The wiki uses the following Templates
HomepageTemplate: Outline for Homepages.
CommandTemplate: Style specification for commands.
ReferenceTemplate: Citation style.
Acronyms in WikiNames should not be capitalized. For example,
Words containing acronyms are actually not CamelCase.
- However, acronyms alone should be capitalized. For example,
- Commands should use the same case as that of the actual command. For example,
There are some cases where a term is both an application and a command. For example, TkMedit refers to the application and tkmedit refers to the actual command. Use CamelCase or not depending on whether you are referring to the application or the command.
Use CamelCase for subtopics related to a command. For example,
Wrong: tkmeditguide or tkmeditGuide
Use bold font for menu commands. For example,
Right: File->Load Overlay data
Wrong: File->Load Overlay data
The citation style for attached references is described in detail in the References section.
Adding graphics to a page is simple. Go to the page you want to add the graphics to. Click on AttachFile and upload the graphics file. Then add the line attachment:filename.ext in the source for the page.
- You should not incorporate graphics by linking to an http address, even if the address is located inside the wiki.
If you think a graphic may be valuable to other pages, for example, if it's a commonly used icon, then you can add it to a central page. For example, see Icons. Other users can then link to that image using the wiki address, e.g., attachment:WikiPage/filename.ext.
- Please provide a comment with any modifications.
6. Page Layout
Use subpages (see HelpOnEditing/SubPages) to organize material which cannot fit on a single page.
To create an encyclopedia reference, create a page for the term, e.g., fMRI, and then link to the encyclopedia reference from that page.