- : at the start of a line indents the line. works like the TAB character
- you can put more than one
- # at the start of each element
- creates an indented
- numbered list
- * indents and places a bullet point
- :#* can be combined, but there is little need
- and it quickly goes wrong
- ::#may be useful for indenting lists within lists
[[test]] creates a link where 'test' is another Wiki article. Articles are all referenced by the titles, so the link for the page called [[UNESCO World Heritage List]] is exactly that. It is case sensitive and red links are either invalid UNESCO World heritage List or link to a page which does not exist (doing it is allowed) and blue links are the opposite UNESCO World Heritage List.
[http://www.131500.com.au/ Transport Infoline] creates a link to an external resource labelled Transport Infoline
'''something''' will make something
''something'' will make something
Multiple whitespace characters are collapsed to a single space, so you can't make nice looking tabbed lists. Single carriage returns are removed, so a blank line must be put between paragraphs. These 4 sentences each start on a new line in the source. Even if you enclose text in <nowiki> tags, it still mucks about with whitespace but doesn't process '''other''' ''formatting''.
Spelling should be US English
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Please feel free to edit any of my Tunisia content, it's been around 5 years since I last set foot in the country! Jpatokal 00:51, 17 Jan 2005 (EST)