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Pasted here are some of the syntax used throughout the site as a cheat so you don't have to remember them.
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If you add anything to this page be sure and use the "non-parsing tags" so code editors can copy write from the display page without going to the editing screen.
That means around your code you need to put the tags
This tells the coding engine not to parse your code.

Buttons Syntax
[[button edit text="edit"]]
[[button source text="source"]]
[[button print text="print"]]
[[button history text="history"]]
[[button files text="files"]]
these are at the top of many pages as
[[button edit text="edit"]] [[button source text="source"]] [[button print text="print"]] [[button history text="history"]] [[button files text="files"]]

Tabs Syntax
[[tabview]]
[[tab "tab title"]]
[[/tab]]
[[tab "tab title"]]
[[/tab]]
etc for however many tabs followed finally with
[[/tabview]]

Foldable Menus/Boxes Syntax
This is like the foldable menus on the sidebar
[[div class="foldable-list-container"]]
* "Box/Menu Title"
* [[[page | display text]]]
* [[[page | display text]]]
* [[[page | display text]]]
[[/div]]

Inline Formatting

what you type what you get
//italic text// italic text
**bold text** bold text
//**italic and bold**// italic and bold
__underline text__ underline text
--strikethrough text-- strikethrough text
{{teletype (monospaced) text}} teletype (monospaced) text
normal^^superscript^^ normalsuperscript
normal,,subscript,, normalsubscript
[!-- invisible comment --]
[[span style="color:red"]]custom //span// element[[/span]] custom span element
##blue|predefined## or ##44FF88|custom-code## color predefined or custom-code color

Footnotes
Not too many of these yet but they are popular on Wikipedia and such and could be useful to keep screen content better formatted
basically you just add [[footnote]]

[[note]]ex. 1. text 2. image in footnote

David Sikkink is a professor of sociology at the University of Notre Dame [[footnote]] also associated with the Center for the Study of Religion and Society (no picture). [[/footnote]]
Christian Smith is a professor of sociology at the University of Notre Dame[[footnote]] also director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society
[[=image http://csrs.nd.edu/images/Chris_004.jpg ]].[[/footnote]]
[[footnoteblock title="Footnote Section Title at bottom of page"]]
[[/note]]
What you get:

David Sikkink is a professor of sociology at the University of Notre Dame1
Christian Smith is a professor of sociology at the University of Notre Dame2

Images
to insert images use the following code
[[image image-source attribute1="value1" attribute2="value2" ...]]
formore about the attributes and values and other options for inserting images see
[Wikidot.com Syntax on images]

You can include other pages "inside" the pages you create
This is how I put some pages on tabs in a parent page
Also helpful for summarizing different points i.e. an article by an author could have pages from each of the books included.

[[include pagename]]

Links to Attached Files
Two Ways to do this
1 [[file filename]] if attached to this page
[[file /another-page/filename]] if attached to another page
ex. typing: I can link to [[file files/Casanova_1994.doc | Cassanova Notes]] and get: I can link to Cassanova Notes

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