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Proper syntax has not yet been defined. For the time being consider these points while creating / editing pages :
 
Proper syntax has not yet been defined. For the time being consider these points while creating / editing pages :
  
    Remember that page names are case sensitive except for the first letter.
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Remember that page names are case sensitive except for the first letter.
    Stick to the alphabet and DO NOT use special characters in page names. Except for '-' or '_'
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Stick to the alphabet and DO NOT use special characters in page names. Except for ''''-'''' or ''''_''''
    DO NOT use a blank space between words in a page name. IE: "my page" instead use my-page or my_page
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DO NOT use a blank space between words in a page name. IE: "my page" instead use my-page or my_page
    Kindly indicate the PCLinuxOS flavor and release to which the content applies.
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Kindly indicate the PCLinuxOS flavor and release to which the content applies.
    Go through a few of the existing pages and try to understand the general layout and follow it.  
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Go through a few of the existing pages and try to understand the general layout and follow it.  
  
  

Latest revision as of 20:46, 18 April 2018

Proper syntax has not yet been defined. For the time being consider these points while creating / editing pages :

  • Remember that page names are case sensitive except for the first letter.
  • Stick to the alphabet and DO NOT use special characters in page names. Except for '-' or '_'
  • DO NOT use a blank space between words in a page name. IE: "my page" instead use my-page or my_page
  • Kindly indicate the PCLinuxOS flavor and release to which the content applies.
  • Go through a few of the existing pages and try to understand the general layout and follow it.