the 12 days of wiki
glenahan at vfemail.net
Thu Dec 20 07:20:45 PST 2007
Are there any freeware tools that let me write wiki code without
actually composing that gibberish?
On Dec 19, 2007, at 7:12 PM, Kent McLean wrote:
> Kevin Smith wrote:
>> I don't know how much I could contribute, but in the next couple days
>> I'll be putting a new fuel pump in my 1996 A6 Quattro Avant, and I
>> take pics and document the process if you want/need it for
>> anything. I
>> can maybe write a quick tutorial on it to go with the pics, and
>> send it
>> to whoever can do something with it.
>> Let me know your thoughts on that.
> Do it. Even it you sit on the pics for a few weeks, someone may get
> around to editing it. Or you can take a look at an existing wikimedia
> (mediawiki?) page and realize it isn't that tough to figure out.
> Point your browser to:
> Click on a topic (e.g., A6). Click on a link (e.g., Heater core
> replacement). Click on the Edit tab at the top of the page. Look at
> "raw" page. Click on your browsers "Back" button so as not to change
> that page.
> If you want to play, go back to the raw page, select all the text
> in the
> little edit window, and copy & paste it into an editor (like Notepad).
> Hit the browser's "Back" button, and you can compare the raw page
> to the
> rendered page.
> Good luck.
> Kent McLean
> '99 A4 Avant, 2.8L 30V, quattro, Tiptronic, "Yeah, baby!"
> '94 100 S Avant, "Moody" becoming "Old Faithful"
> '91 200 TQA #1, for sale
> '91 200 TQA #2, up in smoke 2
> '89 200 TQ, "Bad Puppy", up in smoke
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