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A Wiki Name is a word that follows the Link Pattern. Wiki Names are automatically hyperlinked, except when their name is the same as the current page title.

When a question mark appears after a Wiki Name then this means the page has not been defined yet. Then you have two options:
  • Click on the question mark, and you will be able to submit a definition for the page. Click on the Cancel button to get into the view mode of that page.
  • Click on the hyperlinked Wiki Name, which will get you into the view mode of that page. You will then be able to:
    • Click on the pagetitle to see which pages already refer to that Wiki Name.
    • Click on the "Describe this page" link to submit a definition for the page.
    • Choose one of the templates to start editing with.

If you don't want to see a Wiki Name hyperlinked you have several options:
  • Don't smash the words together, simply put spaces between them.
  • Use the C2:SixSingleQuotes sequences. E.g. Wiki'''''Page will result in WikiPage.
  • Use a tilde (~) character in front of the name. E.g. ~WikiPage will result in WikiPage.
  • Use the <nowiki> tag. E.g. <nowiki>WikiPage</nowiki> will result in WikiPage.

If you want to hyperlink the singular form of a Wiki Name that is in the plural form you have two options:

A Wiki Name can appear in the bracketed form. For example: [WikiPage my wiki page] would result in my wiki page which is hyperlinked to Wiki Page. This way of hyperlinking to Wiki Pages is a system option configured by the administrator of this site, so it might not work here.

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Edited March 17, 2002