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= Level 1 Heading (H1)
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== Level 2 Heading (H2)
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The horizontal lines in this page are made with 4 or more dashes:
Partial horizontal lines, depending upon the Wiki stylesheet in use, can be emulated with a string of * bolded —.
Paragraphs are separated by a blank line.
Like this. Another paragraph.
Paragraphs are separated by a blank line.
Paragraphs can be first-line indented without invoking fixed pre text with the use of space glyphs, preceeded by a text-directional indicator, ‎ usually:
Use   widest, for distinctive first-line indent.
Use   narrower, useful, but not as distinctive.
Using should be for a non-breaking   but it probably doesn't work, as you probably can see.
Multiple will indent the raw and view-source views, but not the paragraph or line.
As compared to non-indented. The   and [=&]thinsp;can also be handy in more closely aligning preformatted text areas when odd width glyphs are also used, such as some extra-wide dingbat-ish symbols: Ⅷ (VIII connected), Ⅻ (XII connected), ⌨ (keyboard), ⁂ (asterisk triangle), ǋ (Nj ligature), etc.
Bold text, italic text, and underscore text.
*Bold text*, /italic text/, and _underscore text_.
Combination of bold and italics
/*Combination of bold and italics*/
. Inline code like /etc/passwd or CGI::Kwiki
Inline code like [=/etc/passwd] or [=CGI::Kwiki]
Hint: If _[ Preview ]_shows unintentional strikethrough text, because of use of a simple ASCII dash within the paragraph, substitute the “–” ([=&]ndash;) or “−” ([=&]minus;) for the unintended strikethrough start, depending upon the contextual meaning of the dash.
WikiLinks are formed by two or more words in camel-case.
WikiLinks are formed by two or more words in /camel-case/.
External links begin with http://, like http://www.freepan.org
On some cases links can appear as < spam://.>* This means that you entered an address that is not whitelisted. Wait for an admin to whitelist it.
Forced wiki links are a alphanumeric string surrounded by square brackets.
Forced wiki [links] are a alphanumeric string surrounded by square brackets.
Named http links have text with an http: link inside, like FreePAN Site
Named http links have text with an http:// link inside, like [FreePAN http://www.freepan.org Site]
It is also possible to use named WikiLinks which can be helpful if a page is renamed (note that this technique is not supported by Wikiwyg 0.12):
Sometimes WordsShouldNotMakeAWikiLink so put a '!' beforehand.
Sometimes !WordsShouldNotMakeAWikiLink so put a '!' beforehand.
Same thing with http://foobar.com
Same thing with !http://foobar.com
Mailto links are just email addresses like mailto: mailto: mailto: mailto: mailto: mailto: mailto: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mailto links are just email addresses like email@example.com.
Links to images display the image:
Hint: Outlinked images such as the above will NOT display in a properly secured browser. That setting destroys Map Quest (AOL), too, but not Google Maps. On the other hand, on-site ones like should display just fine.
On the other hand, on-site ones like
Links to images with square-bracketed display text: display the display text as a link.
Links to images with square-bracketed display text:
Unordered lists begin with a '* '. The number of asterisks determines the level, and the installed stylesheet determines the actual bullets used:
Hint: “• Bulleted items” can be referred to in text by using the • glyph.
Ordered lists begin with a '0 ' (zero):
You can mix lists too:
This feature no longer works correctly in Kwiki >0.31. Notice that this produces two unordered lists at the top level, instead of one. – MattHoward
Any text that does not begin in the first column is rendered as preformatted text.
As seen above in the hint about paragraph indention, use of ‎  can be used to indent-first a paragraph, even if it's not specified in the stylesheet for the Kwiki.
You can comment out wiki-text with '# ' at the beginning of a line. This will make the text an html comment:
# These lines have been
⌗ The U+2317 hash can be used to indicate a # in the first position of a non-preformatted line. (⌗ == ⌗), or a normal #
# can be preceeded with an ‎ to subvert the comment processing.
| | Dick | Jane |
NOTE - Do not leave any trailing whitespaces - they cause all kinds of strange formatting errors ( RajendraGokhale).
However, headings can be bolded, and even spaced-over, with [=&]emsp;, [=&]ensp;, and/or [=&]thinsp;
But, as of v0.38, there is no way to right-justify nor center either for all text or table cells. Don't be tricked into using the [=&]rlm;:
This is Right-to-Left text rendering, using the above RLM meta-glyph. It doesn't truly work as expected, as you can see, and can make the text quite confusing, and very difficult to edit.
Also, combining עברי or فارسى in a table can make the table break on edit, whether Wikiwyg or action=edit.
Inline HTML is escaped.
<hr> <bold>No?</bold> <i>Yes?</i> <hr/>
Renders as: <hr> <bold>No?</bold> <i>Yes?< i> <hr >
Notice the ' `/` ' character in the tags is being rendered as italic markers.