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BiblicalTraining Library Markup Basics

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!Format

!Description

!Markup Information

!When to Use

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|Linking

|Make a word or phrase into an internal wiki link by using two brackets before and after. Example

|Example |Make the first instance in an article of a word or phrase that you know has an article, or should have an article into an internal wiki link.

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|Italics

|Change text from normal weight to italicised by using two apostrophes before and after the text.

|italicized

|Use to emphasis a word or concept

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|Bold

|Change text from normal weight to bold by using three apostrophes before and after the text.

|bold

|Use to emphasis a word or concept

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|Headers

|Put text into varying levels of headers
 

Header 1

Header 2

Header 3

Header 4



|= Header 1 = == Header 2 == === Header 3 === ==== Header 4 ====



|Use header 1 when...

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|Redirect

|Redirect an article to another article ie "Humble" to "Humility"

|See also ArticleTitle |Use redirects to funnel variants, different tenses and similar concepts to a canonical article. Place the redirect at the top of the article (you can leave the text below for reference).

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