- You can refer to another page by putting its name in square brackets like this: [PAGE]
- URLs will automatically be recognized and underlined: http://your.site/contents.html
- If you put URLs in square brackets, they'll be shown as a tiny reference  instead. In this situation, the system assumes that any url ending in .jpg, .png, or .gif is an image and displays it inline.
- URL methods recognized are:
- Surround text by pairs of single quotes to make it display in italic
- Surround text by triples of single quotes to make it display in bold
Adding structure to your text:
- Lines of text are normally joined, with empty lines used to delineate paragraphs
- Lines starting with three spaces, a "*", and another space are shown as bulleted items. The entire item must be entered as one line (possibly wrapping).
- Lines starting with three spaces, a "1.", and another space are shown as a numbered list. Each numbered item must be entered as one logical line.
- first numbered bullet
- second numbered bullet
- Lines starting with three spaces, item tag name, ":", three spaces, and then the item tag body (entered as 1 logical line) are shown as taggest lists.
All other lines beginning with white space are shown as is - no highlighting, reference generating, or even text wrapping occur.
- Put four or more dashes on a line to get a horizontal separator, like the "----" below:
Using brackets in your text can be done by doubling them, so [[ shows as [.