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== Related Pages ==
== Related Pages ==
* [http://www.openoffice.org/styles/index.html OpenOffice.org Website Guide]
* [http://www.openoffice.org/styles/index.html OpenOffice.org Website Guide]
* [[Documentation/Dashboard/Wiki Editing Policy]]

Revision as of 14:26, 1 October 2007

Some guidelines for using and creating new pages on OpenOffice.org's wiki

Navigating and Contributing



H1 is used for the title of a wiki page. Therefore it is better to start with "== Heading 2 ==" for your own content.


Categorize your pages. Choose a category from Special:Categories than makes sense and apply it by adding [[Category:Whatever]] to your page. You can also add more than one category to your page.

Category:Project collects all "home pages" for OOo's projects.

Sub Folders

If you choose a name for your wiki page that conforms to the style "maintopic/subtopic" (mind the slash!), then you create a page that is automatically linked back to the page called maintopic. Sub folders are very useful for organising related content in a traditional way, and a hierarchical structure allows better search in specific areas of the wiki.

MediaWiki Extension/Use Cases is a subpage to MediaWiki Extension

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