Difference: TextFormattingRules (14 vs. 15)

Revision 152001-03-02 - PeterThoeny

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At least three dashes at the beginning of a line, followed by plus signs and the heading text. One plus creates a level 1 heading (most important), two pluses a level 2 heading; the maximum is level 6. Note: A Table of Content can be created automatically with the %TOC% variable, see TWikiVariables.
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Sushi

Maguro

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Words get bold by enclosing them in * asterisks.
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At least four dashes at the beginning of a line.
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At least three dashes at the beginning of a line.
 

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Create a link where you can specify the link text and the link reference separately, using nested square brackets like [[text][reference]]. Internal link references (i.e. WikiSyntax) and external link references (i.e. http://TWiki.org/) are supported. The same Forced Links rules apply for internal link references. Anchor names can be added as well, like [[go home][WebHome@MyAnchor]] and [[Yahoo!][http://www.yahoo.com/#somewhere]].
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Create a link where you can specify the link text and the link reference separately, using nested square brackets like [[reference][text]]. Internal link references (i.e. WikiSyntax) and external link references (i.e. http://TWiki.org/) are supported. The same Forced Links rules apply for internal link references. Anchor names can be added as well, like [[WebHome#MyAnchor][go home]] and [[http://www.yahoo.com/#somewhere][Yahoo!]].
 

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WikiSyntax
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http://gnu.org
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GNU
 
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GNU
 
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You can define a link reference inside a TWiki topic (called an anchor name) and link to that. To define an anchor write @AnchorName at the beginning of a line. The anchor name must be a WikiWord. To link to an anchor name use the [[MyTopic@MyAnchor]] syntax. You can omit the topic name if you want to link within the same topic.
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You can define a link reference inside a TWiki topic (called an anchor name) and link to that. To define an anchor write #AnchorName at the beginning of a line. The anchor name must be a WikiWord. To link to an anchor name use the [[MyTopic#MyAnchor]] syntax. You can omit the topic name if you want to link within the same topic.
 

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WebHome@NotThere
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@MyAnchor To here
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@MyAnchor To here
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