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Creole markup should be easy to remember. A measurement for this is the Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two rule. If you group the markup into functional areas, we almost archived that goal (If you count nowiki and preformatted as "advanced", and group horizontal rule to paragraphs we indeed did ;-) ):

1. Emphasis, 2.Lists, 3.Links, 4.Headings, 5.Paragraphs, 6.Images, 7.Tables

Advanced: Nowiki, Placeholder

Cheat Sheet Image#

You can place this cheat sheet as sidebar to an editor, or print it out. Please help us with translating the cheat sheet to other languages. Simply translate creole_cheat_sheet.html(info) and attach it to this page. Thanks!

cheat sheet compact
cheat sheet compact

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Text Formatting Rules #

You can use Creole markup format when editing pages on this site.

Paragraphs are created by simply typing the text. To separate paragraphs, just leave an empty line between them. Line ends will be preserved inside paragraphs. You can use "\\" to force a line break most everywhere.

Emphasis can be marked //like this// or **like this**, to produce italic text or bold text.

Link to a [[wiki page]] will render as wiki page. You can also use [[wiki page|different text]] that will show different text. Web page addresses, like [[http://wikicreole.org|WikiCreole]] can be also used and will display as WikiCreole.

Images are included with {{http://www.wikicreole.org/templates/creole/images/viki.png|WikiCreole Logo}} , the text is displayed when the image cannot be shown. You can put images inside links: [[http://wikicreole.org|{{http://www.wikicreole.org/templates/creole/images/viki.png|WikiCreole Logo}}]].

No markup is in effect if you type text {{{like this}}}, or — when you need several lines — like this:

line 1
line 2
line 3

Headings are created like this:

== Section heading ==
=== Subsection heading ===
==== Subsubsection heading ====

Bullet lists are created like this:

* first item
* second item
** first subitem of second item
* third item

Numbered lists are made like this:

# first item
# second item
## first subitem of second item
# third item

Tables can be made easily:

| first row first column | first row second column |
| second row first column | second row second column |

Horizontal line, like this one

can be used to separate parts of text, you just need to type:

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Kind Attachment Name Size Version Date Modified Author Change note
creole_cheat_sheet.html 3.3 kB 5 26-Jul-2007 11:22 ChuckSmith Force -> Forced
» creole_cheat_sheet.png 8.8 kB 4 07-May-2007 19:12 ChristophSauer
creole_cheat_sheet_french.html 3.7 kB 3 21-Apr-2008 07:47 BigueNique
» creole_cheat_sheet_french.png 9.8 kB 2 21-Apr-2008 07:49 BigueNique
creole_cheat_sheet_german.html 3.4 kB 3 25-Aug-2007 08:06 ChristophSauer
» creole_cheat_sheet_german.png 10.4 kB 3 24-Aug-2007 16:40 ChristophSauer narrower display
creole_cheat_sheet_lithuanian.html 3.6 kB 2 14-May-2008 16:29 natgoo add utf8 charset
creole_cheat_sheet_spanish.html 3.5 kB 1 17-Apr-2008 17:54 AnRa
creole_poster.pdf 149.9 kB 1 26-Jul-2007 11:45 ChuckSmith
creole_poster_de.pdf 157.3 kB 1 28-Aug-2007 10:37 ChuckSmith
whatcreole.pdf 130.2 kB 1 06-Aug-2007 04:01 ChuckSmith
whatcreole_de.pdf 131.7 kB 1 28-Aug-2007 10:36 ChuckSmith
wikicreole1.pdf 141.3 kB 1 06-Aug-2007 03:59 ChuckSmith
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