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Insert a line break with the `<<BR>>`. This:

{{{
This goes onto the first line<<BR>>This goes onto the second line.
}}}

leads to this:

This goes onto the first line<<BR>>This goes onto the second line
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=== Titles ===

== Lists ==
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{{{
 1. level1-1
 1. level1-2
   1. level2-1
   1. level2-2
 1.#6 level1-3
}}}

leads to this:

 1. level1-1
 1. level1-2
   1. level2-1
   1. level2-1
 1.#6 level1-3

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{{{
 * level1-1
 * level1-2
   * level2-1
   * level2-2
 * level1-3
}}}

leads to this:

 * level1-1
 * level1-2
   * level2-1
   * level2-1
 * level1-3


== Tables ==

== APL Code ==

== Links ==

== Images ==

== Attachments ==

== Table of contents ==

Insert this right after the `= title =` part of your page:

{{{
    <<TableOfContents>>
}}}

HelpOnBasicFormatting

This page contains basic information about MoinMin's formatting capabilities. It covers only a small amount of the formatting features but these are covering about 99% of every-day problem. If you need more detailed information start with HelpOnEditing or HelpOnMoinWikiSyntax.

Basics

White space

Note that white space most of the time is ignored. The only exception is white space at the beginning of a line

Line breaks

Insert a line break with the <<BR>>. This:

This goes onto the first line<<BR>>This goes onto the second line.

leads to this:

This goes onto the first line
This goes onto the second line

Indentation

Titles

Lists

Numbered Lists

 1. level1-1
 1. level1-2
   1. level2-1
   1. level2-2
 1.#6 level1-3

leads to this:

  1. level1-1
  2. level1-2
    1. level2-1
    2. level2-1
  3. level1-3

Bulleted Lists

 * level1-1
 * level1-2
   * level2-1
   * level2-2
 * level1-3

leads to this:

  • level1-1
  • level1-2
    • level2-1
    • level2-1
  • level1-3

Tables

APL Code

Images

Attachments

Table of contents

Insert this right after the = title = part of your page:

    <<TableOfContents>>

HelpOnBasicFormatting (last edited 2014-06-01 06:06:10 by KaiJaeger)