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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.

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.


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

Editing an Article

syntax summary