Wiki Glossary


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{{User Handbook TOC Inline}}
Shows the Table Of Contents. This is the big TOC at the right side of the page, containing a TOC of the whole manual. To give all pages the same look and feel, put this in your page at the position shown.

There will be no edit links on each paragraph available. As far as i can see this is not used throughout the manual and it looks better without anyway.

Makes sure that no TOC will be generated for this page. This is the small TOC which is placed on top of this page, containing only a summary of this page. For almost every page this TOC is not really helping, the pages are too short. For some pages it is very helpfull but only for the longer pages like the FAQ page.

#REDIRECT [[link_to_other_page]]
Insert this in a page to redirect that page immediately to another page.

Some wiki markup

Some text attributes
''Italicized text''
'''Bold text'''
'''''Italicized & Bold text'''''

A * in the first column of a line creates a bulleted list. You can create sub-items by adding an extra *.
* Topic 1
** sub-Topic 2
  • Topic 1
    • sub-Topic 2

A # in the first column of a line creates a numbered list. You can create sub-items by adding an extra #.
# Topic 1
## sub-Topic 2
  1. Topic 1
    1. sub-Topic 2

A "space" in the first column of a line creates a frame around the text.
 Line 1
 line 2
You can also do this with the <pre> en </pre> tag.
  Line 1
  line 2


A ; (semicolon) in the first column starts a new paragraph with highlighted heading
Like this line.
;Like this line.
A : (colon) in the first line
starts a new paragraph - like this - intented.
:starts a new paragraph - like this - intented.


To structure your Wiki-page use headings
Level-1-Heading (DO NOT USE IT IN THIS WIKI !)
= Level 1 Heading =
Level-2-Heading (USE IT for the main page heading)
The level-2 heading of this page is "Wiki Glossary".
== Wiki Glossary ==
A level-3 heading of this chapter is "Headings".
=== Headings ===
and so on ...


Internal Links
[[internal link name]]
[[internal link name|displayed text]]
External Links
[[http://www.url.tld/targetpage.html displayed text]]

Please don't add links to personal websites!

Further information are stored at [].


To use images on your wiki page you have to upload the image file(s) first. An the bottom of the Wiki-page you see a tab-bar. Click on the tab "upload file".
and then fill out the upcoming form (some terms are in German here, sorry):

To display the uploaded images, use the tag
  • name: filename
  • type: 'thumb' / 'thumbnail', 'frame', or 'border'. Causes image to be displayed with specific formatting.
  • location: 'right', 'left', 'center' or 'none'. Determines placement of the image on the page. Defaults to 'right'.
  • size: {width}px or {width}x{height}px, scales the image to be no greater than the given width and height, keeping its aspect ratio.
  • upright: for use only on images that are taller than they are wide. This scales the image differently, considering both width and height instead of only width. A parameter can be added to adjust the size: for instance "upright=1.5" will make the image larger, useful for maps or schematics that need to be larger to be readable.
  • text: Specifies the alt text, title text, or caption for the image.

The upper picture was integrated with:

For further information refer:
Note: It seems that some minor attributes (e.g. thumb) do not work here.

Further help

For futher help concerning the MediaWiki markup language have a look at:

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