Q: Seperate wikis for other languages?
I started a Ruby ScratchPad last night. Today I found this page, and then the seperate Perl Wiki. So I'm thinking it's right and proper for me (at some point) to apply and get seperate wiki status for my Ruby work. Links to those will be carried here? --BenTrem 20:30, 24 May 2007 (UTC)
- So far, the wikis we do have for separate languages are very inactive, so I think it would be better to start off here or on Scratchpad to make sure you have enough people to create a wiki with first. Angela talk 22:44, 31 May 2007 (UTC)
How may I add code examples without their being confused as Wiki Code and losing their formatting?
- Just put one space in front of each line with <nowiki></nowiki> tags on each line. Por ejemplo:
<nowiki><?php</nowiki> <nowiki>$endl = "\r\n";</nowiki> <nowiki>echo 'Hello <b>World</b>' . $endl;</nowiki> <nowiki>?></nowiki>
...would produce this:
<?php $endl = "\r\n"; echo 'Hello <b>World</b>' . $endl; ?>
- You can use the <pre> tag, if you just want to keep the formatting. Ahy1 23:41, 28 December 2006 (UTC)
Example: Page Layout Standards:
- Standards for main page for language.
- Standards for keyword definition.
- Standards for keyword index.
- Standards for naming all of these.
- I used language/page: QuickBASIC/DO, QuickBASIC/WHILE, QuickBASIC/FOR, etc.