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How to Build a Wiki for Your Small Business - Business News Daily

The other code you need to know is wiki markup, which controls the formatting of your wiki's content. Instead of a familiar text formatting toolbar, to change the heading type, font, size and other aspects of your wiki, you'll need to familiarize ...

Necromancer Builds - IGN

This page documents a variety of recommended Necromancer Builds. In order to match these builds, you should enable Elective Mode. For information on the Necromancer's skills, check out the sections on their active and passive skills. See Tips and ...

Microsoft Office Word Editor Add-In for MediaWiki Released Today - groovyPost

Using this plugin you can now use word as the ultimate WYSIWYG Wiki Editor without knowing a drop of Wiki formatting code. Plus, not only can you create new or convert old standard word docx documents into Wiki Markup, but you can also open pretty ...

Wikipedia rolls out VisualEditor, lets you edit without the cumbersome markup - Engadget

Making simple edits to a post on Wikipedia hasn't traditionally been an impossible undertaking, but Wiki markup (the syntax used to add and adjust formatting) wasn't nearly as intuitive as it could have been. And editors dropped like flies as a result ...

How to Create Your Own Wiki - PC Magazine

Wikipedia's own help entry on wiki markup covers it pretty well. For example, linking within a wiki can be pretty simple; put double square brackets around a term like [[Manual of Style]] and that text turns into a link to that page on Wikipedia (if ...

Wiki markup, also known as wikitext language and wikicode, is a lightweight markup language used to write pages at wiki-based websites that is a simplified/alternative/intermediate to HTML. Its purpose is to be converted by wiki software into HTML, which, in turn, is served to web browsers. It was created in 1995 to format pages on the original wiki site, WikiWikiWeb.

Screenshot of the edit window in a Wikipedia article. The <nowiki> tag is used to escape wiki markup and HTML. HTML comments can be seen inside the <!-- --> tags.

Wiki markup, also known as wikitext language and wikicode, is a lightweight markup language used to write pages at wiki-based websites (such as Wikipedia) that is a simplified/alternative/intermediate to HTML. Its purpose is to be converted by wiki software into HTML, which, in turn, is served to web browsers. It was created in 1995 to format pages on the original wiki site, WikiWikiWeb.

There is no commonly accepted standard wikitext language. The grammar, structure, justification, keywords and so on depend on the particular wiki software used on the particular website.

Different Wiki programs may support use of different sets of HTML elements within wikitext. In some cases, permitted HTML elements may be configured by individual wiki sites. MediaWiki supports many common HTML tags.