Text Formatting Rules
- Don't indent paragraphs.
- Words wrap and fill as needed.
- Use blank lines as separators.
- ---- Four or more minus signs make a horizontal rule.
- %%% makes a linebreak (in headings and lists too).
- %%%% makes a "clear=all" linebreak, forcing text below a diagram.
- Indent with one or more ">"
- In order to use preformatted text use "space" as the first character of a line (monospace font):
This is preformatted text using a monospace font.
This is not.
This is a level 1 indentation.
And this is a level 2 indentation.
- * at the start of a line for first level
- ** for second level, etc.
- Use * for bullet lists, # for numbered lists (mix at will)
- ;Term:def Definition for definition lists
- One line for each item
- Other leading whitespace signals preformatted text, changes font.
- '====' at the start of a line makes a small heading.
- '===' at the start of a line makes a medium heading.
- '==' at the start of a line makes a large heading.
- Use doubled single-quotes ('') for emphasis (italics).
- Use doubled underscore (__) for strong emphasis (bold).
- Emphasis can be used multiple times within a line, but cannot cross line boundaries.
- Hyperlinks to other pages can be made by JoinCapitalizedWords? - a single word can be used by enclosing it in square brackets: [Go].
- It is easier for readers if you use an alternative way to write hyperlinks: put them into square brackets - you can then use space to separate the words, e.g. [join capitalized words] is the same as JoinCapitalizedWords? (see Wiki Name for complete description).
- You can suppress linking to references by preceding the word with a '!', e.g. NotLinkedAsWikiName, http://not.linked.to/.
- Also, precede URLs with "http:", "ftp:" or "mailto:" to create links automatically as in: http://gtl.jeudego.org/.
- URLs ending with .png,.gif,.jpg are inlined if put in square brackets.
- It is possible to give your link a different name by using square brackets and '|' like this: [Go Teaching Ladder|http://gtl.jeudego.org/] produces: Go Teaching Ladder.
- Footnotes: create links to footnotes with [#1] or any other number (i.e. square brackets + hash + number), and precede the footnote itself with  (i.e. square brackets + number).
- Don't bother.
- < and > and & are themselves.
Diagram lines start with "$$ ". The first line is the title line.
- White stone: O, marked with circle: W, marked with square: @
- Black stone: X, marked with circle; B, marked with square: #
- Empty point: ., marked with circle; C, marked with square: S
- Use a-z (lowercase) for letters, use 1-9 for numbers on stones.
- In title line: $$B makes 1 a black stone, $$W makes 1 a white stone
- -, |, + can be used as borders.
- All diagrams are also available as SGF file?s - you can download these by clicking on the diagram graphic.
You can also refer to moves with images like " is good" by writing "B3 is good"
Read more about it in How Diagrams Work?.
How Paths Work? explains the [<SomePageName] construction.
You may follow some SL Conventions? but they are less important than your ideas and insights.