- This page is a simplified version of the more detailed page Help:Editing.
Look to the bottom of the page for specific help creating or editing certain types of article.
Bold and Italic
Text is made bold or italic or both by surrounding it in quantities of single quote marks.
|'''''bold and italic'''''||bold and italic|
Headings and Paragraphs
A page can be divided into sections, using the section header syntax. If a page has more than three headings, a table of contents (TOC) is automatically generated from the section headings.
== heading text ==
=== level2 ===
==== level3 ====
===== level4 =====
You have to leave a blank line to start a new paragraph.
Internal wiki links are written in double square brackets. The page does not actually have to exist for you to create a link to it. If the page doesn't exist, the link will show up in red. When the user clicks this link they will be taken to a blank edit page.
|[[Link to another page]]||Link to another page|
|[[Link|different text]]||different text|
There are 3 ways of writing external links. The link must contain the 'http://' bit of the address or will not work.
|[http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk The Student Room]||The Student Room|
Bulleted and Numbered Lists
| * one|
| # one|
Pages are categorised by writing [[Category:Name of Category]] at the bottom of the page, for each category.
Adding Specific Articles Help
- Subject Guide Guide
- GCSE Subject Guide Guide
- A Level Subject Guide Guide
- University Course Guide Guide
- University Guide Guide
- Add a New Career Profile
- Adding Travel Destination Information
- Adding a Recipe