(:Summary:Contains the 'action' links (like Browse, Edit, History, etc.), placed at the top of the page, see site page actions:) (:comment This page can be somewhat complex to figure out the first time you see it. Its contents are documented at PmWiki.SitePageActions if you need help. :) * View * Edit * History * Print

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(:Summary: PmWiki group header. Includes styles and trail.:) (:comment please leave the multiple style definitions concatenated as a single line. Linebreaks do appear in the output when the wiki is configured with linebreaks enabled -- thanks!:) (:comment included in PmWiki localisation headers and footers :)

 

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(:nl:)(:Summary:Frequent questions before installing PmWiki:)

>>faq<< Q: What is PmWiki? A: PmWiki is a wiki-based system for collaborative creation and maintenance of websites. See PmWiki.

Q: What can I do with it? A: PmWiki pages look and act like normal web pages, except they have an "Edit" link that makes it easy to modify existing pages and add new pages into the website, using basic editing rules. You do not need to know or use any HTML or CSS. Page editing can be left open to the public or restricted to small groups of authors. Feel free to experiment with the Text Formatting Rules in the "Wiki sandbox". The website you're currently viewing is built and maintained with PmWiki.

Q: What are the requirements? A: See the PmWiki requirements page.

Q: Where can I find documentation? A: See the documentation index page.

Q: How can I download PmWiki? A: See the download page.

Q: How do I install PmWiki? A: Instructions for installation are on the installation page.

Q: How do I get help with PmWiki? A: See Mailing lists and How to get assistance.

Q: How do you pronounce "Michaud"? A: "Michaud" is french pronounced "mee show", the trailing D is silent. (:nl:)(:Summary:Trail and talk page links:) (:comment included in PmWiki localisation headers and footers :)

 

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