A wiki is a collaborative web site. You can contribute. Before doing so, take a moment to visit WikiOrganization to learn how EmacsWiki is organized.
- To edit an existing wiki page, click the “Edit this page” link at the bottom of the page.
- Shortcut: In common browsers, to edit a page, just use `
Alt e’, on Mac OS X + Firefox, it’s `
Ctrl Alt e’. On Windows/Linux + Firefox it’s `
Alt Shift e’. See AccessKey for more information and a complete list.
- OddmuseMode enables you to edit EmacsWiki in Emacs. (See also Yaoddmuse).
- MinorEdit – About the “This change is a minor edit.” checkbox found on edit pages.
- UserName – How to sign your wiki contributions with your user name.
- TextFormattingRules – How to format a wiki page, create links, and so on. The Emacs Wiki uses the Oddmuse wiki engine, which defines the formatting rules.
- CreateNewPages – How to create new wiki pages. A good way to start your first page is by adding your UserName to CategoryHomepage.
- StyleGuide – how to write well and help your neighbour
- ElispArea – How to upload an Emacs Lisp file.
- Please indicate compatibility of your files by adding appropriate
Compatibility: GNU Emacs X.X notes to your files.
- If you notice that a particular piece of code does not work on your version of Emacs, please indicate as much on the appropriate wiki page.
- UploadingImages – How to add images to wiki pages.
- UsingPortraits – How to use an image (“avatar”) for discussion
- DeletedPage – Deleting pages.
- PageRedirection – Redirecting requests for a page to another page.
- TranslationHelp – How to translate pages, and how to link to translations