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==Adding pages==
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A useful way of adding pages and maintaining a structured contents page (as opposed to the alphabetical '''Page Index''') is to add initial wiki pages from the front page:
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* Click the edit tab on the front page of the wiki
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* Type the desired page title in square brackets on any part of the page e.g. [Surds]
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* Save the page
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The page will now display Surd? with the question mark being a hyperlink to the new empty page. 
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* Click on the question mark and add content to the new page.  The question mark will then disappear.
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==Wiki search==
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Wiki search ignores hyperlinks so it is wise to add a "Keywords:" line which contains the words of the the page title separated by commas, and any other entries that you wish to be found by the search.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:30, 10 September 2006


Adding pages

A useful way of adding pages and maintaining a structured contents page (as opposed to the alphabetical Page Index) is to add initial wiki pages from the front page:

  • Click the edit tab on the front page of the wiki
  • Type the desired page title in square brackets on any part of the page e.g. [Surds]
  • Save the page

The page will now display Surd? with the question mark being a hyperlink to the new empty page.

  • Click on the question mark and add content to the new page. The question mark will then disappear.

Wiki search

Wiki search ignores hyperlinks so it is wise to add a "Keywords:" line which contains the words of the the page title separated by commas, and any other entries that you wish to be found by the search.