= Headings = Note, the line must start and end with an equals sign {{{=}}}. Even a single space at the end of the line will cause it not to work. This: {{{ = Header 1 = == Header 2 == === Header 3 === ==== Header 4 ==== ===== Header 5 ===== ====== Header 6 ====== }}}

Produces: = Header 1 = == Header 2 == === Header 3 === ==== Header 4 ==== ===== Header 5 ===== ====== Header 6 ======

= Horizontal rule = Any line that starts with 4 or more dashes should produce a horizontal rule even if text follows so this:{{{ ---- ----- ------ ------- -------- Between two HRs? ---- Text after pushed to next line}}}

Produces:

Between two HRs? ---- Text after pushed to next line

= Text formatting = This: {{{__underlined__}}} Produces: __underlined__

This: {{{''emphasized''}}} Produces: ''emphasized''

This: {{{'''strong'''}}} Produces: '''strong'''

This: {{{a^2^ + b^2^ = c^2^}}} Produces: a^2^ + b^2^ = c^2^

This: {{{H,,2,,O}}} Produces: H,,2,,O

Mixing like this: {{{'''''Mix''' at the beginning''}}} Produces: '''''Mix''' at the beginning''

Mixing like this: {{{'''''Mix'' in __the middle__ and the beginning'''}}} Produces: '''''Mix'' in __the middle__ and the beginning'''

Interleaved mixing like this: {{{'''Interleaved __mixing''' even works__}}} Produces: '''Interleaved __mixing''' even works__

Mixing inside superscript and subscript like this: {{{F^__super__^ A,,'''sub''',,}}} Doesn't work: F^__super__^ A,,'''sub''',,

But mixing superscript and subscript inside others: {{{__F^super^__ '''A,,sub,,'''}}} Does: __F^super^__ '''A,,sub,,'''

= Lists and Definitions =

This:{{{
  • one bullet * nested to level 2

    • nested to level 3 * nested to level 4
  • second bullet 1. nested numbered list (doesn't work) 2. nested numbered list (doesn't work)

  • third bullet}}}

Produces:
  • one bullet * nested to level 2

    • nested to level 3 * nested to level 4
  • second bullet 1. nested numbered list 2. nested numbered list

  • third bullet

This:{{{
  1. Top-level numbered list
  2. Top-level numbered list
  • nested bullet
  • nested bullet
  1. See if we keep the numbering here!}}}
Produces:
  1. Top-level numbered list
  2. Top-level numbered list
  • nested bullet
  • nested bullet
  1. See if we keep the numbering here!

This:{{{

Term:: a definition Another Term:: another definition, but with ''markup'' :: a definition without a term}}}
Produces:
Term:: a definition Another Term:: another definition, but with ''markup'' :: a definition without a term

But this:{{{ * First bullet without leading space(s) 1. Numbered list without leading space(s) Term/Definition markup:: without leading space(s)}}}

Doesn't work without leading spaces: * First bullet without leading space(s) 1. Numbered list without leading space(s) Term/Definition markup:: without leading space(s)

= Inline code =

Doing this: {{{Inline with braces}}} or this {{{Inline with backticks}}} Produces this: {{{Inline with braces}}} and Inline with backticks.

Putting the braces on different lines runs the code bock the full width, so this:{{{ The following should show up as a full block of inline code <three left braces> c = sqrt(a*a + b*b) <three right braces>}}}

Produces:

The following should show up as a full block of inline code {{{ c = sqrt(a*a + b*b) }}}

Note that I have to use {{{<three left braces>}}} in the code block above because I'm using the inline code block feature to create the example.

= Linking and graphics = In a Wiki page, you use [square brackets]? to create links. When you save the page, the contents of the square bracketed text will have a small __?__ link next to it, which you click to create a new page with that name. This is the primary way to create new pages in a wiki.

This:{{{
http://www.cylab.cmu.edu/images/sm_cylab_logo.jpg
  • Show graphic and make it a link
[http://www.cylab.cmu.edu http://www.cylab.cmu.edu/images/sm_cylab_logo.jpg]?
Produces:
http://www.cylab.cmu.edu/images/sm_cylab_logo.jpg
  • Show graphic and make it a link
[http://www.cylab.cmu.edu http://www.cylab.cmu.edu/images/sm_cylab_logo.jpg]?