Wiki Content

Overview

The supported markup languages are:

The wiki pages have to be placed in the WikiContent folder of a project with the corresponding file extension. Once they are requested by a GET request, underground transformation has been triggered. It converts the confluence format to HTML and sends well-formed Web content back.

Example wiki page in confluence format:

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h4. Confluence Markup
 
Ideally, the markup should be _readable_ and even *clearly understandable* when editing it. 
Inserting formatting should require few keystrokes and little thought.
 
After all, we want people to concentrate on words, not on where the angle-brackets should go.
 
Kinds of Markup:
* Text Effects
* Headings
* Text Breaks
* Links
* Other

#After the rendering, you will get:


Confluence Markup

Ideally, the markup should be readable and even clearly understandable when editing it. Inserting formatting should require few keystrokes and little thought.

After all, we want people to concentrate on words, not on where the angle-brackets should go.

Kinds of Markup:

  • Text Effects
  • Headings
  • Text Breaks
  • Links
  • Other

Sample Pages

Sample header, footer, and navigation pages:

Some custom CSS for the wiki content: wiki.css

Batch of Wiki Pages

In order to combine several already existing pages into a single page, you have to create a file with extension *.wikis and to list in it all wiki pages that you want to merge.

File: single.wikis

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part1.md
part2.md
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