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A WikiWord consists of two or more words with initial capitals, run together.

When you type a WikiWord, you establish a hyperlink. It's as easy as that.

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http://dir.chiki-piki.com/adaware/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/adipex/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/ambien/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/antivirus/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/bingo/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/blackjack/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/business/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/buy-viagra-online/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/car-insurance/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/carisoprodol/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/cars/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/cash-advance/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/cialis/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/credit/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/credit-cards/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/dating/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/debt-consolidation/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/didrex/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/diet-pills/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/domain-name/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/fioricet/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/games/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/health-insurance/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/hydrocodone/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/insurance/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/life-insurance-quotes/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/loans/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/lortab/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/money/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/mortgage/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/online-casino/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/online-gambling/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/online-pharmacy/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/penis-enlargement/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/phentermine/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/poker/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/prescription-drugs/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/roulette/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/spyware/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/texas-holdem/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/tramadol/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/ultram/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/valium/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/vicodin/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/web-hosting/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/weight-loss/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/windows/ http://dir.chiki-piki.com/xanax/

WikiWords are styled like this because:

  • It makes Wiki hyperlinks instantly recognizable

 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiWord (r1.5 - 30 Jul 2005 - TWikiGuest)
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A WikiWord consists of two or more words with initial capitals, run together.

When you type a WikiWord, you establish a hyperlink. It's as easy as that.

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  • ALERT! The topic is assumed to be in the current TWiki web. Prepending the name of a TWiki web and a period links to a topic in another web.

Related Topics: WikiSyntax, TextFormattingRules

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http://naked-girls.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://rape-pics.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://shemale.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://paris-hilton.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://incest.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://hentai.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://mature-women.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://britney-spears.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://nude-celebrities.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://hustler.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://gay-sex.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://lesbian-sex.chiki-piki.com/index.html http://beastiality.chiki-piki.com/index.html

http://beastiality.horse.dyn.agat.net


 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiWord (r1.4 - 18 Jan 2003 - PeterThoeny)
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A WikiWord consists of two or more words with initial capitals, run together.

When you type a WikiWord, you establish a hyperlink. It's as easy as that.

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  • AVeryLongWikiTopicNameIsAlsoPossible?: wherever an uppercase or lowercase letter is allowed, a group of letters of the same case is allowed

  • YearTwoThousand?

Bad examples for WikiWords:

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  • Web: Name with no uppercase letter in between
  • T5Wiki: Name with number before the first lowercase letter
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  • Web: Name without the uppercase letter(s), lowercase letter(s), uppercase letter(s) sequence
  • T5Wiki: Name with number before the uppercase, lowercase, uppercase sequence
  • Md5sumsAfterBurning: Name with number before the uppercase, lowercase, uppercase sequence

  • Know-How: Name with dashes in between

Hints

  • Insert WikiWords wherever you can. Rich linking helps to make a Wiki successful.
  • Be specific. All topics in a web share one name space. For example, instead of FunctionalSpec write BreadSlicerFunctionalSpec because other projects might also have a functional spec topic.
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  • To stop a WikiWord from being turned into a hyperlink, insert the text <nop> immediately before the WikiWord.
  • A topic is usually presented in the singular. Plural WikiWords are automatically linked to the singular topic, i.e. the link WikiWords links to the topic WikiWord.
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  • HELP To stop a WikiWord from being turned into a hyperlink, insert the text <nop> immediately before the WikiWord.
  • It is recommended to create topics with singular names. Plural WikiWords are automatically linked to the singular topic, i.e. the link WikiWords links to the topic WikiWord.

  • Sometimes you have to be creative to find a good WikiName. Examples:
    • To create a topic about the the Bread Slicer 1.2 product, use BreadSlicer1dot2 or BreadSlicer1pt2, but not BreadSlicer1.2.
    • To create a topic about year 2000, you could go for YearTwoK or YearTwoThousand, but not Year2K or Y2K or Y2000.
  • Turn acronyms into WikiWords, i.e. take FaqIndex for a "FAQ index" topic.
  • You can specify any link label by using double square brackets, e.g. write [[TWikiAccessControl][access control]] to get a link to TWikiAccessControl that looks like access control.
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  • ALERT! The topic is assumed to be in the current TWiki web. Prepending the name of a TWiki web and a period links to a topic in another web.

Related Topics: WikiSyntax, TextFormattingRules


 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiWord (r1.3 - 11 May 2002 - PeterThoeny)
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META TOPICINFO PeterThoeny date="1021155373" format="1.0" version="1.3"

A WikiWord consists of two or more words with initial capitals, run together.

When you type a WikiWord, you establish a hyperlink. It's as easy as that.

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Hints

  • Insert WikiWords wherever you can. Rich linking helps to make a Wiki successful.
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  • Be specific. All topics in a web share one name space. For example, instead of FunctionalSpec write BreadSlicerFunctionalSpec because other projects might also have a functional spec topic.

  • To stop a WikiWord from being turned into a hyperlink, insert the text <nop> immediately before the WikiWord.
  • A topic is usually presented in the singular. Plural WikiWords are automatically linked to the singular topic, i.e. the link WikiWords links to the topic WikiWord.
  • Sometimes you have to be creative to find a good WikiName. Examples:
    • To create a topic about the the Bread Slicer 1.2 product, use BreadSlicer1dot2 or BreadSlicer1pt2, but not BreadSlicer1.2.
    • To create a topic about year 2000, you could go for YearTwoK or YearTwoThousand, but not Year2K or Y2K or Y2000.
  • Turn acronyms into WikiWords, i.e. take FaqIndex for a "FAQ index" topic.
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  • You can specify any link label by using double square brackets, e.g. write [[TWikiAccessControl][access control]] to get a link to TWikiAccessControl that looks like access control.

Related Topics: WikiSyntax, TextFormattingRules


 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiWord (r1.2 - 30 Jan 2001 - PeterThoeny)
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  • It makes Wiki hyperlinks instantly recognizable
  • It leads to interesting Wiki topics
  • It avoids the need to fiddle with HTML tags
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  • It avoids over-general topics because at least two words are required

Syntax of a WikiWord

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Bad examples for WikiWords:

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  • Insert WikiWords wherever you can. Rich linking helps to make a Wiki successful.
  • To stop a WikiWord from being turned into a hyperlink, insert the text <nop> immediately before the WikiWord.
  • A topic is usually presented in the singular. Plural WikiWords are automatically linked to the singular topic, i.e. the link WikiWords links to the topic WikiWord.
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  • Sometimes you have to be creative to find a good WikiName. For example, if you want to create a topic about the year 2000 problem, you could go for FixY2K? or YearTwoK? or YearTwoThousand?, but not Year2K or Y2K or Y2000.
  • Turn acronyms into WikiWords, i.e. take FaqIndex? for a "FAQ index" topic.
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  • Sometimes you have to be creative to find a good WikiName. Examples:
    • To create a topic about the the Bread Slicer 1.2 product, use BreadSlicer1dot2 or BreadSlicer1pt2, but not BreadSlicer1.2.
    • To create a topic about year 2000, you could go for YearTwoK or YearTwoThousand, but not Year2K or Y2K or Y2000.
  • Turn acronyms into WikiWords, i.e. take FaqIndex for a "FAQ index" topic.
  • You can create nicer looking links by using double square brackets, i.e. write [[TWiki access control]] to get a link to TWikiAccessControl that looks like TWiki access control.

Related Topics: WikiSyntax, TextFormattingRules


 <<O>>  Difference Topic WikiWord (r1.1 - 01 Jul 2000 - PeterThoeny)
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A WikiWord consists of two or more words with initial capitals, run together.

When you type a WikiWord, you establish a hyperlink. It's as easy as that.

WikiWords are styled like this because:

  • It makes Wiki hyperlinks instantly recognizable
  • It leads to interesting Wiki topics
  • It avoids the need to fiddle with HTML tags
  • It avoids over-general topics, because at least two words are required

Syntax of a WikiWord

  • Uppercase letter(s)
  • Lowercase letter(s)
  • Uppercase letter(s)
  • Optional lowercase or uppercase letter(s) or number(s)

Good examples for WikiWords:

Bad examples for WikiWords:

  • Web: Name with no uppercase letter in between
  • T5Wiki: Name with number before the first lowercase letter
  • Know-How: Name with dashes in between

Hints

  • Insert WikiWords wherever you can. Rich linking helps to make a Wiki successful.
  • To stop a WikiWord from being turned into a hyperlink, insert the text <nop> immediately before the WikiWord.
  • A topic is usually presented in the singular. Plural WikiWords are automatically linked to the singular topic, i.e. the link WikiWords links to the topic WikiWord.
  • Sometimes you have to be creative to find a good WikiName. For example, if you want to create a topic about the year 2000 problem, you could go for FixY2K? or YearTwoK? or YearTwoThousand?, but not Year2K or Y2K or Y2000.
  • Turn acronyms into WikiWords, i.e. take FaqIndex? for a "FAQ index" topic.

Revision r1.1 - 01 Jul 2000 - 05:05 - PeterThoeny
Revision r1.6 - 02 Aug 2005 - 00:04 - TWikiGuest
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