1. Log in above with your user name and password (if you don't have one, email the webmaster).
2. To open an existing page, click on the page title in the left-side index (the “sidebar”).
3. To make changes to the page (“edit”), click the pencil icon at the right.
4. The editing window opens, where you can make your changes or additions to the text. For easy formatting, you may use the icons in the Toolbar above the window. See Formatting with the Toolbar below.
5. Click Preview to review your changes, then click Save to finish. (Don't worry - previous versions are preserved and may be accessed or restored by clicking the clock icon at right.)
6. To create a new page, click on Sitemap at upper right. You will see a list of “page names” (short names used in URLs).
7. Find the page name sidebar in the list, and click to open it. Click the pencil icon to edit.
8. Scroll down to where you want the new page to appear and add it using the same format as the preceding entries in the list. In the example here, “pagename” refers to a shorthand name to be used in the URL, and “Page Title” refers to the actual title of the page you are creating. When finished, Save the sidebar page.
* [[pagename|Page Title]]
9. To finish creating the new page, go to the sidebar on the left and click on the red link for the new page.
10. A new window opens with the notice “This topic does not exist yet.” To create the page,
click the pencil icon at right.
11. A new editing window opens for the new page. Type the Page Title at the top using 5 equal signs on either side as shown, then press Enter twice and begin typing or paste in existing text to create the page. Add a blank line between paragraphs (press Enter twice). Again, click Preview to review your work, and Save to finish.
===== Title =====
Within the edit window, the toolbar helps users formatting their texts without remembering the syntax.
The toolbar buttons work pretty much like the formatting buttons in your favorite word processor. Select a word or phrase and press a button to format the selection. If you click without a selection, a sample text is inserted at the cursor.
Most buttons have shortcuts assigned to them based on the access keys of your browser, usually the accesskeys are: ALT + <Key> or ALT + Shift + <Key> on Windows and CTRL + ⌥ Opt + <Key> on Mac, please refer to the access keys for more details.
Button Key Function
b Bold formatting i Italic formatting u Underlined formatting c Code formatting d Strike-through formatting 8 Same level headline 9 Lower headline 0 Higher headline Select headline 1 Level 1 headline (via 'Select headline' button) 2 Level 2 headline (via 'Select headline' button) 3 Level 3 headline (via 'Select headline' button) 4 Level 4 headline (via 'Select headline' button) 5 Level 5 headline (via 'Select headline' button) l Internal link formatting (launches the Link Wizard) External link formatting - Ordered list item . Unordered list item Horizontal rule Media Selection, includes file/attachment uploader Smiley picker Character picker y Signature (only when logged in)