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==Adding a wiki==
[[Image:Wiki settting screen.JPG|thumb|Adding a new wiki in Moodle 1.7]]
To create a wiki:
#Click the "Turn editing on" button.
#Select Wiki from the "Add an activity" dropdown menu in the course section where you would like to add the wiki.
#On the Adding a new wiki page, give the wiki a descriptive name.
#In the summary field, describe the purpose of the wiki and what you expect students to contribute.
#Select the wiki type - groups, student or teacher. The wiki type interacts with the groups setting for your course, resulting in 9 options, as shown in the [http://moodle.org/help.php?module=wiki&file=wikitype.html&lang=en type help pop-up].
#Click the "Show Advanced" button (in Moodle 1.8 onwards) to display additional options (see below).
#Select the common module settings (see below).
#Click the "Save changes" button.
== Adding and editing wiki pages ==
After you've created a wiki, it's available for editing. [[Viewing a wiki]] contains information on adding and editing wiki pages.
==Advanced options==
===Print wiki name of every page===
If you select this option, the top of each page will have the name of the wiki.
===HTML mode===
There are three options: No HTML, safe HTML or HTML only. 'No HTML' will display all HTML tags as tags. 'Safe HTML' will allow certain tags to be displayed. 'HTML only' enables the [[HTML editor]] to display in [[Common_acronyms#N_to_Z|WYSIWYG]].
===Allow binary files===
Binary files are graphics, audio, video, and other non-text resources. If you want students to be able to add files as attachments, set this to Yes.
===Wiki auto-linking options===
A new page can be created in the wiki by typing a word using CamelCase i.e. with a capital letter at the beginning and a capital letter somewhere else in the word. It's called CamelCase because the two capital letters resemble a two-humped camel. CamelCase combines all the words for the link into one word. Each word in the link is capitalized. When a word is added in CamelCase, the wiki automatically creates a new page and makes the word a link. You can disable this feature if you wish, so that typing a word enclosed in square brackets is the only way of creating a new page.
CamelCase is not always desirable, as some text is written in it. For example a file name might be MyFile_2007_Feb.jpg.
===Student admin options===
When students can edit a page, you can allow them certain administrative privileges in the wiki (see [[Wiki administration]]).
===Page name===
You may wish to seed the wiki with a page name for the first page.
===Choose an initial page===
This can be the first wiki page that is created, or a way to switch to a different front page. Other files in the same directory as the first wiki page you select will also become part of the initial wiki - see:
==Common module settings==
The [[Common module settings]] section appears in many modules besides wiki.  It sets [[Groups]] interactions levels and the ID number.
==See also==
*[[Wiki permissions]]
[[fr:Ajouter/modifier un wiki]]
[[de:Wiki anlegen]]

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