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With WikiNi to turn on the HTML codification, and off the "" formatting,
simply write two pairs of quotation marks; this is one quotation mark:  "

Everything in between those two pairs
then responds to HTML formatting,
though no more to  formatting.
Wiki may be a fine pl@ce to tame and use HTML
because the HTML tags may be less condensed
than within phpBB Forums and most Blogs,
since a change of line when you're editing, 
doesn't create one in the published WiKi p@ge, as it does 
within many phpBB Forums and Blogs and also within  formatting.

So, when you're editing a  p@ge, whether you write
""This text is not in bold, <b>this one is in Bold,</b> and this one isn't:""
or else
""
This text is not in bold,
<b>this is in Bold,</b>
and this isn't:
""
in the published  p@ge, all on the same line, you'll see:
This text is not bold, this is in Bold, and this isn't:
to change line between two pairs of quotation marks, you must use the <br /> tag;
<hr /> ~ <div align"x"> ~ <blockquote> ~ <table> tags also create a change of line.

Notice that in HTML 4.0, except for the three TAGS k, l, m,
<br>, <hr> and <img src="URL_@ddress of Im@ge">,
HTML Tags must be "closed": for example, the tag </b> closes the tag <b>
Also notice that in XHTML 1.0 transitional, all HTML Tags must be "closed":
<br />, <hr />, <img src="URL_@ddress of Im@ge" alt="compulsory" />
and that with img tags, the "alt" modifier is compulsory.

Also Notice that when you use tags within tags, you should close them in the reverse order;
for example, if you indent text, justify it, and color it blue, you write:
<blockquote>
<div align="justify">
<font color="#3333ff">
before you text; then, in their reverse order of entrance, you close the tags:
</font>
</div>
</blockquote>
Another example
<b><i><u>bold, italic, underlined text</u></i></b> (= bold, italic, underlined text)

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a. To make text Bold
write <b>before your text and</b> after it.

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b. To make text italic
write <i>before your text and</i> after it.

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c. To make text underlined
write <u>before your text and</u> after it.

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d. To "scratch-erase" text
write <s>before your text and</s> after it.

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e. To make text blink
write <blink>before the text and</blink> after it. Doesn't work in Internet Explorer 6. Isn't Valid XHTML.

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f. To color text and Font Faces
To color short text
write <font color="#009900">before you text and</font> after it.
or
For longer text
write
<font color="#009900">
before you text and after it:
</font>
To choose a color's number
To HighLight and/or color Text
Font Faces
These (size 12 /Netscape Composer 4.8) <font face> modifiers create this:
<font face="comic sans ms">Comic Sans MS Example.</font> = Comic Sans MS Example.
<font face="arial"><b>Bold Arial Example.</b></font> =  Bold Arial Example.
<font face="arial">Arial Example.</font> =  Arial Example.
<font face="times new roman">Times New Roman Example.</font> =  Times New Roman Example.

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g. To justify usually long text
write
<div align="justify">
before your text and after it:
</div>

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h. To center text
For short text
write
<div align="center">before your text and after it:</div>
or
For longer text
<div align="center">
before your text and after it:
</div>

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i.To align text on the right
For likely short text (Like the date)
write
<div align="right">before your text and after it:</div>
or
For unlikely longer text
write
<div align="right">
before your text and after it:
</div>

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j. To indent usually long text
Write
<blockquote>
before your text; then after it, write
</blockquote>

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k. To change line
If you write:
a) To change line, at the end of your line, write<br />b) then continue writing your next line
you will create:
a) To change line, at the end of your line, write
b) then continue writing your next line

Notice that in ,
the <br /> tag doesn't have to touch the last word of line a and the first word of line b,
since a change of line when you're editing,
doesn't create one in the published Wiki p@ge,
where the  formatting is off.
You thus could as well write it this way:
a) To change line, at the end of your line, write
<br />
b) then continue writing your next line.

That helps to the visualisation of (long) p@ges when you're modifying them.


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l. To create a line, as above an below this paragraph "l"
Write up to<hr />then continue writing right after it.
OR, in , you may end your paragraph, change line, write
<hr />
change line again, then continue writing...
That may help the visualisation of the p@ge when you're modifying it.
See Notice in previous § k.

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m. To insert an im@ge
Write <img src="the_URL_@ddress_of_im@ge" alt="COMPULSORY" title="OPTIONAL" />
Explanations on URL @ddresses & Im@ges.

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n. To make a direct link
to another p@ge
Write <a href="the_URL_@ddress_of_the_p@ge">Linked TEXT or Im@ge</a>
to an em@il @ddress
Write <a href="mailto:fictive.address@sympatico.ca">Linked TEXT or Im@ge</a>

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o. To make a target link to another p@ge
Write
<a href="the_URL_@ddress_of_the_p@ge" target="_blank">Linked TEXT or Im@ge</a>

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p. To make an internal link within the p@ge
a) Create a target:
<a name="name_of_target">Nothing, Text, or Im@ge</a>
b) Create a link to your target:
<a href="#name_of_target">YOUR LINK may be a text or an Im@ge</a>

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q. To create a bullet list
<ul>
<li>First Item</li>
<li>Second Item</li>
<li>Third Item</li>
</ul>

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r. To create a numbered list
<ol>
<li>Item # 1</li>
<li>Item # 2</li>
<li>Item # 3</li>
</ol>

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s.To.Create.Fancy.TABLES   is under Construction.
In ,
a simple quick code to insert your contents within a pale blue colored table could be:
""
<table align="center" bgcolor="#99ffff" width="666px"><tr><td>
Your contents
</td></tr></table>
""
The above code works if the WiKi p@ge isn't stretched wider than the screen.
An even simpler and safer code may be (The table, by default, will be aligned left.)
""
<table bgcolor="#99ffff" width="666px"><tr><td>
Your contents
</td></tr></table>
""
(To choose a color's number)

Tables are likely the most complex HTML formatting; they can get quite tricky...
There are three main tags: <table>, <tr> for the lines, and <td> for each cell.
For example, in a , if you write
<table align="center" height="199px" border="0px" width="544px" bgcolor="#ffffff">
<tr>
<td background="http://djo.ca/mpph_399.gif">First Column</td>
<td>Second Column</td>
<td bgcolor="#ff9900">Third Column</td>
</tr>
</table>
you get: EXAMPLE

The <TABLE> section of the code may also include the elements
cellspacing="#px" cellpadding="#px"
EXAMPLE
We may thus conclude
that the <table> tag of the HTML code for Tables
may have 9 6 basic attributes,
  1. TABLE ~ Aide Mémoire: (a, bbb, ccc, hw) (a, b, c, how)
    1. align="center", or align="right" (Aligns the table in the p@ge)(By default, is aligned left.)
    2. background="the_URL_@ddress_of an_im@ge" (Neither essential, nor Valid XHTML.)
    3. bgcolor="#ff00CC" ( To choose a color's number) (You choose; this modifier isn't essential.)
    4. border="0px" (By default, is usually set at one) (You choose; this modifier isn't essential.)
    5. cellpadding="0px" (By default, is usually set at one) (You choose; this modifier isn't essential.)
    6. cellspacing="0px" (By default, is usually set at one) (You choose; this modifier isn't essential.)
    7. cols="3" (This modifier is essential.) This isn't a Valid XTHML modifier.
    8. height="222px" (You choose; this modifier isn't essential.) This isn't a Valid XTHML modifier.
    9. width="699px" (With a 17" screen, in a full width WiKi p@ge, 699 px is quite tight; 688 px is safer, especially for IE6, and 666 px is the safest.) (You choose the # of px; this modifier is essential.)
    DjO systematically write my <table> modifiers in alphabetical order.
    IMPORTANT: the "background", "cols" and "height" modifiers
    aren't Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
The <tr> and <td> tags of the HTML code for Tables
may respectively have 3 and 4 useful modifiers:
  1. tr (the row)
    1. align="center", or align="right" (Aligns the content of all cells in the row.)
    2. background="the_URL_@ddress_of an_im@ge"
    3. bgcolor="#ff00CC"
  2. td (the cell)
    1. align="center", or align="right" (Aligns the content of that cell.)
    2. background="the_URL_@ddress_of an_im@ge"
    3. bgcolor="#ff00CC"
    4. width="299px" ({Cell a + cell b + cell c} may = {table width - cellspacing - cellpadding - border.})

This gr@ph will be modified relatively to the "background", "cols" and "height" elements; DjO 03jan2004.

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t. To create TITLES and a WELCOME SIGN (in a table)
with 3 px wide border, purplish background, and mauve fonts
(Doesn't work with Netscape Navigator 4x,
because the text within a table is seen with the default font size,
even when <h1> and <font size> tags are used.)
In , if you write:
<table align="center" border="3px" bgcolor="#993399" width="199px">
<tr>
<td>
<div align="center">
<h1><font color="#ffccff" face="Comic Sans MS">WELCOME!</font></h1>
</div>
</td>
</tr>
</table>
you get: EXAMPLE

For TITLES
if you write
<h1>Title #1</h1>
<h2>Title #2</h2>
<h3>Title #3</h3>
though in a , they take less space above and below itselves, you get:

Title #1

Title #2

Title #3


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Above Contents in Alphabetical Order
  1. Align center, justify, right
  2. Blink
  3. Bold
  4. Colors
  5. Erase
  6. Im@ges
  7. Indent
  8. Italic
  9. Line
  10. Line change
  11. Links Direct
  12. Links Internal
  13. Links Target
  14. Lists /Bullets
  15. Lists /Numbers
  16. Tables
  17. Underline
  18. Welcome Sign & Titles

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The above HTML codes' "characteristics":

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Last and 30th modific@tions by Djeault, with Netscape Composer 4.8, on Monday, January 03, 2005.
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Joseph Deneault, dit Djeault, and DjO, m@de this p@ge with Netscape Composer 4.8, on Thursday, July 1, 2004.

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