Text formatting markup

There are a couple different ways to format your text on the Wiki pages.

  • You can use the formatting bar options at the top of the edit window
  • You can use straight wiki code
  • You can use selected HTML code

Below you’ll find examples of the different formatting options available and what they will look like on your page.

Wiki Code

Allowed HTML Code

<b> </b>

<big> </big>

<blockquote> </blockquote>

<br> <br />

<caption> </caption>

<center> </center>

<cite> </cite>

<code> </code>

<dl> </dl>, <dt> </dt>, and <dd> </dd>

<del> </del>

<div> </div>

<em> </em>

<font> </font>

<h1> - </h1>


<i> </i>

<ins> </ins>

<ol> <ul> <li> </li> </ul> </ol>

<nowiki> </nowiki>

<p> </p>

<pre> </pre>

<ruby>, <rt>, <rb>, <rp>

<s> </s>

<small> </small>

<span> </span>

<strike> </strike>

<strong> </strong>

<sub> </sub>

<sup> </sup>

<table> <tr> <td> </td> </tr> </table>

<tt> </tt>

<u> </u>

<var> </var>

How to Format Links

Internal link[[Main]]Main
Internal link with text[[Main|ONEsite Learn Wiki]]ONEsite Learn Wiki
Subpage link[[/Secondpage]]/Secondpage
External linkhttp://google.comgoogle.com
External link with text[http://google.com Google]Google
External link numbered[http://google.com][1]