Wikka page names are no longer required to be in CamelCase
format. Whitespace and UTF-8 characters are now permitted. The following characters are not
permitted in page names: | ? = & < > ' " / %
In addition, forced links now require a | separator between the link and description. Please see FormattingRules
for examples and additional notes.
Writing in CamelCase
-format consists in joining together words without spaces and capitalizing each word within the compound: HomePage
are all examples of CamelCase
words. The name comes from the uppercase "bumps" in the middle of the compound word, suggesting the humps of a camel.
strings are automatically parsed as links
is a synonym for CamelCase
Some words like MySQL
, McCain are represented using a camelcase format. If you write them in a page, the word automatically links to the page of that name, if such page exists, or to an edit screen where you can create it if it doesn't yet exist. To avoid this behavior, you may surround the word inside double doublequote
, like ""MySQL""