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Added sections for manual and auto anchors as this was not addressed
Marc Grober 23:42, 10 August 2008 (CDT)
Where are the edit links at the side. Is this an old MoodleDoc description?
I also double checked many of the commands from this page a standard Moodle wiki. While some work, others need modification and some just don't work. Here are some examples:
What does not work in standard Moodle wiki
- === headings=== does not work in edit mode or in HTML code
- [[links]] needs to be modified to [links] in edit mode
- [links|alternative text] when done like this does work
- : and :: does not work
- * a bullet outlineworks as a HTML code but is different than the tool for this
- # Number outline and ## worksworks as a HTML code but there is tool for this
- Hi Chris, let's not compare editing pages in Moodle Docs with editing pages in a Wiki module activity, as they're completely different! --Helen Foster 12:38, 2 March 2007 (CST)
- I hear you. Another contributor started linking Moodle wiki pages with this help. It has happened before (I think I did this myself a few months ago) so I figure it will happen again and some reasons for "why not" might help. Always willing to accept other views and reverts.--chris collman 13:54, 2 March 2007 (CST)
I am wondering if we might want to add a page on "Page comments", "History", "Watch/unwatch" so it appears in the MoodleDocs template. I think I went off the deep end by adding it to this page ...:) and blush and sorry.--chris collman 13:44, 2 March 2007 (CST)