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La edici¨®n sencilla es una de las mayores ventajas de utilizar un wiki. Los usuarios pueden editar p¨¢ginas sin conocer HTML, y a pesar de todo utilizar multitud de las caracter¨ªsticas de formateo de HTML. La mayor¨ªa de las wikis definen un conjunto de reglas de formato para convertir el texto plano en HTML. Algunos wikis (como este mismo) tambi¨¦n permiten algunas "etiquetas" HTML, como <b>, <i>, y <pre> dentro de una p¨¢gina. (Algunos wikis utilizan HTML crudo en lugar de reglas de formato de texto especiales).

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Visi¨®n General

El siguiente texto es una visi¨®n general de las reglas de formato de texto que se utilizan en este wiki, MeatballWiki. Las [reglas de formato de texto] pueden diferir para otros wikis UseMod.

Consulta TextFormattingExamples para ver ejemplos sin el texto de explicaci¨®n. Si deseas probar estas reglas t¨² mismo, puedes editar la p¨¢gina SandBox. Para ver el formato de cualquier p¨¢gina, sigue el enlace "Edit text of this page" (Editar texto de esta p¨¢gina) de la parte inferior de la p¨¢gina. El bot¨®n "Preview" (Vista preliminar) de la p¨¢gina que se est¨¢ editando tambi¨¦n resulta ¨²til para encontrar los errores de formato antes de guardar la p¨¢gina.

The text on this page is PrimarilyPublicDomain


Formateado b¨¢sico de texto:

La mayor parte del texto no necesita ning¨²n cambio especial para el formato de wiki. Estas son algunas de las reglas b¨¢sicas:


El HTML crudo est¨¢ inhabilitado

MeatballWiki no permite el HTML crudo en las p¨¢ginas. Por tanto, el c¨®digo siguiente no producir¨¢ el resultado previsto:

<nowiki><html><a href="http://www.gnu.org/">gnu</a></html> </nowiki>

Resultado:

<html><a href="http://www.gnu.org/">gnu</a></html>

A continuaci¨®n se detallan algunas excepciones a esta regla "no HTML".


Texto en negrita y cursiva:

Para marcar el texto como negrita o cursiva, puedes utilizar las etiquetas <b> e <i> de HTML. Por ejemplo:

Ejemplo de <b>negrita</b>, <i>cursiva</i> y <b><i>negrita y cursiva</i></b>.

Tiene el aspecto siguiente:

Ejemplo de negrita, cursiva y negrita y cursiva.

Toma nota de que UseModWiki (como casi todos los Wikis) procesan las p¨¢ginas l¨ªnea-por-l¨ªnea, as¨ª que si deseas tres l¨ªneas de texto en negritas , necesitar¨¢s poner tres etiquetas <b>...</b> separadas. Tambi¨¦n toma nota de que las etiquetas no cerradas o impares no ser¨¢n removidas de la p¨¢gina.

UseModWiki tambi¨¦n implementa la vieja "comilla de estilo" para formatear texto, que es usada en much¨ªsimos wikis. En breve:

''Dos comillas simples son cursivas'',
'''tres comillas simples son negritas''',
'''''cinco comillas simples son negritas y cursivas.'''''

es mostrado como:

Dos comillas simples son cursivas, tres comillas simples son negritas, cinco comillas simples son negritas y cursivas.

El formato "comilla de estilo" es a menudo confuso, sobre todo si se mezclan varias secciiones en negrita y/o cursiva en una l¨ªnea. Puede que ¨¦ste tipo de formeteo de texto sea eliminado de UseModWiki.


Enlaces Wiki

You can link to a page by removing the spaces between two or more words, and starting each word with a capital letter. For instance, WikiName and TextFormattingExamples are samples of page links.

Non-existing pages, like SampleUndefinedPage?, will be displayed with a question-mark for a link. The question mark link indicates the page doesn't exist yet -- follow the link to create and edit the page. [The sample page used here is a special example page -- you can't define it.]


URL links

Write the URL: http://www.usemod.com/cgi-bin/mb.pl?SandBox

Result: http://www.usemod.com/cgi-bin/mb.pl?SandBox [²ÊÐÅ] [ÍøÂçµçÊÓ] [´úÀí·þÎñÆ÷] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked]¡¡ [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] [link blocked] In nearly all cases trailing punctuation is ignored, so you can safely make links like http://www.usemod.com/, without the trailing comma being part of the link.

If the URL itself is long and ugly, you could use a bracketed link.


Bracketed Links

Just enclose a URL with square brackets, like this: [http://www.yahoo.com/]

Result: [1]

The URL will be replaced with a number. Note that is often considered bad style to replace the name of something (book, author, paper, web site) with the reference in square brackets.

Deprecated Example
You can read more about this in [1].

If you can't read it out loud, don't write it. Use the active voice, instead.

Example
If you are interested in Free Software, check the Philosophy section on the GNU site [1].

Bracketed Links with Custom Text

Just follow the URL inside the square brackets with the text you want to act as the link, like this: [http://www.yahoo.com/ Yahoo Search Engine]

Result: [Yahoo Search Engine]


Inline images:

Write the URL to the image: http://www.usemod.com/wiki.gif

Result:

These file types are recognized: gif, jpg, png, bmp and jpeg


InterWiki links

Check the InterMap (http://usemod.com/intermap.txt). All the prefixes on the intermap can be used to link to pages on other wikis. Just write the prefix, a colon, and the name of the page on the other wiki like this: UseMod:InterWiki

Result: UseMod:InterWiki


ISBN links

Just write the ISBN Number, like this: ISBN 0-471-25311-1

Result: ISBN 0-471-25311-1 (alternate, search)


Avoiding links

If you want to avoid linking, enclose the text with nowiki tags, like this: <nowiki>InterWiki</nowiki>

Result: InterWiki

You can separate links from adjacent text with spaces or the special "" (two double-quotes) delimiter, like this: UseModWiki""s

Result: UseModWikis

The "" delimiter is not displayed -- it is useful for cases like plural forms of page links (such as UseModWikis).


Lists:

Simple lists:

* Text for a bulleted list item.
* Text for another bulleted list item.
* Text for a third bulleted list item.
** Text for second-level list.
*** Text for third level, etc.

...which looks like:

Numbered lists:

# Text for a numbered list item.
# Text for another numbered list item.
# Text for a third numbered list item.
## Text for second-level list.
### Text for third level, etc.

...which looks like:

  1. Text for a numbered list item.
  2. Text for another numbered list item.
  3. Text for a third numbered list item.
    1. Text for second-level list.
      1. Text for third level, etc.

Definition lists

Terms with indented definitions: [without a blank line between term and definition]

;Term One:Definition for One (indented)
;Term Two:Definition for Two (indented)
;Term Three:Definition for Three (indented)
;;Term (indented):Definition (indented two levels)
;;;Term (indented twice):Definition (indented to third level)

...which looks like:

Term One
Definition for One (indented)
Term Two
Definition for Two (indented)
Term Three
Definition for Three (indented)
Term (indented)
Definition (indented two levels)
Term (indented twice)
Definition (indented to third level)


Indented Text:

Simple indented text:

: Paragraph to be indented (quote-block)
:: Paragraph indented more
::: Paragraph indented to third level

...which looks like:

Paragraph to be indented (quote-block)
Paragraph indented more
Paragraph indented to third level


Preformatted Text

Individual lines can be displayed as preformatted (fixed-width or "typewriter"-font) text by placing one or more spaces at the start of the line. Other wiki formatting (like links) will be applied to this kind of preformatted text.

Alternatively, multi-line sections can be marked as pre-formatted text with all other formatting suppressed by surrounding the text section with lines starting with <pre> (to start pre-formatted text), and </pre> (to end preformatted text). The <pre> and </pre> tags are not displayed. Wiki links and other formatting is not done within a <pre> formatted section. (If you want wiki formatting, use spaces at the start of the line instead of the <pre> and </pre> tags.)

For instance:

Pre-formatted section here.  No other link
   or format processing
is done on pre-formatted sections.
For instance, UseModWiki is not a link here, and '''this is not bold'''.

and:

   This is the starting-spaces version of
   preformatted text.  Note that links like
   UseModWiki still work and bolding works.



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