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Text Formatting

Example of a centered title and APA forced
formatted reference, codes.

**<span style="display: block; font
-
family: 'Times New Roman','serif'; font
-
size: 16px;
text
-
align: center;">References</span>**

<span style="font
-
family: 'Times New
Roman','serif'; font
-
size: 16px;"> Creswell, J. W., &
Clark, V. L. (2006). //Designing and conducting mixed methods research.// London, GB:
Sage </span>

<span style="font
-
family: 'Times New Roman','serif'; font
-
size: 16px;"> <span
style="color: #ffffff;">>
>>></span>Publications, Ltd.</span>


</span>

Paragraph enter

<span style="color: #ffffff;">>>>>

Forced indentation (the #fffff made the > white
so that they would hold the places but not show
up.

**<
span style="display: block; font
-
family:
'Times New
Roman','serif';
font
-
size: 16px
;
text
-
align: center;">

To make the text
centered
,
bold

(must include
the ** at the end of the statement as well), and
size

**<span style="display: block; font
-
family:
'Times New Roman'; font
-
size: 24px; text
-
align: center;"
>
Environmental Health
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of
Students in Grades Four through
Eight
</span>**

Centered and bolded title

<span style="display: block; font
-
family:
'Times New Roman','serif'; font
-
size: 16px;
text
-
align: left;">
Naquin, M., Cole, D.,
Bowers, A., & Walkwitz, E. (2010).
Environmental health knowledge, attitudes,
and


<span style="color:
#ffffff;">>>>></span>
practices of students in
grades four through eight. //Journal of
Research//, 6(2), 45
-
50.
</span>

To do the APA

format, format

The biggest thing is to determine where the
word wrap is going to happen and then “Enter”
to get the next line and then input the code to
indent


Bold

**bold**

bold

Italics

//italics//

italics

Underline

__underline__

underline

Monospaced font

{{monospace}}

monospace

Headings

=heading 1=

==heading 2==

===heading 3===

...etc.

heading 1

heading 2

heading 3

Bulleted lists

* list 1

** list 2

*** list 3

...etc.



list 1

o

list 2



list 3

Numbered lists

# numbered 1

## numbered 2

###
numbered 3

...etc.

1.

numbered 1

1.

numbered 2

1.

numbered 3

Indenting

Or copy the code
below:


<span style="color:
#ffffff;">>>>></span>

> indent 1

>> indent 2

>>> indent 3

...etc.



indent 1

o

indent 2



indent 3

Horizontal line

----


Right
-
to
-
left text

(to format
languages
that read right
-
to
-
left)

[[rtl]]

תירבע הז

...etc.

[[rtl]]

(
Note

that the
[[rtl]]

tags must
be on their own
lines.)

תירבע הז

...
cte
.


When you want to display characters that have other meanings in wikitext, you can escape the
wikitext formatting

by putting double backtick characters on either side of your text. The
backtick shares a key with the tilde.

Escaping

``**escaping**``

**escaping**



Links

Page link

[[PageName]]

Labeled page link

[[PageName|DisplayText]]

Link to page in another wiki

[[WikiName:PageName]]

Labeled link to page in another wiki

[[WikiName:PageName|DisplayText]]

URL

http://some.url

[[http://some.url]]

Labeled URL

[[http://some.url|DisplayText]]

Email

help@wikispaces.com

[[mailto:help@wikispaces.com]]

Labeled email

[[m
ailto:help@wikispaces.org|DisplayText]]

The tags for turning an image into a link are in the section on
images
.



Anchors

Anchors let you link to a particular part of a page. Like
this

link to an anchor at the bottom of
this page.

Place an anchor

[[#AnchorName]]

Link to an anchor

[[PageName#AnchorName|DisplayText]]



Images

Include an image

Include external
image

image:http://
imagelocation
.url

[[image:http://www.wikispaces.co
m/i/l.png]]


Include uploaded
image

image:imagena
me

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png]]


Image attributes

Determine width of
image

width="pixel"

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png
width="80"]]


Determine height of
image

height="pixel
"

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png
height="80"]]


Float the image to
the left and wrap
the text around it

align="left"

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png
align="left"]]


Float the image to
the right and wrap
the text around
it

align="right"

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png
align="right"]]


Center the image in
the middle of the
page or table cell

align="center
"

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png
align="center"]]


Add a caption for
the image

caption="an
image
caption"

[[
image:wikispaces
-
logo.png
caption="This is the Wikispaces
logo"]]


This is the
Wikispaces logo


Make the image a
link to another page
or URL

link="page"

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png
link="home"]]


link="Wiki:Pa
geName"

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png

link="help:home"]]


link="http://
some.url"

[[image:wikispaces
-
logo.png
link="http://help.wikispaces.com
/"]]




Files

[[file:name.txt]]

Just replace
name.txt

with the name of any file you have uploaded to your wiki.



Tables

Table

|| table cell ||
table cell || table cell
||

Table heading cell

||~ heading1 ||~ heading2 ||

Table cell alignment

||= centered ||> right ||

Table column spans (merging columns
together)

|||| spans 2 columns ||

|| col1 || col2 ||

Table row spans (merging rows together)

|| spans 2 rows || row 1 ||

||^ || row 2 ||



Code

[[code]]

This is plaintext.

[[code]]

This is plaintext.

[[code format="php"]]

// hello world

echo "hello world";

exit();

[[code]]

// hello world

echo "hello world";

exit();

Note

that both
[[code]]

tags must be on a line by themselves without leading spaces.



Supported languages



4cs



abap



actionscript



actionscript3



ada



apache (Apache
configuration files)



applescript



apt_sources



asm (x86 Assembler)



asp (Active Server
Pages)



autoconf



autohotkey



autoit

(AutoIt
Window automation
script)



avisynth



bash (Bourne Again
Shell)



basic4gl



bb4w



bf (Brainf**k)



bibtext (BibTeX)



blitzbasic



boo



bnf (BNF: Backus
-
Naur form)



c



gnuplot



groovy



gwbasic



haskell



hicest (HicEst)



hq9plus (HQ9+)



html4strict



icon



idl (Uno IDL)



ini



inno (Inno Script Object
Pascal)



intercal



io



j



java



java5 (Java
programming language,
version 5 syntax)



javascript



jquery



kixtart (KixTart)



klonec (Klone C)



klonecpp (Klone C++)



latex



lb (Liberty Basic)



linoleum



lisp



locobasic (Locomotive


php



pic16



pike



pixelbender



plsql (PL/SQL)



postgresql



povray



powerbuilder



powershell (posh)



progress



prolog



properties



providex (ProvideX)



purebasic (
PureBasic)



python



q (q/kdb+)



qbasic



rsplus (R / S+)



rails



rebol



reg (Microsoft Registry)



robots (Robots.txt)



rpmspec (RPM
Specification File)



ruby



sas



scala



scheme



scilab (SciLab)



cfdg (Context
-
Free
Design Grammar)



cfm (Coldfusion)



chaiscript



cil



clojure



cmake



cobol



cpp

(C++)



cpp
-
qt (C++ (QT)



csharp (C#)



css (Cascading Style
Sheets)



cuesheet



d (D programming
language)



dcs



delphi (Delphi Object
Pascal)



diff



div



dos



dot



ecmascript
(ECMAScript)



eiffel



email (Email (mbox,
eml, RFC format))



erlang



f#



fo (FO (abas
-
ERP))



fortra
n



freebasic



gambas



gdb



genero



genie



gettext



glsl (glSlang)



gml (Game Maker
Language)

Basic)



logtalk



lolcode



lotusformulas (Lotus
Notes @Formulas)



lotusscript (
LotusScript)



lsl2



lscript (LScript)



lua



magicksf



make



mapbasic



matlab



mirc



mmix



modula2



modula3



m68k (Motorola 68000
Assembler)



mxml



mysql (MySQL
-
specific
SQL)



newlisp



oberon2 (Oberon
-
2)



pf (OpenBSD Packet
Filter)



oracle8 (Oracle
-
specific
SQL)



oracle11
(Oracle 11i
SQL)



ocaml (Objective Caml)



oxygene (Oxygene
Delphi Prism)



oz



pascal



pcre



per



perl



perl6



sdlbasic



smalltalk



smarty (Smarty PHP
template language)



sql



systemverilog



t
cl



terraterm (Tera Term
Maco)



text (No highlighting)



thinbasic



tsql (Transact
-
SQL)



typoscript



unicon (Unified Extended
Dialect of Icon)



vala



verilog



vb (Visual Basic)



vbnet (Visual Basic
.NET)



vhdl (VHSICADL, very
high speed integrated
circuit HDL)



vim
(Vim Script)



visualfoxpro



visualprolog



whitespace



whois



winbatch (Windows
Batch Scripting)



xbasic



xorg_conf (X.org
configuration)



xml



z80 (ZiLOG Z80
Assembler)



References (Footnotes)

Add citation

<ref>

...
</ref>

I am making a very important
point, but it needs a
reference.<ref>This is the
reference to back up my
point.</ref>

I am now pointing out something
else, and referencing
it.<ref>This is my second
citation.</ref>


**I'd like my references right
here:**

<re
ferences />

----

Look, text after my references
section!

I am making a very
important point, but it
needs a reference.
[1]

I am now pointing
out something else,
and referencing it.
[2]


I'd like my
references right
here:

1.

This is the
reference to
back up my
point.

2.

This is my
second
citation.



Look, text after my
references section!

Place references

(if you don't use
this tag, references
will appear at the
bottom of the
page)

<references
/>



RSS Feeds

[[rss url="http://source.url/feed"]]


Replace
http://source.url/feed

with the URL of your RSS feed. By default, this will display the
last ten updates as text links, but you can make the following modifications to how your feed will
be displayed:

url

full URL to the feed (required)

title

title text
to display above the feed (or blank for none)

number

how many items to show, default 10

description

to show each item's description text, either "true" or default "false"

date

to show the item date after the title, either "true" or default "false"

author

to show the author of the item after the title, either "true" or default "false"

length

the number of characters to show in the description, max. 250

enclosure

to show each item's media enclosures (audio, video, pictures), either "true" or default

"false"


Here's an example that uses all of these options:

[[rss url="http://feeds.feedburner.com/wikispaces" title="Wikispaces Blog"
number="5" description="true" date="true" author="true" length="80"
enclosure="true"]]


Wikispaces Blog




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Variables

The variables below will let you place dynamic content in your pages. Since pages are
sometimes cached after being created, some items, such as the number of pages i
n the wiki, may
not be updated immediately.



Supported variables

Namespace

Wiki name

{$spacename}

help

Wiki text

{$spacetext}

Help

Wiki description

{$spacedescription}

The Wikispaces Help Wiki

Page Count

{$pagesinspace}

60

Servername

(the hostname of the wiki)

{$servername}

help.wikispaces.com

Server (the url for the main page of the
wiki)

{$server}

http://help.wikispaces.com

License

{$licensename}

No License

License URL

{$licenseurl}


Member Count

{$membersinspace}

4

Organizer
Count

{$organizersinspace}

2

Page

Page Name

{$page}

help.wikitext

Revision count

{$pagerevisions}

1

Full Page Name (alias for
{$spacename}:{$page})

{$fullpagename}

help:help.wikitext

Revision

Editor (Username of the user, or the IP
address of the
guest, who create this
revision)

{$revisioneditor}

csnitzer

Comment

{$revisioncomment}


Revision ID

{$revisionid}

151301835

Revision Dates

Date (In human readable format)

{$revisiondate}

Jul 1, 2010 4:00 pm

Day

{$revisionday}

1

Day (with leading
zero)

{$revisionday2}

01

Month

{$revisionmonth}

7

Year

{$revisionyear}

2010

Timestamp (In
ISO 8601

Format)

{$revisiontimestamp}

2010
-
07
-
01T23:00:53+00:00

Creation

Creator(Username of the user,
or the IP
address of the guest, who created this page)

{$creator}

csnitzer

Comment

{$creationcomment}


Creation Page ID

{$creationid}

151301835

Creation Dates

Date (In human readable format)

{$creationdate}

Jul 1, 2010 4:00 pm

Day

{$creationday}

1

Day (with leading zero)

{$creationday2}

01

Month

{$creationmonth}

7

Year

{$creationyear}

2010

Timestamp (In
ISO 8601

Format)

{$creationtimestamp}

2010
-
07
-
01T23:00:53+00:00



Variable modifiers

Modifiers are used to change the value of the variable into a different format. Modifiers are
separated from the variable name with the pipe (|) character, and can be combined together


for
example,
{$pagename|ignoreinclude|url}
.

Output modifiers

URL
esc
aping

|url

{$server|url}

http%3A%2F%2Fhelp.wikispaces.com

Scope modifiers

Ignore
include

This
modifier
tells the
variable to
return the
value of the
original
page it's on,
even if that
page is
included in
another
page (see
below
).

|ignoreinclude

{$page|ignoreinclude}

Wikitext



Javascript variables

While editing Pages, it is possible to include Javascript inside an Embedded Object.

Several variables can be
accessed from the client side to determine the current state of the
application, as follows:

User/space definition variables

wikispaces_isUserLoggedIn

boolean

set if user has entered valid login information

wikispaces_username

string

set to current
user's login handle

wikispaces_spaceName

string

set to current Space that user is viewing

URL construction variables

wikispaces_method

string

system
-

type of function being performed ( 'view', etc. )

wikispaces_object

string

system

-

type of object being viewed/modified (
'message', etc. )

wikispaces_page

string

set to name of current wikipage

wikispaces_id

string

system
-

object identifier ( for messages )



Contents of Another Wiki Page

The entire contents of one page can be pasted into another with the
[[include]]

tag. This can
be useful in breaking a large page up into smaller, more manageable pieces, or to create reusable
components, like headers and footers. The only required attribut
e of the include tag is the
page

attribute.



Supported includes

Basic page include

[[include page="PAGENAME"]]

Include page with section title

[[include page="PAGENAME" title="Section Title"]]

Include page with direct edit button

[[include
page="PAGENAME" editable="true"]]

Include a list of pages

[[include component="pageList"]]

Include a list of pages with a tag

[[include component="pageList" tag="TAGNAME"]]

Include a tag cloud

[[include component="tagCloud" ]]

Include a discussion page

[[include page="PAGENAME" component="comments"]]

Include a list of links to this page

[[include page="PAGENAME" component="backlinks"]]

Include page from another wiki

[[include page="WIKINAME:PAGENAME"]]



Other Special Tags

Signature

~~~

-

jbyers

Signature with
date

~~~~

-

jbyers

Mar 10, 2005 7:21 pm

Mathematics

(supporting
[[math]]

\
tilde{f}(
\
omega)=
\
int
_{
-

LaTeX math
markup)

\
infty}^{
\
infty} f(t) e^{
-
i
\
omega t}
\
,dt

[[math]]

(
Note

that the
[[math]]

tags must
be on their own lines.)

Embedded
media

[[media

...
]]


Table of
contents, flat

[[toc|flat]]

Text Formatting

|
heading 1

|
Links

|
Anchors

|
Images

|
Files

|
Tables

|
Code

|
References (Footnotes)

|
RS
S Feeds

|
Variables

|
Contents of Another Wiki Page

|
Other Special Tags


Table of
contents

[[toc]]