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< * [[WikiModes]] -- ''WikiModes'' the wiki in different ways.
> * [[Search]] -- ''Search'' the wiki in different ways.
< * [[Mozilla]] -- Using mozex and Emacs, using a quickWikiModes for the wiki.
> * [[Mozilla]] -- Using mozex and Emacs, using a quicksearch for the wiki.
The coolest thing about the Emacs Wiki is the ability for anyone to contribute. However, before you edit a page, you should probably learn HowTo navigate.
The pages of Emacs Wiki are organized into categories. This SiteMap page lists all of the categories – they appear as links to the individual category pages.
When you create a wiki page, put one or more category names at the bottom, to add the page to those categories. Note: The category names are abbreviated in the links used on the SiteMap page – for example, CategoryKeys is abbreviated as Keys. It is the full name that you must add to a wiki page to add it to a category.
Most categories contain information about Emacs or user-contributed Emacs libraries. There is one category, however, that contains information about the site itself: CategoryEmacsWikiSite.
Some of the links in the CategoryEmacsWikiSite are repeated in the header and footer of each Wiki page:
There’s a link, Edit this page, at the bottom of each page. Feel free to add new material or rework existing material. See HowToEdit.
On this site, making new pages and links between pages is easy. Clicking on a word or phrase give details about that word or phrase. Links appear in a list, in a paragraph, or at the bottom or top of the page.
The reverse is also possible with links and pages. The relation between words – or phrases – with their respective pages allows you to find the pages that link to the current page. Click the title heading at the top of the page to find the pages that mention the current topic. In the case of category pages, click the title heading and the Wiki will list all pages that are in that category. See WikiOrganization.