This page describes the wiki markup language used by this kwiki.


Level 1 Heading (H1)

= Level 1 Heading (H1) =

Level 2 Heading (H2)

== Level 2 Heading (H2) ==

Level 3 Heading (H3)

=== Level 3 Heading (H3) ===

Level 4 Heading (H4)

==== Level 4 Heading (H4)

Level 5 Heading (H5)
===== Level 5 Heading (H5)

Level 6 Heading (H6)
====== Level 6 Heading (H6)

The horizontal lines in this page are made with 4 or more dashes:

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Paragraphs are separated by a blank line.

Like this. Another paragraph.

Paragraphs are separated by a blank line.

Like this. Another paragraph.

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]

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

External links begin with http://, like http://www.freepan.org

Forced wiki links are a alphnumeric string surrounded by square brackets.

Forced wiki [links] are a alphnumeric 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]

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 foo@bar.com.

Mailto links are just email addresses like foo@bar.com.

Links to images display the image:

http://www.google.com/images/logo.gif

Unordered lists begin with a '* '. The number of asterisks determines the level:

  • foo
  • bar
    • boom
    • bam
  • baz
* foo
* bar
** boom
** bam
* baz

Ordered lists begin with a '0 ' (zero): 0 foo 0 bar 00 boom 00 bam 0 baz

0 foo
0 bar
00 boom
00 bam
0 baz

You can mix lists too:

  • Today:
    1. Eat icecream
    2. Buy a pony
  • Tommorrow:
    1. Eat more icecream
    2. Buy another pony
* Today:
00 Eat icecream
00 Buy a pony
* Tommorrow:
00 Eat more icecream
00 Buy another pony

Any text that does not begin in the first column is rendered as preformatted text.

foo   bar
 x     y
 1     2

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 
# commented out

Simple Tables:

Dick Jane
height 72" 65"
weight 130lbs 150lbs
|        | Dick   | Jane |
| height | 72"    | 65"  |
| weight | 130lbs | 150lbs |

Tables with multiline or complex data:

<<END <<END

This data has vertical | bars | END

sub foo {

print "I want a kwiki!\n"

} END

foo <<MSG

As you can see we use the Perl heredoc syntax. MSG

| <<END | <<END |
This data has vertical | bars |
END
# This is some Perl code:
sub foo {
    print "I want a kwiki!\n"
}
END
| foo | <<MSG |
As you can see we use
the Perl heredoc syntax.
MSG