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Here's a list of HTML tags, some common and others quite obscure, that you may find useful in editing a Wiki subject.
Bolding < b >Bolding< /b >
Italics < i >Italics< /i >
Strikethru < s >Strikethru< /s >
Preventing AutoLinking of Camel Caps for a word or phrase, for example: AutoLinking of CamelCaps (< ig > AutoLinking of Camel Caps < /ig >) or use the < code > tag like this: AutoLinking of CamelCaps.
Ordered (numbered) List < ol > < /ol >
Unordered (Bulleted) List < ul > < /ul >
List items within either type of list < li > [< /li >]

Note that lists can be nested. e.g.

< ul >
  < li >First Item
  < li >Second Item
  < ul >
    < li >First sub-item for second item
    < li >Second sub-item for second item
  < /ul >
  < li >Third item
< /ul >

Produces Doing the same with < ol > instead of < ul > produces
  1. First Item
  2. Second Item
    1. First sub-item for second item
    2. Second sub-item for second item
  3. Third item

Make a back button:
like this: < INPUT TYPE="Button" VALUE="Back" onclick="history.go(-1)" >
or a simple back link: back
like this: < a href="javascript:history.go(-1)" > back < /a >
Contributors: Randy Bosma, Andrew Coates
Also see: Wiki Forcing Links Wiki Book Marks
Category Learning Wiki Category Wiki Basics
( Topic last updated: 2006.07.11 03:54:27 PM )