Adding a link
Link with no text
This code produces a basic link to the example website: [http://example.com/]. It creates a link that looks like this:
Link containing text
After pasting a link, hit the spacebar once and then type the text as you would like for it to appear in the link. [http://example.com/ The guide to adding a link] still takes you to example.com, but it looks like this:
Linking to an internal wiki page
Notice the double brackets as opposed to the single brackets in the external link examples. [[Introduction]] now looks like this:
If you want the link to contain text that is different from the page you are referencing (example: Maybe you don't want to say "Introduction" as it does not read well, but you DO want it to link to the Introduction page):
Welcome to our Freecycle wiki page. Let me [[Introduction|introduce]] myself, who we are and what we do!
Your page will look like this when completed with the proper wiki lingo; the brackets AND the bar *|*. Notice this bar is NOT the capital letter *I* or lowercase *l*. The bar is normally found above the *\* bar.
Welcome to our Freecycle wiki page. Let me introduce myself, who we are and what we do!
Link to a specific section of an internal wiki page
If you want to link to a specific section rather than an entire wiki page, this is the format you use: [[Introduction#Who_runs_it?|our wonderful volunteer moderators]]
This takes you to the section titled "Who runs it?" but it will look like this:
If you feel you just can't remember all of the rules and guidelines, try taking a peek at the Cheatsheet