How To Edit Pages - Quickstart

How to Edit

If you are allowed to edit pages in this Site, simply click on edit button at the bottom of the page. This will open an editor with a toolbar pallette with options.

Linking Pages

To create a link to a page, use syntax: [[[page name]]] or [[[page name | text to display]]]. When you view the page, if a link points to a page that exists, it will be in this color. Otherwise, it will be in this color.

Creating Pages

If a page that is linked-to does not exist, you may click on it, and then click on the "create page" link. Otherwise, you can create a page by typing its name into the text field under "Add a new page" in the sidebar, and then either typing Enter or clicking the "new page" button.

When creating a new page, you will see a dropdown list named "Initial content". For most pages, choose "default", which will add the code that will allow the page to be marked as "draft" as well as the note for lore requirements.

Marking a Page as Draft

To add the Draft notice, add the keyword draft on the page. To remove the notice, remove the keyword—there is no need to edit the page.

If a page does not have the standard code installed, copy the source from this page (note: you will need to click on "options" and then "view source" to see the contents that you need to insert.)

Adding Lore Pre-requisites

To add the lore pre-requisites, you should see a block of code at the top of the page that includes:

[[include system:reqs lores =
* **XX-Yyyyy/N**

If not, then see the previous topic on draft notices to see how you can find and copy the current default template (this is better than copying the above, if it changes and this help file is not updated).

To add the first lore, replace the **XX-Yyyyy/N** with the lore you wish. For the second and following lores, if any, simply copy and paste the first line into a new line, and make the appropriate substitutions.

More Help

Although creating and editing pages is easy, there are a lot more options that allows creating powerful sites. Please visit Documentation pages to learn more.