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With the help of the extensive wiki syntax and additional buttons in the page's editing mode, it is possible to customise articles. For example, you can set text elements to bold or italic and add headers, links, or formulas.

Wiki article formatting buttons


Certain keyboard characters, such as quotes, apostrophes, equal signs, or asteriks, allow you to format the text of the wiki article. Alternatively, you can also use the usual formatting buttons, which become available when switching to the editing mode of the article.


Formatting buttonsInput with formatting charactersExplanation including an example in the article

'''bold"

''italic''

bold text

italic text

==header text==

This is how you can mark headers (level 2).

* unsorted
* unsorted

# sorted
# sorted
  • unsorted
  • lists
  1. sorted
  2. lists
<math>c = a + b</math>

Using this icon, you can enter mathematical formulas so that the following code


< math >
< mi >&zeta;</ mi > < mo >(</ mo >< mi >s</ mi >< mo >)</ mo >
< mo >=</ mo >
< munderover > < mo >&sum;</ mo > < mrow >< mi >n</ mi >< mo >=</ mo >< mn >1</ mn ></ mrow > < mi >&infin;</ mi > </ munderover >
< mfrac > < mn >1</ mn > < msup >< mi >n</ mi >< mi >s</ mi ></ msup > </ mfrac >
< mo >=</ mo >
< munderover > < mo >&prod;</ mo > < mrow >< mi >p</ mi >< mo >&isin;</ mo >< mn >&primes;</ mn ></ mrow > < mn ></ mn > </ munderover >
< mfrac > < mn >1</ mn > < mrow >< mn >1</ mn >< mo >-</ mo >< msup >< mi >p</ mi >< mrow >< mo >-</ mo >< mi >s</ mi ></ mrow ></ msup ></ mrow > </ mfrac >
< mo >=</ mo >
< mfrac > < mrow > < msup >< mn >e</ mn >< mrow >< mo >-</ mo >< mn >i</ mn >< mn >&pi;</ mn >< mi >s</ mi ></ mrow ></ msup > < mn >&nbsp;</ mn >
< mn >&Gamma;</ mn >< mo >(</ mo >< mn >1</ mn >< mo >-</ mo >< mi >s</ mi >< mo >)</ mo ></ mrow >
< mrow > < mn >2</ mn >< mn >&pi;</ mn >< mn >i</ mn > </ mrow >
</ mfrac >
< munderover > < mo >&int;</ mo > < mi >C</ mi > < mn ></ mn > </ munderover >
< mfrac >
< mrow >< msup >< mi >z</ mi >< mrow >< mi >s</ mi >< mo >-</ mo >< mn >1</ mn ></ mrow ></ msup >< mo >d</ mo >< mi >z</ mi ></ mrow >
< mrow >< msup >< mn >e</ mn >< mi >z</ mi ></ msup >< mo >-</ mo >< mn >1</ mn ></ mrow >
</ mfrac >
< mn >&emsp;</ mn >< mn >&emsp;</ mn >
< mo >(</ mo >< mi >s</ mi >< mo >&isin;</ mo >< mn >&complexes;</ mn > < mo >,</ mo >< mn >&nbsp;</ mn >
< mo >Re</ mo >< mi >s</ mi >< mo >></ mo >< mn >1</ mn >
< mo >)</ mo >
</ math >

becomes this formula:

Clicking on this button will insert a sample text. Adjust the desired formula content. For a reference on mathematical notation, see https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Displaying_a_formula .

[[index]]

Use this button to embed a link to an internal page:

If there already is an article with this title (e.g. Index), you can refer to it from the currently opened article. Just put the title of the article to be referred to in square brackets.

Alternatively, you can also use the button Insert link to display a list of existing articles. By clicking on the title of an article in this list, a link is automatically embedded in the article.

If you wish to use an alternative link text instead of the page name, enter a pipe (|) after the actual link text and then the text to be displayed, e.g. [[index|Home page]]. Further formatting options for links are given in the overview below.

[http://www.bps-system.de/ link text]

Use this button to embed a link to an external page. A sample text will be inserted. Adjust its URL and alternative link text.



<nowiki>enter the unformatted text here</nowiki>With this button, you can display unformatted text.
----This is how you add a horizontal separator.

This button will open the upload function. It allows you to upload files from your computer to the wiki via drag-and-drop.

This button will open a list of all the articles within the wiki. By clicking on an entry, this article will be inserted as a link in the current article.

This button will open a list of all the files uploaded to the wiki. By clicking on an entry, this file will be inserted in the article.

While images are directly displayed in the article, other file formats such as PDF, Word or HTML files will be displayed as a link to download.

To add an image or a file to your article, proceed as follows:

1

Open the wiki article in the editing mode by clicking on the tab Edit article.

 

Upload file
2To add a new file to the wiki, click on Upload file.
3

The upload function opens. Add the desired files here by drag-and-drop or by selecting them from your device.

 

Upload dialogue
4Click on Upload.
5

Then place the mouse or cursor at the position in the article where the file should be integrated.

 

 

Add file
6Click on Add file. A list of files that have already been added to the wiki opens.
7Select the desired file, which will then be added to your article in the wiki syntax. If necessary, you can also use additional Wiki syntax formatting to adjust the file’s size and position.
88. Save your entries.

Images are directly displayed in the article, other file formats such as PDF, Word or HTML files as a download link.


This button will open a list of all wiki categories. By clicking on an entry, this category will be added to the current article.
Information about the creator

~~~

~~~~

Insert three tilde symbols where you want to display the name of the page creator. You can also insert four tilde symbols for a time stamp.
Underline<u>underline</u>This is how you underline words.
Text colour<span style="color:#006400"> text</span>(Colour table: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors)
Line breakdouble Enter or </br>

Only line break, no new paragraph; empty lines create new paragraphs (with larger line spacing)

Right-aligned text<div align="right">right-aligned text</div>Align right
Left-aligned text<div align="left">left-aligned text</div>Align left
Centered text<div align="center">centered text</div>Align centre
Superscripttext<sup>superscript</sup>

Subscript

text<sub>subscript</sub>


Definition list;term: definition of the termTerm: Definition of the term
Indentation without bullet list:indentedType :: for a double indentation
Bullet list

*one

*two

**one-two

**two-two

*three


Bullet list with numbers

#one

#two

##one-two

##two-two

#three


Coloured paragraph<p style="color:red;"> This is a whole paragraph </p>
Background for one or a few words<span style="background-color: yellow;">example</span>
Coloured text + background of a paragraph


<p>Lorem ipsum <span style="background-color: yellow;">Beispiel </span> dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr.</p>

Insert medium[[Media:abc.ogg]]
Add table

{| 
|cell 1
|cell 2
|-
|cell 3
|cell 4
|}

To create a table in the article, you can use brackets and hyphens..

cell 1 cell 2
cell 3 cell 4
Border around table

{| border ="1"
|cell 1
|cell 2
|-
|cell 3
|cell 4
|}


Table (column width (Percent))

{| border = "1"
! width = "10%" |cell 1
! width = "20%"| cell 2
|cell 1
|cell 2
|-
|cell 3
|cell 4
|}

Possible in percent; If a line is started with !, it will be automatically bold and centered
Table (column width (Pixels))

{| border = "1"
! width = "10%" |colum 1
! width = "20%"| colum 2
! width = "40%"| colum 3
|-
|cell 1
|cell 2
|cell 3
|-
|cell 4
|cell 5
|cell 6
|}

Possible in pixels; If a line is started with !, it will be automatically bold and centered

Internal link[[abc]
External linkhttps://www.abc.de
Image description (when hovering the mouse pointer over the image)[[Image:name of the image.jpg|description of the image]
Thumbnail

[[Image:BPS.png|right|thumb]]

[[Image:BPS.png|right|30px|thumb]]

[[Image:name of the image.jpg|thumb|description of the image]]

A thumbnail is indicated by the word thumb. In the article view, the user will see a reduced image. If they click on it, the image will be enlarged to its original or specified size.
Alignment

[[Image:BPS.png|right]]

Enter "left" or "right" after the pipe.
Image size[[Image:BPS.png|120px]]Enter the desired size after the pipe.
Caption[[Image:BPS.png|Das ist das BPS-Logo.]]Enter the desired text after the pipe.

Multiple formats

[[Image:BPS.png|right|30px|thumb|This is the BPS logo.]]Separate multiple formats by a pipe.

 

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