Wiki syntax

Discussion in 'Smalltalk' started by Eldmannen, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. Eldmannen

    Eldmannen New Member

    I made a how-to, and I have to write the HTML code.
    HTML is no problem for me, I know HTML.
    But the wiki-syntax used for example on Wikipedia, is much more quicker, cleaner, and easier to code.
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    I think most people are more familiar with HTML than with the Wiki syntax (including me).
    I write all my tutorials in Dreamweaver, and when they are finished I simply copy them over to HowtoForge's WYSIWYG editor. :)
  3. Eldmannen

    Eldmannen New Member

    I write all code by hand on the HowtoForge website.
    WYSYWIG editors creep me out, and they generate crappy code.
  4. zcworld

    zcworld New Member

    i did all of mine in frontpage beacuse thats what i have installed
    due to its just
    tell it to load the .CSS file and type
    change the headers / what else the .CSS
    control post over to submit forum n click

    wiki code is hard if your new to it
    i find its hard
    even i got a wiki i use inside my network but i cant do any good coding in it

    PS Dreamweaver any good is it falko
  5. Eldmannen

    Eldmannen New Member

    WYSIWYG editors makes me throw up.
  6. PoleCat

    PoleCat New Member

    "vi" is the best still.
    I love the macro power. No mouse required, makes for much faster typing.

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