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Click on 'Edit This Page'
You can then start typing directly onto the page.
If you want to format your text in any way, you will need to highlight the text you want to change and then use the buttons on the toolbar.
Inserting Files and Images
When you click on the Images and Files button, a window will pop up showing pictures and files that have already been uploaded to the wiki. At the bottom of this window is an area to upload new files and images.
Click on 'Browse' to locate a file or image on you computer and then click on 'Upload'. When the file or image appears in the top part of the window, double click on it to add it to the wiki page.
You will see another box saying 'Insert External Image by URL.' I use this option all the time. All images that are posted on the internet have a unique internet address (URL). If you are using Firefox and right click on an image from the internet, you can choose 'Save Image Location'. This copies the URL of that image. You can then paste the URL into the bottom box and click 'Load'. When the picture appears, double click on it to add it to the wiki page. If you are not using Firefox, click on an internet image to open it on a page by itself. The URL for that image is normally the address in the browser address window. Copy this address and paste it into the bottom box and double click on it when it appears. The beauty of this option is that the image is hosted elsewhere on the net and doesn't use up any of your wiki space allowance. The downside is that if you have a lot of these hosted pictures, you page can take a long time to load as it looks to all the sites where the pictures are stored and if the picture is deleted on the site where you 'borrowed' it from, it deletes on your wiki page as well.
Use this button if you want a video, slideshow, podcast or any other widget (object that can be embedded on your page) on your page. You will first need to copy the html code from the site where your content is hosted (normally this is very easy to find and the pages in this wiki give you information on how to do this).
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