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Edit any page to see how it is marked-up. (just like "view-source" in your browser). For a starting list of what you can do, see the Help:Syntax Summary

alt-s saves, alt-e edits, alt-t goes to the discussion page for the page your are viewing (t is for "talk). more Keyboard Shortcuts. On a mac, use ctrl instead of alt.


How can we add categories?

Just add a new [[Category:Something]] tag to the bottom of a page. (It might not show up in the category list until you add a blurb on the category page.) (or add an article to the category)

How can we add Articles to Categories?

Add [[Category:Book Reviews]] to the bottom of the page you want to categorize (the article).

How to Create a new Article:

Anyone, including you, can write for sasCommunity! Just type a title in the box below, click "Create article", and start writing:



another way

Type in a URL in your browser, and you'll be directed to the Edit page.

The URL will determine the page title. http://dev.sascommunity.org/wiki/NewPage

If you want spaces in the page title (nice for readablility in the Category lists), use underscores in the URL.


another way

  1. Create a link to the new page from somewhere: [[New_Article]]
  2. follow the link and edit away.


Images

External images can be included by putting a space, the url to the image, and followed with a space.


Editing an Article

syntax summary