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This page is formatted as an example article. It is intended to provide a sample which both content authors and wiki moderators can use for reference when managing the wiki. This is an introductory paragraph, as one would expect to introduce the topic of an article. An introductory statement should make clear to readers the purpose and audience of the article.

Optionally, the introductory paragraph can be followed by a table of contents. The table of contents is generated automatically by simply including a simple wiki markup tag (e.g. {toc} generates the table of contents below). If your article is long or the subject matter is logically broken down into sections, use headings and subheadings which will automatically produce the table of contents.



My Heading

The main Heading format is produced by using the following markup (eg. ===Heading===). Three equal signs on either side of the title generate the proper display, edit control and inclusion in the table of contents.

Subheading

The Subeading format is produced by using four equal signs on either side of the title generate the proper display, edit control and inclusion in the table of contents (eg. ====Subheading====).

Sub-Subheading

The Sub-Subeading format is produced by using five equal signs on either side of the title (eg. =====Sub-Subheading=====). Note that this level of sub-subheading does not provide an edit link.

SubHeading #2

This subheading is provided merely for visual example.


Additional Heading

In this example section we'll reveal some additional formatting help.

Formatting Code Blocks

You can escape an entire section of text to help you represent embedded XML or code by enclosing it in double @ symbols. The code looks like:


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This code was generated by using the double @ symbols to enclose it.

You must remember that there is no word wrap in this foratting.

So new lines must be explicitly created.

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This code was generated by using the double @ symbols to enclose it.
You must remember that there is no word wrap in this foratting.
So new lines must be explicitly created.

Formatting Inline Code

Code inline in your text can be formatted by delimiting text with three brackets (eg. {{{This is my code}}}). This formatting technique will simply render the content in a monospaced font more reminiscent of coding such as this: {This is my code}

Embedding Video

In general, video should be included as links in the external references portion of a given article. However, where appropriate some embedded video may be used. Embedding video content is as simple as enclosing the embed code within brackets which tell the wiki not to intepret the code between them. The video below is produced by:


<nowiki> ...embed code provided by Vimeo... </nowiki>



Author Credit For Republished Works

This section is specifically to credit an original author if they are contributing an content originally posted on another site. For example, reproducing the content of a blog from their own site. This section is formatted by using a predefined macro, so that all credit sections will be formatted consistently.

Using the CreditAuthor Macro

The macro format is as follows: {s:CreditAuthor|url|friendly link name|contributor name}

The macro includes:
  1. URL of the original content
  2. A friendly name for the link destination (eg. page or site name)
  3. The name of the author giving permission.

Fully formatted it would appear something like this: {s:CreditAuthor|http://www.willstrohl.com/Blog/EntryId/102/Suggested-DotNetNuke-Site-Upgrade-Path-s|The Mighty Blog|Will Strohl}

And would produce the Credit section below:
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Related Content

This area is for links local to www.dnnsoftware.com. They may be internal wiki links or links to pages of other relevant content such as the online help system, forum posts, blog posts, forge or other pages as appropriate. Individual items should be bulleted using the asterisk (eg. * item). Internal links should be formatted as relative links, excluding the domain portion of the link (eg. [/tabid/1409/default.aspx|Wiki])



External References

This area is for links which are external to www.dnnsoftware.com. This includes links to related blogs, videos, product information, etc. Individual itmes should be bulleted using the asterisk (eg. * item) and formatted to open a page in a new window by preceeding the link with a caret(^http://) (eg. [http://www.dnnsoftware.com|DNN]). For example:

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