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@ide-Mémoire: Formatting Rules in this WiKi


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@ide-Mémoire: Formatting Rules in WikiNi WiKis
For the g@rdeners, cr@tsmen and p@rticipants in WikiNi WiKis.
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Basic WikiNi Formatting Rules

This text is //in italics.// ---> = This text is in italics.

This text is **in bold!** ---> = This text is in bold!

This is __underlined text__ ! ---> = This is underlined text !

This text is @@striken through@@ ! ---> = This text is striken through !

This is ##monospace text## ---> = This is monospace text

You may test your formatting skills in the SandBox?:
that's the place to do so!

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To impede WikiNi formatting, which switches on the HTML encoding,
just write two pairs of double quotes ; here's one double quote : ".
//WikiNi formatters// typed while editing a WiKi p@ge, between **two pairs** of double quotes, as this sentence, @@do not format@@ the content and are seen in the __edited WiKi p@ge__.

In parallel, if, at edition, you write <i>HTML codes</i>, but not between <b>two pairs</b> of double quotes, as in this sentence, <u>you will see them</u> in the published WiKi p@ge, because your browser <s>doesn't interpretate them.</s> To find out more on XHTML in WikiNi WiKis:

xhtml et wikini ou /or xhtml in wikini
You may test your formatting skills in the SandBox?.

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Headings: useful so as to structure a Wiki p@ge

Tiny Headings
== Tiny Headings == (2 "=" on both sides)

Small Headings

=== Small Headings === (3 "=" on both sides)

Big Headings

==== Big Headings ==== (4 "=" on both sides)

Huge Headings

===== Huge Headings ===== (5 "=" on both sides)

Giant Headings

====== Giant Headings ====== (6 "=" on both sides)



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Bullet List (LISTS: 1/3, 2/3, 3/3.)

To indent content,
use this Bullet List recipe,
with lines or paragraphs, but without any "-".

Jumping one space at the beginning of each line,
through the space bar, at the bottom of your keyboard,
(re)writing a "-", then the item. =



NB: If you go up to three spaces or more, you cannot come back to two, and be XHTML-proof!

So as to be XHTML-proof, jump a line and then, start another list, if needed.

a) Lowercase Characters List (LISTS: 1/3, 2/3, 3/3.)
Jump a space at the beginning of each line,
write a) at first item, then "-" at others.
  1. Lowercase Characters List; item #1.
  2. Lowercase Characters List; item #2.
  3. Lowercase Characters List; item #3.

A) Uppercase Characters List
Jump a space at the beginning of each line,
write A) at first item, then "-" at others.
  1. Uppercase Characters List; item #1.
  2. Uppercase Characters List; item #2.
  3. Uppercase Characters List; item #3.

1) Numbered List (arabic numerals)
Jump a space at the beginning of each line,
write 1) at first item, then "-" at others.
  1. Numbered List (arabic numerals); item #1.
  2. Numbered List (arabic numerals); item #2.
  3. Numbered List (arabic numerals); item #3.

i) Numbered List (lowercase roman numerals)
Jump a space at the beginning of each line,
write i) at first item, then "-" at others.
  1. Numbered List (lowercase roman numerals); item #1.
  2. Numbered List (lowercase roman numerals); item #2.
  3. Numbered List (lowercase roman numerals); item #3.
  4. Numbered List (lowercase roman numerals); item #4.

I) Numbered List (uppercase roman numerals) (LISTS: 1/3, 2/3, 3/3.)
Jump a space at the beginning of each line,
write I) at first item, then "-" at others.
  1. Numbered List (uppercase roman numerals); item #1.
  2. Numbered List (uppercase roman numerals); item #2.
  3. Numbered List (uppercase roman numerals); item #3.
  4. Numbered List (uppercase roman numerals); item #4.

X) Mixt List (arabic numerals and lowercase characters)
One "_" is worth a jumped space.

_1)item #1
__a)item #1 a
__-item #1 b
_-item #2
_-item #3
__a)item #3 a
__-item #3 b
__-item #3 c
_-item #4
=

  1. item #1
    1. item #1 a
    2. item #1 b
  2. item #2
  3. item #3
    1. item #3 a
    2. item #3 b
    3. item #3 c
  4. item #4

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Automatic Links
Internal : NomWiKi ou MotWiki
External : http://www.wikipedia.org

Forced Internal Links (to another p@ge of the WiKi)
[[PagePrincipale]] = PagePrincipale
[[PagePrincipale Here's a link to the Wiki P@ge named "PagePrincipale"]] =
Here's a link to the Wiki P@ge named "PagePrincipale"

Forced External Links :
[[http://www.wikipedia.org]] = http://www.wikipedia.org
[[http://www.wikipedia.org Wikipedia's WiKi]] = Wikipedia's WiKi

Forced Em@il Links :
[[toto@example.org]] = toto@example.org
[[toto@example.org Toto's em@il @ddress]] = Toto's em@il @ddress

15 Interwiki Links possible from this Wiki
EXAMPLES :
WikiDjeault:DjO = WikiDjeault:DjO (interwiki) ::WikiShop:PlaN (interwiki)
WikiNi:DjO (interwiki) :: WikiPedia:PagePrincipale (interwiki) :: WikiNiMST:DjO (interwiki)
Note: lowercase and UPPERCASE characters must be respected!

List of other Interwiki links, possible from this Wiki

WikiProjets:PagePrincipale (interwiki) :: WikiUrania:PagePrincipale (interwiki)

WikiPolymnia:PagePrincipale (interwiki) :: WikiCalliope:PagePrincipale (interwiki)

WikiClio:PagePrincipale (interwiki) :: WikiErato:PagePrincipale (interwiki)

WikiThalia:PagePrincipale (interwiki) :: WikiMelpomene:PagePrincipale (interwiki)

WikiEuterpe:PagePrincipale (interwiki) :: WikiTerpsichore:PagePrincipale (interwiki)



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Lines, or Horizontal Separators,

as the line that ends this §.

Type at least four "-"; anymore than four "-" will give the same result:



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Forced Line Break :
---
This § in purple is between two pairs of double quotes, but not the following one. When you aren't between two pairs of double quotes, --- and that at edition, you write three dashes in a row, as these ones, ---, a line break will occur in the published WiKi p@ge, --- as you can see.

When you aren't between two pairs of double quotes,
and that at edition, you write three dashes in a row, as these ones,
, a line break will occur in the published WiKi p@ge,
as you can see.

Those "---" are quite useful to change line within Title codes, "=", within tables, in Wikis, in which that power is enabled, or else, within lists.



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To Insert an Im@ge in a WiKi P@ge


To upload and host im@ges, as this one,  moyen moineault: http://www.flickr.com

To recre@te an im@ge in a Wiki p@ge,

get the im@ge's @ddress, by right-clicking it, then write its @ddress,
the complete URL @ddress of the first im@ge being: http://www.djo.ca/w01blue.gif,




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For Specialists 1/2, 2/2.)
%%
appears as itself in a window as this one that follows.
In these windows...
%%

appears as itself in a window as this one <s>that follows</s>.<br />
In these windows...<br />

or "tables", as long you don't click "Enter", the line goes on;
at the bottom of the window, the horizontal scroll bar
permits to go to the end of long lines, if any.

Here, the two pairs of double quotes lose their m@gical power:
the <b>HTML</b> and **WikiNi** formattings don't work anymore.
""the <b>HTML</b> and **WikiNi** formattings don't work anymore.""
<hr>
----
---
***
Specialists often use those windows
to modify, discuss and/or construct
(php) code, PHP (delphi) code, delphi/pascal code.
------------------------
-In... Netscape Navigator 7x and Internet Explorer 6
   these "window tables" have a fixed height and width:
   ± those of a monitor screen. ***
   There's a scroll bar, on the right and at the bottom of the window.
---------
-In... Netscape Navigator 4.8 :
   these "window tables" do not have a fixed height and width
   and there's no scroll bar:
   the window lengthens as much as its content, in height and width:
   The entire WiKi p@ge is widened, and not only the table!
   ... |-¦
----
-In...
----
-In...
----
-------------------------------------------------------------------------

For Specialists 1/2, 2/2.
to display logs / and script shells by adding the tags <pre> et </pre>
which will be interpreted, so as to display the text as it is through the browsers
(IF there's no double quotes in it).
That allows to see the content in extenso,
rather than in a fixed size code box
(contrary to the phpBB2 fonctionality with the tags [code] and [/code]).



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Extras that WikiNi FoXmattinG can't do on its own

In this Wiki, a style and a global color may be given to a p@ge,

by inserting one of these ActionInclude codes, at the very top of the p@ge:


Font Colors, Faces, Sizes and Highlighting
Even though certain WikiNi WiKis have been adapted so as to allow Yellow HighLighting par ~~ and, the three basic colors, by #V#, #R#, #B#, that doesn't work in WikiNi 0.4.x or 0.5.x WiKis that haven't been adapted by a developper. Nevertheless, using HTML, one may easily solve that problem and highlight and/or color text.

Tables
In parallel, certain other WikiNi WiKis, like WikiNi MST have been adapted, so as to enable table formatting. However, this Wiki or raw  wikini 0.4.x or 0.5.x WiKis do not support table formatting, though, for that purpose, one may use HTML:
@ide-Memoire of Valid XHTML 0.1 Codes in WikiNi WiKis
in French or English,
 xhtml et wikini or  xhtml in wikini
FoXparleXhtml :: FoXspeaqsXhtml


<table bgcolor="#99ffff" width="600px" align="center">
<tr>
<td>
Your Content
</td>
</tr>
</table>

between two pairs of double quotes creates a table, as this one. Such a table, blue or else, may be useful for urgent reminders, pertinent information, important decisions, last minute recalls, titles, and so on ...

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So as to color pink a division in the p@ge, write, at the start of the division, the code:
<div style="background-color: #ffcccc">, between two pairs of double quotes.

bambafox
BambaFox
version03
CC-GNU LGPL
is licensed under
the CC-GNU LGPL.


To end the division, write </div>, between two pairs of double quotes.



-- DjO 11fev2005, 06fev2006, 2007mai31, 2007jun30.


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