A WikiWord consists of two or more words with initial capitals, run together. WikiWords are topic names. A TWiki topic name always has a fixed format: two or more words with initial capitals, run together. Like the name of the current topic: WikiWord. When you type the name of a topic, you create a link to that topic. You type
WebHome and on saving the page this becomes WebHome. It's as easy as that.
When you type a WikiWord, you establish a hyperlink. It's as easy as that.
WikiWord linking is easy to use:
WikiWords are styled like this because:
When you write the name of a topic, it becomes a link. There are more ways
[[TWikiAccessControl][access control]]- this becomes: access control
Sandbox.WebSearch- this becomes: WebSearch
[[Sandbox.WebHome]]- this becomes: WebHome
TWiki:Main/WebHome- this becomes: TWiki:Main/WebHome (sites are defined in the InterwikiPlugin)
! #MyAnchorremoved): . You can also link to an anchor on another page:
[[#Good_examples_of_WikiWords]] TWiki.WebHome#MyAnchorbecomes: WebHome. You can also link to a part on another page:
[[#Good_examples_of_WikiWords]]becomes: WebHome. You can also link to a header on another page:
BreadSlicerFunctionalSpecbecause other projects might also have a functional spec topic.
!SunOSto get SunOS.
BreadSlicer1pt2, but not
YearTwoThousand, but not
Y2Kor WikiWords but not
FaqIndexfor a "FAQ index" topic.