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Changes between Version 124 and Version 125 of WikiFormatting


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    6 Wiki markup is a core feature in Trac, tightly integrating all the other parts of Trac into a flexible and powerful whole.
    7 
    8 Trac has a built-in small and powerful wiki rendering engine. This wiki engine implements a growing subset of the commands from other popular Wikis, especially [http://moinmo.in/ MoinMoin] and [trac:WikiCreole].
    9 
    10 This page will give you an in-depth explanation of the wiki markup available anywhere WikiFormatting is allowed.
    11 
    12 The sections below provide an overview for the most common syntax, each link in the ''Category'' column will lead you to the more detailed explanation later in this page.
    13 
    14 A few other wiki pages present the advanced features of the Trac wiki markup in more depth:
     6Wiki markup is a core feature in Trac, tightly integrating all the other parts of Trac into a flexible and unified whole.
     7
     8Trac has a built-in powerful wiki rendering engine that implements a subset of the commands from other popular Wikis, such as [http://moinmo.in/ MoinMoin] and [trac:WikiCreole].
     9
     10The sections below provide an overview for the most common syntax, each link in the ''Category'' column leads you to the more detailed explanation later in this page.
     11
     12The following wiki pages present the advanced features of the Trac wiki markup in more depth:
    1513 - TracLinks covers all the possible ways to refer precisely to any Trac resource or parts thereof.
    1614 - WikiPageNames covers the various names a wiki page can take, whether in CamelCase or not.
     
    2826|| `'''bold'''`, `''italic''`, `'''''Wikipedia style'''''` || \
    2927|| '''bold''', ''italic'', '''''Wikipedia style''''' ||
     28|| `**bold**`, `//italic//`, `**//!WikiCreole style//**` || \
     29|| **bold**, //italic//, **//!WikiCreole style//** ||
    3030|| {{{`monospaced (''other markup ignored'')`}}} || \
    3131|| `monospaced (''other markup ignored'')` ||
    32 || `**bold**`, `//italic//`, `**//!WikiCreole style//**` || \
    33 || **bold**, //italic//, **//!WikiCreole style//** ||
    3432|-----------------------------------------------------------
    3533||= [#Headings Headings] =||\
     
    223221 }}}
    224222}}}
    225 {{{#!td style="padding-left: 2em"
    226  {{{#!comment
    227  Note to Editors: ...
    228  }}}
    229 }}}
     223||  ''(comment is shown in edit mode only)''  ||
    230224|-----------------------------------------------------------
    231225||= [#Miscellaneous Miscellaneous] =||\
     
    353347The wiki supports both ordered/numbered and unordered lists.
    354348
    355 Example:
    356349||= Wiki Markup =||= Display =||
    357350{{{#!td
     
    504497
    505498Cell headings can be specified by wrapping the content in a pair of '=' characters.
    506 Note that the '=' characters have to stick to the cell separators, like this:
     499Note that the '=' characters have to stick to the cell separators:
    507500||= Wiki Markup =||= Display =||
    508501{{{#!td
     
    519512}}}
    520513
    521 Finally, specifying an empty cell means that the next non empty cell will span the empty cells. For example:
     514Finally, specifying an empty cell means that the next non empty cell will span the empty cells:
    522515||= Wiki Markup =||= Display =||
    523516{{{#!td
     
    536529}}}
    537530
    538 Note that if the content of a cell "sticks" to one side of the cell and only one, then the text will be aligned on that side. Example:
     531Note that if the content of a cell sticks to one side of the cell and only one, then the text will be aligned on that side:
    539532||= Wiki Markup =||= Display =||
    540533{{{#!td
     
    561554}}}
    562555
    563 If contrary to the example above, the cells in your table contain more text, it might be convenient to spread a table row over multiple lines of markup. The `\` character placed at the end of a line after a cell separator tells Trac to not start a new row for the cells on the next line.
     556If contrary to the example above, the cells in your table contain more text, it might be convenient to spread a table row over multiple lines of markup. The `\` character placed at the end of a line after a cell separator tells Trac to not start a new row for the cells on the next line:
    564557
    565558||= Wiki Markup =||
     
    672665== Setting Anchors
    673666
    674 An anchor, or more correctly speaking, an [http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/struct/links.html#h-12.2.1 anchor name] can be added explicitly at any place in the Wiki page, in order to uniquely identify a position in the document:
     667An anchor, or more correctly speaking, an [http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/struct/links.html#h-12.2.1 anchor name] can be added explicitly at any place in the Wiki page, to uniquely identify a position in the document:
    675668
    676669{{{
     
    678671}}}
    679672
    680 This syntax was chosen to match the format for explicitly naming the header id [#Headings documented above]. For example:
     673This syntax was chosen to match the format for explicitly naming the header id [#Headings documented above]:
    681674{{{
    682675== Long title == #title