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It is easy to collaborate; just type your text. You don't need to know HTML at all, though you can use it if you prefer. Links to topics will be created automatically, as long as you follow these simple Text Formatting Rules. TextFormattingFAQ has answers to frequently asked questions about text formatting. This page is available in a pop-up window when in Edit mode.
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It is easy to collaborate: just type in your text. You don't need to know HTML at all, though you can use it if you prefer. Links to topics will be created automatically, as long as you follow these simple Text Formatting Rules. TextFormattingFAQ has answers to frequently asked questions about text formatting. This page is also available as quick reference pop-up window from a link in the Edit screen.
 

Links

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Being able to create links without any formating required is a core TWiki feature, made possible using WikiNames. With the latest version of TWiki linking rules, by adding a few extra symbols, you can have even more powerful linking control.
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Being able to create links without any formatting required is a core TWiki feature, made possible using WikiNames. With the latest version of TWiki linking rules, a simple extension of the syntax provides an new set of flexible linking options.
 
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TWiki Internal Links

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Internal Links

 
  • GoodStyle is a WikiWord that links to the GoodStyle topic located in the current TWiki web.
  • NotExistingYet is a topic waiting to be written. You could create that topic by clicking on the question mark. (Do not create that topic; you would wreck this example!)
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Remote Site Links

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External Links

 
  • http://..., https://..., ftp://... and mailto:...@... are linked automatically.
  • Email addresses like name@domain.com are linked automatically.
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TWiki Plugins

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TWiki Plugins

 
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Plugins offer additional text formatting rules and extend the functionality of TWiki. Currently enabled plugins are:
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Plugins provide additional text formatting rules and can extend the functionality of TWiki into many other areas. Available Plugins are located in the Plugins web. Currently enabled plugins on this site are:
 
  • SpreadSheetPlugin (any TWiki, $Rev: 18078 (02 Sep 2009) $): Add spreadsheet calculation like "$SUM( $ABOVE() )" to TWiki tables and other topic text
  • CommentPlugin (03 Aug 2008, $Rev: 17791 (02 Sep 2009) $): Allows users to quickly post comments to a page without an edit/preview/save cycle
  • EditTablePlugin (4.9.1, $Rev: 18014 (02 Sep 2009) $): Edit TWiki tables using edit fields, date pickers and drop down boxes
  • PreferencesPlugin (TWiki-4.3, $Rev: 18016 (02 Sep 2009) $): Allows editing of preferences using fields predefined in a form
  • SlideShowPlugin (02 Aug 2008, $Rev: 17260 (02 Sep 2009) $): Create web based presentations based on topics with headings.
  • TablePlugin (1.036, $Rev: 17769 (02 Sep 2009) $): Control attributes of tables and sorting of table columns
  • TinyMCEPlugin (03 Aug 2008, $Rev: 18146 (02 Sep 2009) $): Integration of TinyMCE with WysiwygPlugin
  • TwistyPlugin (1.4.12, $Rev: 15653 (19 Nov 2007) $): Twisty section JavaScript library to open/close content dynamically
  • WysiwygPlugin (18 Apr 2009, $Rev: 18083 (02 Sep 2009) $): Translator framework for Wysiwyg editors
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Learn more about plugins in TWikiPlugins and TWikiPreferences.
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Check on current Plugin status and settings for this site in TWikiPreferences.

-- MikeMannix - 30 Aug 2001

 
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