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EEpedia users create new pages, categories, links, and perform other actions directly on the wiki using special syntax. Wikis such as the EEpedia traditionally use double brackets for this syntax.
Create or Edit a Page
To add or edit articles you have to be an registered user of economic-evolution.net. To register, click on link on the right side of the header. You will be notified by email as soon as your registration is approved.
Once you a logged in as a registerd user, you can create or edit a page by typing the name of the page into Create/Find Page box on your left. To start or edit the page, click on the Edit link on top right just below the header. This will open a window in which you can write or edit the entry.
Create or Link to a Page
This creates a link to a wiki page with the specified title. If the page does not exist, you can create it when you click the link.
For example, if you are writing an article on sandwiches and want to link to or create a page specifically about peanut butter sandwiches you could use the following syntax:
This would link to a page title “Peanut Butter Sandwiches” or it would allow you to create that page when the link is clicked.
Linking to Image or Uploaded File
NOTE:To link a file or image you first have to upload it to the EEpedia using the File Upload link in the navigation menu on your left. After uploading the file or image the EEpedia can automatically give you a file or image’s code. On the article Edit page click on View 10 Most Recent File Uploads. If you need an older file click on Uploaded Files in the navigation and then select file. You’ll see the appropriate code to use to call that file or image.
Creates a link to a file page for an uploaded file.
This creates an <img> tag for an uploaded image.
Placing the following syntax in a article assigns it to the specified category.
If the category does not exist, the category will be created.
For example, to assign an article about peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to a “Sandwiches” category you would use this syntax:
That will automatically assign the article to the Sandwiches category or create it if it does not exist. It will also automatically create a link that displays all articles in the “Sandwiches” category.
Placing the following syntax in a article assigns it to the specified categories.
If one or both of the categories does not exist, they will be created.
For example, to assign an article about peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to a “Sandwiches” category with a “Peanut Butter” subcategory you would use this syntax:
That will automatically assign the article to the “Sandwiches” parent category and a “Peanut Butter” subcategory. If either category does not exist it will be created.
Linking to a Category Page
To create a link to a particular category page, use the following syntax:
Notice the colon at the beginning. The above code will not create a category, but rather display a link to it.
Create a Table of Contents
Instructions for creating a table of contents can be found here Creating Table of Contents.
Styling a Page