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What is a WikiWord?

A WikiWord consists of two or more words with initial capitals, run together. WikiWords are topic names. A TWiki topic name always has a fixed format: two or more words with initial capitals, run together. Like the name of the current topic: WikiWord. When you type the name of a topic, you create a link to that topic. You type WebHome and on saving the page this becomes WebHome. It's as easy as that.
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 When you write the name of a topic, it becomes a link. There are more ways

  • To write a custom link label, use bracket notation: [[TWikiAccessControl][access control]] - this becomes: access control
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  • To link to a topic in another web, write: Sandbox.WebSearch - this becomes: WebSearch
  • To link to a topic in another subweb write: Sandbox.Subweb.WebSearch.
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  • To link to a topic in another web, write: Trash/Sandbox.WebSearch - this becomes: WebSearch
  • To link to a topic in another subweb write: Trash/Sandbox.Subweb.WebSearch.
 
  • To show the web name in the link use bracket notation: [[Sandbox.WebHome]] - this becomes: Sandbox.WebHome
  • To link to a topic on another Wiki site, use: TWiki:Main/WebHome - this becomes: TWiki:Main/WebHome (sites are defined in the InterwikiPlugin)
  • To link to a part on the same page, write a "#" followed by the name of an anchor. The anchor is a "#" followed by a name which must be a WikiName. Example #MyAnchor. You can also link to an anchor on another page: TWiki.WebHome#MyAnchor.
 
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