Help/Wikicreole

Phpwiki allows you to use the Wikicreole syntax to edit your wiki pages.

We have implemented most of Wikicreole 1.0 and Wikicreole 1.0 additions. What is implemented is described below.

Complete information about Wikicreole can be found at: http://www.wikicreole.org/

1 - Cheat Sheet from Wikicreole web site

2 - Text formatting

2.1 - Bold

Bold text is made using two stars:

This sentence contains **words in bold**.

This sentence contains words in bold.

2.2 - Italics

Italics text is made using two slashes:

This sentence contains //words in italics//.

This sentence contains words in italics.

2.3 - Underline

Underline text is made using two underscores:

This sentence contains __underlined text__.

This sentence contains underlined text.

2.4 - Monospace

Monospace text is made using two hashes:

This sentence contains ##monospace text##.

This sentence contains monospace text.

2.5 - Superscript

Superscript text is made using two carets:

The XX^^th^^ century.

The XXth century.

2.6 - Subscript

Subscript text is made using two commas:

Water is H,,2,,O.

Water is H2O.

3 - Headers

Headers start on a new line with two or more equal signs (up to six) followed the header text.

Optional equal signs can be put at the end of the line (to be compatible with Mediawiki syntax). They are ignored.

The content of the headers is parsed, allowing for instance to use subscript and superscript text. (The header content parsing is optional in Wikicreole.)

== First level of header (h2 in HTML) ==
=== Second level of header (h3 in HTML) ===
==== Third level of header (h4 in HTML)

4 - Links

4.1 - Simple link

This is a [[link]].

This is a link.

4.2 - Link with alternate text

This is a [[link|link with alternate text]].

This is a link with alternate text.

4.3 - External link (URL)

[[http://www.wikicreole.org]]

http://www.wikicreole.org

4.4 - Raw external link (URL)

http://www.wikicreole.org

http://www.wikicreole.org

4.5 - External link with alternate text

[[http://www.wikicreole.org|Visit the Wikicreole website]]

Visit the Wikicreole website

5 - Paragraphs

Paragraphs are made of text separated by a blank line.

6 - Line breaks

A line break is made with two backslashes.

This is the first line,\\and this is the second.

This is the first line,
and this is the second.

7 - Lists

7.1 - Unordered lists

* Item 1
* Item 2
** Item 2.1
** Item 2.2
* Item 3
  • Item 1
  • Item 2

    • Item 2.1
    • Item 2.2
  • Item 3

7.2 - Ordered lists

# Item 1
# Item 2
## Item 2.1
## Item 2.2
# Item 3
  1. Item 1
  2. Item 2

    1. Item 2.1
    2. Item 2.2
  3. Item 3

8 - Horizontal rule

A horizontal rule is made with four hyphens (or more)

----

9 - Images

A inline image is created with curly brackets. An alternate text can be put after a pipe. If there is none, an empty alternate text will be created.

{{myimage.png}}
{{myimage.png|this is my image}}

10 - Tables

All cells are separated by single pipes. Leading spaces are permitted before the first cell of a row and trailing spaces are permitted at the end of a line. The ending pipe is optional. You can embed links, bold, italics, line breaks, and nowiki in table cells. Equal sign directly following pipe defines a header. Headers can be arranged horizontally or vertically.

|=Heading Col 1 |=Heading Col 2         |
|Cell 1.1       |Two lines\\in Cell 1.2 |
|Cell 2.1       |Cell 2.2               |
Heading Col 1 Heading Col 2
Cell 1.1 Two lines
in Cell 1.2
Cell 2.1 Cell 2.2

11 - Nowiki

Between three opening curly brackets and three closing curly brackets, no wiki markup is interpreted.

//This// does **not** get [[formatted]]
Some examples of markup are: {{{** <i>this</i> ** }}}

Some examples of markup are: ** <i>this</i> **

12 - Escape character

The escape character is the tilde.

It escapes the character immediately following it.

It disables the automatic conversion of the URL immediately following it.

It disables camel case in the word following it.

~http://www.foo.com/

http://www.foo.com/

~CamelCaseLink

CamelCaseLink

13 - Plugins

Plugins use double angle brackets.

<<CurrentTime format="date">>
2019-03-24


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