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== Link to other pages inside this Wiki ==
To add an internal link to a new page simply enclose a word, phrase or sentence in double square brackets:  
To add an internal link to a new page simply enclose a word, phrase or sentence in double square brackets:  
  <nowiki>[[This will be the new Page]]</nowiki>
  <nowiki>[[This will be the new Page]]</nowiki>
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After saving the page you can click on the now red words ([[This will be the new Page]]) and the new page will open up in edit mode. Write down what you have to say and save the new page. Done.
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To link to an external URL enclose just enter it: http://www.osgeo.org or link it with a more descriptive word, phrase or sentence by separating it with one blank and enclosing it in single square brackets:
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== Link to External URL ==
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Just enter the URL directly: http://www.osgeo.org. If it is ugly or long append a blank and add a more descriptive word, phrase or sentence. Then enclosing it with '''single''' square brackets:
  <nowiki>[http://logs.qgis.org/geofoundation/%23geofoundation.2006-02-04.log Transcription of the IRC]</nowiki>
  <nowiki>[http://logs.qgis.org/geofoundation/%23geofoundation.2006-02-04.log Transcription of the IRC]</nowiki>
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Only the text will show up.  
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Only the text will show up: [http://logs.qgis.org/geofoundation/%23geofoundation.2006-02-04.log Transcription of the IRC]
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[http://logs.qgis.org/geofoundation/%23geofoundation.2006-02-04.log Transcription of the IRC]
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= Titles =
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Enclose titles with equal signs, 1 for first level (=), two for second level (==), etc... Titles show up in the Table of Contents at the top of the page and help navigation in larger pages.
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Enclose titles with equal signs, 2 for first level (==), three for second level (===), etc... We will probably not need more fancy formatting at this stage.
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== Second Level Title ==
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We will probably not need more fancy formatting at this stage. MAybe you want to add a bulleted list by starting the line with an asterisk '*' or a numbered list by starting with hashes '#'.
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* bulleted list
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# autmatically
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# numbered list
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# good to easily reorder items
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=== Third Level Title ===
For more help on formatting refer to the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page Online Wikipedia Help].
For more help on formatting refer to the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:How_to_edit_a_page Online Wikipedia Help].
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= Discussion on the Talk Page =
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Each Wiki page has a talk page that can be used to comfortably dicuss what is going on without directly messing up whats already there.

Revision as of 11:43, 17 May 2011

Contents

Link to other pages inside this Wiki

To add an internal link to a new page simply enclose a word, phrase or sentence in double square brackets:

[[This will be the new Page]]

After saving the page you can click on the now red words (This will be the new Page) and the new page will open up in edit mode. Write down what you have to say and save the new page. Done.

Link to External URL

Just enter the URL directly: http://www.osgeo.org. If it is ugly or long append a blank and add a more descriptive word, phrase or sentence. Then enclosing it with single square brackets:

[http://logs.qgis.org/geofoundation/%23geofoundation.2006-02-04.log Transcription of the IRC]

Only the text will show up: Transcription of the IRC

Titles

Enclose titles with equal signs, 1 for first level (=), two for second level (==), etc... Titles show up in the Table of Contents at the top of the page and help navigation in larger pages.

Second Level Title

We will probably not need more fancy formatting at this stage. MAybe you want to add a bulleted list by starting the line with an asterisk '*' or a numbered list by starting with hashes '#'.

  • bulleted list
  1. autmatically
  2. numbered list
  3. good to easily reorder items

Third Level Title

For more help on formatting refer to the Online Wikipedia Help.

Discussion on the Talk Page

Each Wiki page has a talk page that can be used to comfortably dicuss what is going on without directly messing up whats already there.

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