From EZ-Flash Wiki
Basic guide to WIKI format.
A fair bit can be accomplished with the buttons above the text (internal links bold writing etc) but some of the features not available, this section is intended to help you with the syntax needed to possibly present your article better.
These give rise to the contents list you will see at the top of some of the articles including this one (generally the larger ones or ones with many sections).
To do this put an equals sign (=) around either side of your headline e.g. =some important section=.
To make secondary headlines put two equals signs about either side e.g ==subsection==.
Should you put three equals signs you will create a subsection within the subsection and so on (generally it does not serve to go beyond three levels of headline).
This can be accompished by the buttons up top but it is often easier to put a [[ and a ]] either side of the link when you are writing an article.
You may also see internal articles linked with something other than there name e.g. on this wiki when a passme device is mentioned it is often linked to the article for EZPass (the EZTeams commercial version) as the EZPass article contains the relevant data for passme devices. To achieve this a | is used after the [[(some article) and before the ]] e.g "[["internal link"|"Some text"]]" becomes "Some text" linked to article entititled "internal link".
The internal links are case sensitive i.e if you used [[FlAShme]] it would not link to the article entitled Flashme.
The Special:Allpages page can be used to find the correct name.
Should you wish to link to a category you will have to put a : in the front of the link e.g [[:Category:Terms|Defintion of terms used]], note once again the vertical line can be used.
This is done by adding a single [ and wrapping it with a ], you may once again see links with just a word or two with those linked eg a link to "http://www.sosuke.com/ezflash/" but with the viewer seeing "this site" to do this simply put a space after the the http link (must have http:// part) and then add the this site or whatever you feel describes it before closing with a single ]
You can add articles to a category by putting a [[Category:(the catergory you think it belongs in)]] in the artcle at the bottom of the page.
Should you wish to write an article for the wiki the easiest way is to type the name of the article you wish to write in the address bar after / following the index.php and press enter.
For instance if you wished to write an article called ASD you would take the link from the main page http://www.sosuke.com/ezflash/wiki/index.php/Main_Page take away the Main_Page part to leave http://www.sosuke.com/ezflash/wiki/index.php/ and then add ASD where the main page was and press enter http://www.sosuke.com/ezflash/wiki/index.php/ASD followed by enter.
If you are writing/editing an article and you link to an article not already written (or you make a mistake in linking/forget about the correct case) then the link will appear in red and whomever should follow it will be given the chance to write the article.
A more detailed explanation will be added later but if you have a basic html table you should be able to add that and it is worth a look at the tables already available: here so you can reverse engineer it or simply change the text/links and add it to your article.
Should you have a picture you wish to add simply put the address (http://(adress to picture)) of the picture you want.
Not using wiki format (disabling wiki format for a paticular section)
Sometime you might want to write something with some backslashes either side (two backslashes both sides will yield italic text, three give bold) or with multiple equals signs should you be making a point of saying something is the same.
The easiest way (most people find they do not have to do this very often) is to use the W behind a no entry/not allowed sign button however should you add <nowiki> at the start of your section you wish to disable wiki formatting for and </nowiki> at the end of it the wiki will not add its format.
e.g. <nowiki>=qaz=</nowiki> will not become a level one headline entitled qaz.