Help:How To Write in Wiki/Lists

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Here you can learn how to make a list on a page. It is quite easy, you only need to use some simple symbols like a "#" hash , a "*" asterisk, or : and ;, which will translate into numbers, bullets or beautiful tabs. That's simple Wiki for you.

Bullet lists

Bullet lists -- these are made using 1 -- 3 asterisks without spacing at the beginning.

If you want to put sub-bullet points (with 2 asterisks) then there needs to be no gap between the lines.

Examples: Use before sentence/word: Wikitext On Page
One bullet point 1 asterisk
* Point one
  • Point one
Two bullet points 1 asterisk a point
* Point one 
* Point two
  • Point one
  • Point two
Second level bullet point 2 asterisks
* Point one 
* Point two 
** 2nd level point
  • Point one
  • Point two
    • 2nd level point
Third level bullet point 3 asterisks
* Point one 
* Point two 
** 2nd level point 
*** 3rd level point
  • Point one
  • Point two
    • 2nd level point
      • 3rd level point
Back to first level 1 asterisk
* Point one 
* Point two 
** 2nd level point 
*** 3rd level point 
* Point three
  • Point one
  • Point two
    • 2nd level point
      • 3rd level point
  • Point three

Number Lists

Number lists are use the # and are made in a similar way

Examples: Use before sentence/word: Wikitext On Page
Number point 1 One: #
# Item 1
  1. Item 1
Number point 2 One: #
# item 1 
# item 2
  1. item 1
  2. item 2
Sub number 1 Two: ##
# item 1 
# item 2 
## item 2 subitem 1
  1. item 1
  2. item 2
    1. item 2 subitem 1
Sub number 2 Two: ##
# item 1
# item 2 
## item 2 subitem 1 
## item 2 subitem 3
  1. item 1
  2. item 2
    1. item 2 subitem 1
    2. item 2 subitem 3
Back to first level One: #
# item 1 
# item 2 
## item 2 subitem 1 
## item 2 subitem 3 
# item 3 
  1. item 1
  2. item 2
    1. item 2 subitem 1
    2. item 2 subitem 3
  3. item 3
Put in bullet point # with Asterisk: #*
# item 1 
# item 2 
## item 2 subitem 1 
## item 2 subitem 3 
# item 3 
#* item 3 bullet point
  1. item 1
  2. item 2
    1. item 2 subitem 1
    2. item 2 subitem 3
  3. item 3
    • item 3 bullet point

Definitions

Definitions are made by stating a line with a ;

Definitions explained by indenting the line with a : (Note general indentations are made with 1 or more colons)

Examples: Use before sentence/word: Wikitext On Page
Start Definition One: ;
;YWAM
YWAM
Sub list Points: :
;YWAM 
:Youth With a Mission
:Youth With a Meeting
:Young Women after Men
YWAM
Youth With a Mission
Youth With a Meeting
Young Women after Men
Space it Enter and :
;YWAM
:Youth With a Mission
:Youth With a Meeting
:Young Women after Men


:General indentation
YWAM
Youth With a Mission
Youth With a Meeting
Young Women after Men


General indentation
Tabs Three: :::
;YWAM
:Youth With a Mission
:Youth With a Meeting
:Young Women after Men


:General indentation
:::Deeply indented
YWAM
Youth With a Mission
Youth With a Meeting
Young Women after Men


General indentation
Deeply indented