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  1. You, as a registered user ("Become a registered user":/help?action=newUser)
  2. have the level sixteen magical ability to cast "Modify this page" on any
  3. page. If you do this on any page that doesn't exist yet, then afterwards it
  4. does.
  5. The easiest way of doing this is to find somewhere to link to it from (Say,
  6. the front page) and edit that to include a link to your as-yet-nonexistant
  7. page, like this: [CC]myNewPage[CC], which will then look like this:
  8. ((myNewPage))
  9. <hr>
  10. h2. Formatting
  11. * ____italic____
  12. * ***bold***
  13. * --struck out--
  14. * ++added in++
  15. Headings are done by starting a line with h1. Your Title Here, replacing 1
  16. with a number from 1 to 6 gives you decreasing levels of heading.
  17. Formatting is reasonably logical and described better "at Textile's Home
  18. Page":http://www.textism.com/tools/textile/ (There's a certian
  19. bootstrapping problem to explaining the formatting here, since everything I
  20. write will be formatted according to the rules. This will be solved in a
  21. later version of the wiki software, which I (Aquarion) write).
  22. One way of seeing how the formatting works is to edit any page to see the
  23. source.
  24. If you want somewhere to muck around and experiment with wikiThings, I'd
  25. suggest the ((Playground)), for a better (or even 'a') description of what
  26. a wiki is, Start "here":http://wiki.org/wiki.cgi?WhatIsWiki
  27. h2. Linking
  28. [CC]item[CC] link to wiki page 'item'
  29. -[CC]~user[CC] links to the user page for ((~user))
  30. [CC]item|title[CC] link to wiki page 'item' with the contents of the link
  31. as 'title'
  32. Put a link to another page in like this: "test": http://www.test.com
  33. becomes "test":http://www.test.com
  34. Surrounding any word or phrase with [CC]double brackets[CC] makes it an
  35. internal wiki link, a link to somewhere else on this site
  36. -Then when you try to follow the link to ((An uncreated page)) you will be
  37. +Then when you try to follow the link (ie, ((myNewPage)) above) you will be
  38. told this page doesn't exist, and asked if you want to create it. (Note
  39. -that the link is a different colour. This means it's a link to a
  40. -non-existant page. Links to existing pages look like this: ((help))
  41. +that the link is a different colour, and has a question mark beside it.
  42. +This means it's a link to a non-existant page. Links to existing pages look
  43. +like this: ((help))
  44. h3. Advanced AqWiki Syntax
  45. [CMD]RECENT[CMD] list recent modifications
  46. [CMD]INDEX[CMD] alphabetical index of all pages
  47. [CMD]ALLBY|author[CMD] All revisions by 'author'
  48. [CMD]SEARCH|term[CMD] All current pages containing fulltext 'term'
  49. [CMD]VAR|$foo[CMD] display the contents of $foo (could be a GET or POST
  50. variable, or an internal one.
  51. [CMD]SETVAR|var|value[CMD] set internal variable 'var' to 'val'
  52. [CMD]MACRO|name[CMD] include the output of macro 'name'
  53. [CMD]CAL|yyyy-mm-dd|name[CMD] Add an event on 'yyyy-mm-dd' to the page
  54. calendar with the id of 'name'
  55. [CMD]CAL[CMD] display page calendar

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