Quick reference

This is a quick reference of the wiki syntax you can use in pages. Click on any item to see a more detailed explanation.

+ Level 1 Heading
++ Level 2 Heading
* Bullet items
# Numbered items
> Blockquoted text
//italic text//
**bold text**
=Line is centered
[[<]] Lines are aligned left [[/<]]
[[>]] Lines are aligned right [[/>]]
[[=]] Lines are centered [[/=]]
[[==]] Lines are right-justified [[/==]]
[[size smaller]]smaller text[[/size]]
[[size larger]]larger text[[/size]]
[[code]] lines of source code [[/code]]
[ Text link]
[/category:page Link to page]
[[name-of-page | Link to page]]
---- Horizontal line
[[image :first | attachment | uri ]]
[[image size="medium | small | thumbnail" ]]
[[image link="name-of-page OR url" ]]
[[f<image alt="Float left" ]]
|| Simple table || ~heading || cell ||
[[file attachment | link text]]

Useful links

If you need more help, there are several resources that you are able to use. Your biggest resource is the group of expert Wikidot users that can be found on the forums.

Wikidot Community

Visit the Wikidot Community
Ask for help on the Forum
Read the Community How-To's

Editing pages

Learn how to use the Wikidot editor
Read the Documentation
Read more about Wikidot Syntax
List of modules that you can use
Keyboard shortcuts

Editing the theme

Customise the theme
CSS Layout Reference

Additional support

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