Talk:Viewing a wiki

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Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 1.9. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version is available here: Viewing a wiki.

Wiki tags

Just a caution. MoodleDocs is a MediaWiki. The standard wiki that comes with Moodle is very different. The Help:editing link is for MoodleDocs and could frustrate new users because some of those features will not work in the Standard Moodle wiki. The "new" wiki that will become part of Moodle sometime in the near future should be different than the current "old" version. Thanks for the edits --chris collman 11:46, 2 March 2007 (CST)

Chris suggestions

Humm, nice content but I am confused about how CameLCase notation relates to viewing. We have the Adding a wiki page, which also contains info on editing. I am not sure what "Viewing a wiki" means. Viewing to me is passive, read only.

The real good unique stuff here are tips about structuring a wiki. I am sure there are more examples out there.

  1. Suggest renaming this page "Wiki tips and tricks" then we can edit accordingly
  2. Maybe we need to change the adding page to the standard "Adding/editing a wiki page" page.
  3. Need to point the reader to either a specific Moodle wiki module format page or the general link I have seen but not visited
  4. I am staying clear of the standard, non-standard versions of a wiki module :) --chris collman 12:23, 6 November 2006 (CST)
Hi Chris, thanks for your comments :-) Adding/editing a wiki is for documentation on how to add/edit a wiki activity and is redirected from mod/wiki/mod. Viewing a wiki is for documentation on how to use the wiki activity i.e. View, Edit, Links, History and is redirected from mod/wiki/view (hence the title containing "View"). Re. wiki tips and tricks, would they be appropriate for the Wiki module page? --Helen Foster 03:38, 7 November 2006 (CST)