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This page has a cheat sheet of the most commonly used Wiki Markup. See Help:Contents and Help:Editing for more details.

Besides writing this syntax, you can use the toolbar above the editing box for some common formatting.

If your Browser supports rich text editing (e.g. newer versions of Safari or FireFox) click the "Rich Editor" button and simply edit visually).


What you Write What You See Explanation
[[Main Page]]
Main Page A link to another Wiki page.
[[Main Page|Label]
Label A link to another Wiki page, with the link name changed
[[Category:Third Party Development]]
(Category listing appears at the top of the page. Puts this page into the category 'Third Party Development'
[[:Category:Third Party Development]]
Category:Third Party Development A link to the page for the category "third party development"
http://www.google.com
http://www.google.com An external URL - automatically turned into a link without special action.
[http://www.google.com Don't Be Evil]
Don't Be Evil An external URL with the link name changed.
[[xpsdk:DataRefs]]
RTENOTITLE A link to an article on the X-Plane SDK Wiki
{{dref | sim/time/total_running_time_sec}}
Template:Dref Link to a dataref on the X-Plane SDK Wiki
''Italics''
Italics Italics are two single quotes around the string.
'''Bold'''
Bold Bold is three single quotes around the string.
A single space
 makes fixed-type.
:A colon makes a block quote.
::Use more than one to indent farther.
A single space
makes fixed-type.
A colon makes a block quote.
Use more than one to indent farther.
Indenting and example strings.
Headings are:
=Top Level Heading=
==Sub-Heading==
Headings are:

Top Level Heading

Sub-Heading

Headings and sub-headings are built by putting = around the string - add more = for even deeper sub-headings.
Lists are done
* Using a * as the first character
* for no numbers
** Two stars for sub-points
Or you can use
# the pound-sign (#)
# to make numbered points.
## You can make sub-numbered points
# like this.
Lists are done
  • Using a * as the first character
  • for no numbers
    • Two stars for sub-points

Or you can use

  1. the pound-sign (#)
  2. to make numbered points.
    1. You can make sub-numbered points
  3. like this.
Ordered and unordered lists are created by prefixing * and #.
[[Image:Plugin.jpg]]
File:Plugin.jpg Images are included by name.
{{#imagelink: Plugin.jpg | xpsdk:DataRefs}}
ImageLink: default image page not specified Clickable images use the #imagelink extension. This only works for internal pages and X-Plane SDK links!
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