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Guide to wiki use

Page history last edited by Christina Shenvi 9 years, 2 months ago


If you are not a member of the committee, you will be able to download files, but not upload them.


How to Edit a Page

  1. Open the page you want to edit (eg to type into, or to post files to)
  2. Click Edit at the top
  3. Type, post, etc
  4. Click save
  5. Be aware that if you delete other files, or text, that it will be permanently gone.


Uploading files or links

  1. Open the wikipage to which you want to add a file, eg if you are adding to the page of general resources, you would click here to get to that page: General Resources
  2. Click "EDIT" tab at the top of the page
  3. On the far right you will see a box that says "Insert Links"
  4. To upload a file, click "images and files"
  5. Then click "upload files"
  6. Select the file or files from your computer that you want to upload (use Ctrl key to select multiple files)
  7. Those files will then appear in the "Insert Links" box
  8. Click on the filename in the "Insert Links" box and it will add a link to it next to your cursor in the page that you are editing.


Downloading Files

  1. Click on the file you want to download. It will open a preview page. This may or may not work, depending on the file.
  2. At the top of the page, there is a tab that says "download". Click this.


Youtube video

This introduces the very basic aspects of a wiki:


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