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these formatting rules were copied (and modified) from the UseMod wiki

linking

for the konspire2b wiki, we have decided to disable WikiWords (auto-linking of words that HaveThisKindOfCapitalization).

To make a link, you have to insert double square braces around a piece of text.

eg,

here is a page about [[how to edit]]

here is a page about how to edit

Paragraphs

Leave a blank line between paragraphs.

Emphasis

You create bold and italic text by using a repeated "'" single quote character before and after the text to be emphasised. Use two quotes for italic and three single quotes for bold. eg,

''italic'' '''bold''' '''''bold & italic'''''

italic bold bold & italic

Alternatively use HyperTextMarkupLanguage tags eg

<b>bold</b> <i>italic</i> <b><i>bold and italic</i></b>

bold italic bold and italic

Monospace text

Create monospace text by using a " " space as the first character on a line, eg
 This is text in a monospace font

Alternatively use the HyperTextMarkupLanguage tags eg

<tt>typewriter</tt> <code>code</code>

typewriter code

Indenting

Indent text by using a ":" colon as the first character on a line, eg

:Text

::More text

:::Yet more text

Text
More text
Yet more text

Escaping

Use <nowiki></nowiki> to disable wiki rules within a piece of text, eg:

[[links]] are not linked, '''formatting''' does not occur.
[[links]] are not linked, '''formatting''' does not occur.

Miscellaneous formatting

Use < pre> </ pre> as an alternative method of preserving layout of text, for example for code, eg
< pre>   preserves      spacing    and
lines</ pre>
   preserves      spacing    and
lines

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