When creating a wiki using type Wiki Page, you use wiki syntax to format the page. The following table shows commonly used wiki syntax designations. See the Wiki Syntax: Macros page for further options.

SyntaxEffect
**bold text**bold text
__underline text__underline text
~~italicize text~~italicize text
1 Main HeadingMain Heading
1.1 Sub HeadingSub Heading
1.1.1 Minor HeadingMinor Heading
1.1.1.1 Inner HeadingInner Heading
- Top Level Bullet
-- Second Level Bullet
--- Third Level Bullet
  • Top Level Bullet
    • Second Level Bullet
      • Third Level Bullet
http://www.labkey.com/www.labkey.com - Links are detected automatically
[tutorials]Tutorials - Link to 'tutorials' page in this wiki. The title of the destination will be the display text.
[Display Text|tutorials]Display Text - Link with custom text
[Anchor on page|tutorials#anchor]Anchor on page - Link to the specific #anchor within the tutorials page.
{link:LabKey|http://www.labkey.com/}LabKey - Link to an external page with display text
{link:**LabKey**|http://www.labkey.com/}LabKey - Link to an external page with display text in bold
{mailto:somename@domain.com}Include an email link which creates new email message with default mail client
[attach.jpg]Display an attached image
{image:http://www.target_domain.com/images/logo.gif}Display an external image

{comment}
...hidden text...
{comment} 

Content inside the {comment} tags is not rendered in the final HTML. 

{span:class=fa fa-plus-circle}{span}

 Adds the Font Awesome icon  to a wiki.

X{span:style=font-size:.6em;vertical-align:super}2{span}

 Shows a superscript, as in X2.

X{span:style=font-size:.6em;vertical-align:sub}2{span}

 Shows a subscript, as in X2.

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