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==To create a citation or a footnote follow the following steps:==
 
==To create a citation or a footnote follow the following steps:==
  
#make sure your mouse pointer is selected in the place in the text you want the citation/footnote ([1]) to be.
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#make sure your mouse pointer is selected in the place in the text you want the citation/footnote ([1]) to be: http://i.imgur.com/PcI4iBy.png
#click the button in the top of the editor that looks like a open book with a red bookmark string.  
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#click the button in the top of the editor that looks like a open book with a red bookmark string: http://i.imgur.com/jHKe9ac.png
#this will open a window. paste the content of the citation or footnote.
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#this will open a window. paste the content of the citation or footnote: http://i.imgur.com/hpLIs4s.png
#click insert and the citation/footnote will be inserted.  
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#click insert and the citation/footnote will be inserted: http://i.imgur.com/GSILsO3.png
  
 
==what it looks like==
 
==what it looks like==
  
 
This is example text that needs a citation<ref>This is the cited text. it will be at the bottom of the document </ref>
 
This is example text that needs a citation<ref>This is the cited text. it will be at the bottom of the document </ref>

Latest revision as of 05:46, 22 January 2017

Sections:

Code:

=Section one=

Text of section one

==subsection one==

Text of subsection one

==subsection two==

Text of subsection two

What it looks like:

Section one

Text of section one

subsection one

Text of subsection one

subsection two

Text of subsection two

Styling:

Code:

'''bold text'''

''italic text''

What it looks like:

bold text

italic

Numbering and bullets

Numbering

Code

#item one

#item two

##subitem one

##subitem two

what it looks like

  1. item one
  2. item two
    1. subitem one
    2. Subitem two

Bullets

code

*item one

*item two

**subitem one

what it looks like

  • item one
  • item two
    • subitem one


Citations / footnotes

To create a citation or a footnote follow the following steps:

  1. make sure your mouse pointer is selected in the place in the text you want the citation/footnote ([1]) to be: PcI4iBy.png
  2. click the button in the top of the editor that looks like a open book with a red bookmark string: jHKe9ac.png
  3. this will open a window. paste the content of the citation or footnote: hpLIs4s.png
  4. click insert and the citation/footnote will be inserted: GSILsO3.png

what it looks like

This is example text that needs a citation[1]
  1. This is the cited text. it will be at the bottom of the document