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List of Wiki Syntax rules

You can use syntax similar to Trac, MoinMoin. Also read Link formats, Block processor, and Extension/Plugin.

Font Style

You can embed font style by adding marks around both ends of the text string.

  • '''Bold'''
  • ''Italic''
  • '''''Bold+italic'''''
  • __under-line__
  • ~~line through~~
  • ^superscript^
  • ,,subscript,,
  • `fixed pitch`
  • {{{inline ''formatted text''}}}

Each will be expressed as below.

  • Bold
  • Italic
  • Bold+italic
  • under-line
  • line through
  • superscript
  • subscript
  • fixed pitch
  • inline ''formatted text''

All font styles (except inline formatted text) can extend over lines.

'''bold.
Here as well.''' Revert back to original.

-> bold. Here as well. Revert back to original.

Within an inline formatted text using {{{string text}}}, Wiki grammar rules will be invalidated and expressed in fixed pitch. When using `string text`, all the link notations within the string text will be interpreted.

Header

You can create a heading by typing "=" at the beginning of a line, then hit the space bar before you type in your heading. You can place the same number of "=" at the end of the line, but that will be simply ignored.

Also, at the end, if you write a string text right after "#", corresponding ID will be generated.

== Header Level 2
=== Header Level 3
=== Alternate 3 ===
==== Header 4 #header4-sample
==== Alternate 4 === #header4-sample2

Paragraph

By inserting a blank line, you can divide a paragraph. (For HTML, use p element. )

Example:

Paragraph 1

Paragraph 2

Expressed as:

Paragraph 1

Paragraph 2

Force Line Break

By writing [[BR]], you can force line break.

Example:

It's more commonly recommended to divide paragraphs properly rather than to force line breaks. [[BR]]
You can also write in the midst of [[BR]] a line.

Expressed as:

It's more commonly recommended to divide paragraphs properly rather than to force line breaks.
You can also write in the midst of
a line.

List

You can make a list by placing an indent marker which is just a blank space. For markers, you can use * i. a. 1. and so on.

Example:

 * Itemized list
   * The width of indentation is 2.
     If the indentations are aligned vertically, even with a line break,
     the item will continue.
   * The next item.
 1. You can also create a list with number indenting.
 1. Number used as marker will be simply ignored.
   9999. As of now, you can not change the starting number.
 *You need to add a space between a marker and string text.

Expressed as:

  • Itemized list
    • The width of indentation is 2. If the indentations are aligned vertically, even with a line break, the item will continue.
    • The next item.
  1. You can also create a list with number indenting.
  2. Number used as marker will be simply ignored.
    1. As of now, you can not change the starting number.
*You need to add a space between a marker and string text.

Formatted Text Block

If you start a line with "{{{", text from that starting point to "}}}" will be displayed as formatted text. There, all interpretations of Wiki syntax rules are invalidated, and lines within the block will be outputted as HTML pre.

Example:

 {{{
'''All''' the letters in between the brackets
   * will be outputted the way they were typed.
 }}}

Expressed as:

'''All''' the letters in between the brackets
   * will be outputted the way they were typed.

If you specify a name right after "{{{", it will be formatted properly. If you omit the name, it will automatically discriminate. For more details, read block processor.

Example:

 {{{ code ruby
 class OSDN
   def hello
     puts "world :)"
   end
 end
 }}}

Expressed as:

  1. class OSDN
  2. def hello
  3. puts "world :)"
  4. end
  5. end

Quotation

By having ">" at the beginning of a line and hitting the space bar before you type in a string text, you can make a quotation. Nesting levels are expressed accordingly to the number of ">".

Example:

>> Original content
> Someone's comment
Your own text

Expressed as:

Original content

Someone's comment

Your own text

Table

By having "||" at the beginning of a line, you can create a table. You can also draw borders by using "||". You will also need "||" at the end of the line.

Example:

||cell 1||cell 2||cell 3||
||cell 4||cell 5||cell 6||
||It will||not||be divided||
||Even there is||an item||with different||number of cells||

Expressed as:

cell 1cell 2cell 3
cell 4cell 5cell 6
It willnotbe divided
Even there isan itemwith differentnumber of cells

Horizontal Line

By having four or more hyphens at the beginning of a line, like "----", you can make a horizontal line.

Example:

----

Expressed as:


WikiPageNames and URL will be automatically hyperlinked.

Example:

 * FrontPage
 * http://osdn.jp/

Expressed as:

There are also other ways to generate links. For more details, read link syntax.

Escape on Wiki Syntax

Having "!" right before, it will escape.

Example:

!'''It won't become bold. Stop the link to !WikiName.

Expressed as:

'''It won't become bold. Stop the link to WikiName.

Extension/Plugin notation

Things like displaying images inline can be done by using plugins. Read extension notation.