Working with wiki pages

Depending on your level of access to your community wiki, you can work with wiki pages in a number of ways.

Procedure

  1. Select Wiki from the navigation sidebar on your community's Overview page, and open the page that you want to work with.
  2. Complete one or more of the following tasks:
    1. To edit the wiki page, click Edit, make your updates, and click Save and Close.
    2. To create a child page of the page that you are on, select Page Actions > Create Child, and then enter and save the new page details.
    3. To create a page on the same level as the wiki page that you are on, select Page Actions > Create Peer, and then enter and save the new page details.
    4. To print the page content, select Page Actions > Print Page.
    5. To move the page, select Page Actions > Move Page and select one of the following options before clicking OK.
      • To make the page a top-level page in the wiki, select the Make this a top-level page check box.
      • To make the page a child page of an existing wiki page, enter the name of the parent page in the Move this page into field or select the page from the list of pages that displays.
      • To reorder the wiki table of contents, select a page title from the Reorder within list and use the arrows to move the page to the required placing.
    6. To download the page, select Page Actions > Download Page and specify whether you want to view or save the downloaded page.
    7. To delete the page, select Page Actions > Move to Trash and click OK. Community members with editor access can only delete pages that they created. Community owners can delete any page in the wiki.
    8. To comment on the page, click Add a comment and add your response to the wiki page.
    9. To add an attachment to the page, click the Attachments tab and click Add an attachment.
    10. To view an earlier version of the page, click the Versions tab and click View next to the version of the page that you want to see.



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