right left top or bottom are interpreted as the alignment for the image nolink means without link to image source key value style are interpreted as HTML attributes or CSS style indications for the image Valid keys are align border width height alt title longdesc class id and usemap File content attributes Works similar to the Image macro but instead generates a link to a file The first argument is the filename Resource id alias This macro will insert a linked title to a resource It can be passed wither an ID or alias Tool id alias This macro functions identically to the Resource macro mentioned above Contributor id username name This macro will generate a link to a contributor s page with the contributor s name as the link text It accepts either the contributor s ID username or name NOTE to use a name it

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