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In the Wiki do not use http-URLs, but WikiNames.

  • WikiWiki, Hawaii dilinde 'hızlı' demektir.

  • Kullanıcı ismi olarak bir WikiAdı kullanmalısınız (AdSoyad)

  • KullanıcıAyarları'ndan dil ayarınızı "Türkçe" seçerseni e-postalarınız da Türkçe olur.

  • KullanıcıAyarları'ndan hızlı erişim bağlantıları tanımlayabilirsiniz.

  • Click on UserPreferences to create a user account and to activate other functions.

  • On UserPreferences you can use regular expressions for bookmarked pages; with ".*" you can bookmark all pages.

  • Images will be added automatically when you insert an URL (or an attachment) to an image.
  • Write the WikiName ALWAYS in singular. Otherwise several pages to one topic will be created!

  • The use of a Category helps to organize the information.

  • By setting a bookmark on RecentChanges you can see easily what has changed since your last visit.

  • Email-addresses and avoiding Spam: [[MailTo(Firstname DOT Lastname AT example DOT net)]].

  • A WikiName is a word composed from one or several words beginning with an upper case character.

  • WantedPages shows WikiNames where currently no page exists.

  • Set in the browser or in the UserPreferences the language to "English" when the Wiki menus and Help will be in English!

  • In your UserPreferences you can define your own CSS (any URL) in case the default one is not OK for you.

  • In UserPreferences you can set the size of the editor window.

  • In the Wiki do not use http-URLs, but WikiNames.

  • Do not create very small pages for sub topics in case you can describe it sufficiently on a fitting and existing page.
  • Click on the page title: You will get a list of all pages that are linked to it via their WikiName.

  • You can use Umlauts (öäüÖÄÜ) on Wiki pages and in the page name.
  • You can set other pages than the FrontPage as your personal start page, e.g. RecentChanges or your own homepage.

  • With ! you can avoid that a following WikiName will become a link if you don't want that.

  • With attachment:myfile.txt you can create a link to an attachment (and use the link to upload the attachment).

  • With "Check Spelling" you can initiate a spellcheck. Important: Only add unknown words when you are 100% sure that they are spelled correctly.

  • With "Add Link" you can add the current page to your list of quick links.

  • With "Info" you can look at the revision history of the current page.

  • With "Subscribe" you can be informed about changes on the current page via Email.

  • "@SIG@ yazarak bir yazıyı imzalayabilirsiniz. (Önizleme de görünmez)

  • With CategoryCategory you get an overview of the available categories.

  • Be brave and add content to the Wiki - you can't destroy something, because from all pages a backup is automatically created!
  • OrphanedPages shows pages which are not referenced by a WikiName from any page.

  • Simply add a web address (http://www.example.net). The Wiki will create automatically a link that you can click.

  • Wikis are great - especially when you have read the help pages (see HelpContents). ;-)

  • Hint: you can search for multiple words, just like Google. See also HelpOnSearching.

  • Edit the FortuneCookies page to display randomly selected wisdom on a page where the [[RandomQuote()]] macro is included.