Difference between revisions of "Editing help"
m (→Gramar Page Template)
|Line 208:||Line 208:|
Revision as of 13:41, 7 February 2009
Gramar Page Template
On grammar pages, you should use this format:
'''Grammar pattern ''' : This pattern is equivalent to the phrase '''equivalent statement''' ==Conjugation Rule== *Pattern 1 : If there is no [[받침]]. *Pattern 2 : If there is a [[받침]]. ==Conjugation Examples== *Original → After ==Sentence Examples== *Example ==Usage Exceptions== *Example ==Pronunciation== *Special pronunciation rule? ==See Also== *Related topic or grammar [[Category:CATEGORY NAME|WHERE TO SORT]]
Delete any unnecessary sections and modify other things, such as the category.
How to create a new Page
There are several ways to start a new page. These can vary based on the type of page started, as well as the wiki and namespace.
If you (or anyone else) creates a link to an article that doesn't exist yet, the link will be coloured red, like this.
Clicking a red link, will take you to the edit page for the new article. Simply type your text, click save and the new page will be created.
Once the page has been created, the link will change from red to blue (purple for pages you've visited) indicating that the article now exists.
Usually this is the best way to create a new page, because it means that right from the start, the page will be linked from at least one other place on the wiki (and typically you will want to mesh it into other related pages later) If you are creating a new page without creating any link to it, you may need to ask yourself: Does this page really fit in with the topics already covered in the wiki? Also, how are you expecting visitors to find this page? Normally there is no reason to create a page without first creating a red link to it.
You can use the wiki's URL for creating a new page. The URL to an article of the wiki is usually something like this:
If you replace
ARTICLE with the name of the page you wish to create, you will be taken to a blank page which indicates that no article of that name exists yet. Clicking the "edit" page tab at the BOTTOM of the page will take you to the edit page for that article, where you can create the new page by typing your text, and clicking submit.
If you search for a page that doesn't exist (using the search box and 'go' button on the left of the page) then you will be provided with a link to create the new page. (Note that this technique doesn't work if you use the 'search' button).
Don't forget to setup redirects when you create a page. If you think another person may search for the page you've created by using a different name or spelling, please create the proper redirect(s).
How to Link to Another Article or Page
The most frequently used link is the internal link. To add an internal link, enclose the name of the page you want to link to in double square brackets. When you save the page, you'll see the new link pointing to your page. If the page exists already, it is displayed in blue, empty pages are displayed in red. Selflinks to the current page are not transformed in URLs but displayed in bold.
See the table below for more information:
|Description||You type||You get|
|Internal link||[[Main Page]]||Main Page|
|Piped link||[[Main Page|different text]]||different text|
|Anchor link||[[#See also]]||#See also|
|Anchor link at another page||[[Help:Images#See also]]||Help:Images#See also|
|Internal link to image file||[[media:example.jpg]]||media:example.jpg|
|Internal link to pdf file||[[media:example.pdf]]||media:example.pdf|
|mailto link||[mailto:[email protected] email me]||email me|
|redirect||#REDIRECT [[Main Page]]||→ Main Page|
How to add categories
To add an article to a category put the following at the end of the page you are editing...
where NAME is the name of the category you want to add it to. Any number of category tags may be added to the page - the page will be listed in all of them.
You can also specify an additional SORT parameter that dictates where the page will appear, alphabetically, within the category. This is achieved by using the following markup:
So for example, to add this page to the 'Help' category, you would use:
Creating a redirect
To create a redirect, you must start a new page with the name you want to direct from. Do this by typing the desired name into the search box, or straight into the URL (methods described on Help:Starting a new page)
For the text of the new page, enter the following:
where pagename is the name of the page you want to redirect users to.
Posting an Mp3
This site uses the Flashmp3 extention to play mp3s. This site has a 2 mb limit on mp3 uploads, so use a low bitrate.
Plays an uploaded mp3-file called mymp3.mp3.
Plays the remote mp3-file from the URL http://www.somedomain.com/mp3/mymp3.mp3.
Plays the two uploaded files mymp3.mp3 and yourmp3.mp3 one after the other, autostarts playing when the site is loaded and loops the files.
|autostart=yes||The player will automatically open and start to play the track (default value is no)|
|loop=yes||The track will be looped indefinitely (default value is no)|
|bg=0xHHHHHH||Background colour option (where HHHHHH is a valid hexadecimal colour value such as FFFFFF or 009933)|
|leftbg=0xHHHHHH||Left background colour|
|rightbg=0xHHHHHH||Right background colour|
|rightbghover=0xHHHHHH||Right background colour (hover)|
|lefticon=0xHHHHHH||Left icon colour|
|righticon=0xHHHHHH||Right icon colour|
|righticonhover=0xHHHHHH||Right icon colour (hover)|
|loader=0xHHHHHH||Loader bar colour|
|track=0xHHHHHH||Progress track colour|
|border=0xHHHHHH||Progress track border colour|