There are some FAQs on creating special documents like FAQs, articles etc.
New wiki pages (in contrast to articles) can be created by inserting a link to them in an existing page. Like this: ((A Page Name)) This will appear with a trailing "?" in the page. When you click on it the page will get created and you can edit the new page. If there's no "top page" or no page you can edit you can use the Quick Edit on the right. Type a new page name in it and hit edit. This will create a new edit page for you, remember to save it or it will be gone after you leave it. The standard wiki name syntax of PageName is shut off, you can use any kind of name (f.i. including whitespace), but you must use ((brackets around them)). And don't forget to categorize the new page (or it won't appear in the simple Categories navigation structure).
You can use Structures to create a navigation and toc for a group of wiki pages. I don't know if everyone will be able to create new structures. Tell me if there are problems.
Internal Links to wiki pages: ((page name)) creates a link to an existing wiki page of that name (or a new page if that name doesn't exist)
Other Links: [http://wiki.virtual-access.org/tiki-view_faq.php?faqId=3|FAQs|nocache] creates an internal link if no wikiword available or an external link
Help on wiki syntax is available when you edit a page. Look at the bottom for "wiki help". This won't be available in articles etc. If you need quick access to the help go the Sandbox. Special note: '' for italic means two single quote marks and not one double quote mark!
Created by: kai
last modification: Sunday 09 of January, 2005 [17:07:13 UTC] by kai