Creating new pages
To create an article, you can:
- start from scratch by clicking from a intra-site link that is not already linked to an article,
- view source code from another article,
- or, copy the source code of predefined templates such as these:
- Template:EventInfo: For creating new event pages.
Editing existing event pages
An existing event page most likely comprises the following sections:
Most of the time, you will only need to edit the Highlights and Media subsections as everything else should have been set up beforehand unless you see any glaring errors in the venue and setlist. You can edit click on the Edit buttons to the right-hand side of the subsection headers to edit a particular subsection, or click on the Edit button on the top-right-hand corner to edit the whole page.
Please see General formatting instructions below for simple examples of how you can format text.
General formatting instructions
For the purpose of this website, some basics you will need to know are:
Two apostrophes each on left and right side of text creates '''italics'''.
Three apostrophes each on left and right side of text creates '''bold'''.
#Hash at the start of a line creates a numbered list.
#Asterisk at the start of a line creates a bullet list.
Level 2 section
== Two equal signs each on the start and end of a line creates a new level 2 section ==
Level 3 section
== Three equal signs each on the start and end of a line creates a new level 3 section ==
For more information, here's list of links that might be useful:
See here to learn how to create hyperlinks.
References and Footnotes
For instructions on how to cite references or make footnotes, see here.
Often, because of variations in character and object names in the games, you may need to redirect the alias links to their intended articles. To do this, you can use either a piped link or a redirect function. The following pages show you how to do it: