How are Wiki pages created?

Wiki Knowledgebase pages enable users to dynamically collaborate on documents and add new pages to the site using wiki functionality. 

All registered users may contribute by editing existing wiki pages or creating new ones. To ensure easy navigation, new pages should be linked from existing pages or from the main Wiki index page (linked from the upper right corner of the header on each site).

Remember, If you create a wiki page, all registered users will be able to edit it and add links of their own from your content. If you would like to post information that cannot be directly edited by other users, you may create a News, Events, Products, or Services page instead.

To create a new wiki page:

  1. Be sure you're logged in to the site.
  2. Select "edit" from the top of the Wiki main page (linked from the horizontal nav bar) or from an existing related wiki page.
  3. In the "Body" text field, determine where your link should appear. Enter the name of your new page surrounded by double brackets.
  4. Select the "Submit" button. Your new link will now appear on the category page.
  5. Click on your new link. You will be directed to the "Submit collaborative story" form.
  6. Add content to the form, preview, and submit.

To edit an existing wiki page:

  1. Be sure you're logged in to the site.
  2. Select "edit" from the top of the page you wish to modify.
  3. Enter your edits in the "Body" text field.
  4. Preview, then select the "Submit" button. Your edits will now appear.


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