Quick start

Creating a paragraph using Wiki is quite simple, just start typing. By default, wiki will put your text within <p></p>.

In order to add a new paragraph, live a blank line between text. This will tell the compiler to terminate the first <p> and create a new one. More than one blank line will be treated as one, creating only one paragraph.

If you don't live any space between paragraphs, a <br/> will be used to divide the text, instead of <p></p> blocks.

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HTML Result

Lorem ipsum dolor sit...
<p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit...</p>
Lorem ipsum dolor sit...

...mollit anim id est laborum.
<p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit...</p>
<p>...mollit anim id est laborum.</p>
Lorem ipsum dolor sit...
...mollit anim id est laborum.
<p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit...
<br/>
...mollit anim id est laborum.</p>

Headers

Headers are also easy. Three hyphens followed by the plus sign. One for each header number you want. Headers require to be at the beginning of the line.

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Result

HTML Result

---+Header 1

Header 1

<h1>Header 1</h1>
---++Header 2

Header 2

<h2>Header 2</h2>
---+++Header 3

Header 3

<h3>Header 3</h3>

Typefaces

You can enhance words by using different typefaces. Double asterisk for bold, double underline for oblique and double equal sign for fixed space. Typeface modifiers can appear wherever across the line, spanning among several words.

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Result

HTML Result

**bold**

bold

<b>bold</b>
__italic__

italic

<i>italic</i>
==fixed==

fixed

<code>fixed</code>

Lists

Lists use * or 1 depending on the list type, unordered or ordered. The syntax is simple, for unordered lists type an space, asterisk and space. Then the text. For indented lists, type an extra space before the asterisk. For ordered lists, substitute the asterisk for the number one.

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Result

 * Item 1
 * Item 2
  * Subitem  2.1
 * Item 3
  • Item 1
  • Item 2
    • Subitem 2.1
  • Item 3
 1 Item 1
 1 Item 2
  1 Subitem 2.1
 1 Item 3
  1. Item 1
  2. Item 2
    1. Subitem 2.1
  3. Item 3

Don't forget to use always the number 1 in ordered lists. Will always result in the correct number.

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