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Notes for Authors

The Syntax of the Articles

Articles can be written in HTML or in wiki syntax. The syntax is the same as used in WikiMedia (the engine behind Wikipedia)

Articles written in HTML must have the file extension .htm, Wiki articles have .txt.

Wiki articles start with the key word "mediawiki".

The implemented Features

We use examples to describe the features:

Tags Inside a Paragraph

Wiki:

Concurrent non empty lines will be 
collected to one paragraph.

An empty line starts a new paragraph

Result:

Concurrent non empty lines will be collected to one paragraph.

An empty line starts a new paragraph

Tags Inside a Paragraph

Wiki:

'''fat''' and ''italic'' can be combined: '''''fat and italic'''''
<span style="color:red">red</span>, <tt>fix width font</tt>
<small>small <big>big</big> should be used only inside small</small>
<strike>strike</strike>, <ins>ins</ins> and <del>del</del> are more rare.
Note:<br /> makes a newline, <code>code is possible too</code>
<blockquote>A block can be quoted,
</blockquote>
<nowiki>disables the wiki features</nowiki >
<pre> disables the automatic wrapping:
Newlines will be respected.</pre> 
<pre class="myclass" style="border: solid red 1px;">A class and/or 
a style can be defined with pre</pre>

An empty line starts a new paragraph

Result:

fat and italic can be combined: fat and italic

red, fix width font,

small big should be used only inside small.

strike, ins and del are more rare.

a blockquote is possible

Note:
makes a newline, code is possible too

<nowiki>disables the wiki features</nowiki >

 disables the automatic wrapping:
Newlines will be respected.

A class and/or a style can be defined 
with pre

Line blocks

Lineblocks are defined by the first character(s) in the line:

Headlines

Wiki:

==Title==
===Another title===
====The third title====
starts  headlines of different levels. 

Please don't use level 1: This is reserved for the page title.

Result:

Title

Another title

The third title

Lists

Wiki:

* unordered lists start with '*'
** 2nd level
* 1st level to
# unordered lists start with '#'
## 2nd level
# 1st level to
#* You can mix ordered and unordered lists
#*# really!

Result:

  • unordered lists start with '*'
    • 2nd level
  • 1st level to
  1. unordered lists start with '#'
    1. 2nd level
  2. 1st level to
    • You can mix ordered and unordered lists
      1. really!

Indenting

Wiki:

Normal text.
: a paragraph can be indented by a starting colon
:: 2nd level
: 1st level too

Result:

Normal text.

a paragraph can be indented by a starting colon
2nd level
1st level too

Preformatted Text

Wiki:

lines starting with a blank are preformatted lines.
These lines have no wrapping,
the newline will be respected.
It is good for code.

Result:

lines starting with a blank are preformatted lines.
These lines have no wrapping,
the newline will be respected.
It is good for code.

Table

Wiki:

{|
!Date|Name
|-
!2013.12.23||December
|-
|Unknown||Unknown
|}

can be written in second way:

{|
!Date
!Name
|-
!2013.12.23
|December
|-
|Unknown
|Unknown
|}

Result:

Date Name
2013.12.23 December
Unknown Unknown

2nd version:

Date Name
2013.12.23 December
Unknown Unknown

Links

Wiki:

Each URL is automatically a link: http://siduction.org
But you can choose another text: [http://siduction.org Siduction]
It is easy to insert a picture: http:static/logos/siduction_donate_75.png

Result:

Each URL is automatically a link: http://siduction.org

But you can choose another text: Siduction

It is easy to insert a picture: