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A path is written in a similar way: <tt>~/some/path/</tt>
A path is written in a similar way: <tt>~/some/path/</tt>
=== Links ===
This is a link to a wiki page: [[Dolphin]]
[[Dolphin|A link with custom text]]
[http://kde.org An external link]

Revision as of 10:54, 3 June 2011

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Section headings

Section headings are created as follows:

== Level 2 ==
=== Level 3 ===
==== Level 4 ====
===== Level 5 =====
====== Level 6 ======
Level 1 is reserved for the page title and should not be used.
The tables of contents is generated from the section headings.

Text formatting?

Examples of italic text, bold text and bold and italic text. See Typographical Guidelines for more information about when to use what.

Application screenshot and description

The dedicated file manager focusing on usability


In running text code is written like this.

The code in this box is inputted by the user
    Indented one tab
            Indented three tabs 
Note that the pipe character | has to be written as {{!}} in the markup

The user would read this in e.g. Konsole
It works in a similar way as the input box above

1 # The input and output box also support syntax highlighting
2 # Initialise common code
3 $preIP = dirname( __FILE__ );
4 require_once( "$preIP/includes/WebStart.php" );


Bulleted lists are preferred whenever possible.

Bulleted lists

  • One
  • Two
    • Two point one
  • Three

Numbered lists

  1. One
  2. Two
    1. Two point one
  3. Three

Definition lists

item 1
definition 1
item 2
definition 2-1
definition 2-2

Intending text

No indent (normal)

First indent
Further indents can cause problems and should not be used

Information, Note, Tip and Warning box

This is general information

Some important information at this point

A helpful piece of advice, something to remember

Take care - this is a dangerous thing to do

Filenames and paths

This is an example of a filename: some_file.txt

A path is written in a similar way: ~/some/path/


This is a link to a wiki page: Dolphin

A link with custom text

An external link

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