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m (apparently the kde-class link generator template was moved to 'class'. I initially thought: qt|class, kde|class, just like qt:class, kde:class... but maybe 'kde' is too confusing with 'kde3' and 'kde4)
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* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Extended_image_syntax
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Extended_image_syntax
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Magic_words
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Magic_words
Information about how to migrate content [[KDE_Developer_Home:Migrate_content|can be found here]].
== Tips ==
== Tips ==

Revision as of 19:52, 27 December 2006

To get started with the MediaWiki syntax, read

Information about how to migrate content can be found here.


Syntax highlighting
Wrap your C++ Qt/KDE code snippets in <code cppqt n> and </code> to get syntax highlighting (cpp == c++, qt == qt) and numbered lines (n). Replace "cpp" with the language used, e.g. rubyqt for Ruby and pythonqt for Python (soon).

New Templates

To get a list of pages using a template, go to corresponding template page (e.g. Template:movepage) and click "What links here" in the toolbox.

Use this template to mark a page as not finished.
Pages which need cleanups or contain empty sections and todos are marked with this tempate.
Use this template to add a tip for the reader.
Use this template to add an explanatory note.
Use this template to add a warning.
Use this template to generate a link to a Qt class, e.g. QWidget.
Use this template to generate a link to a KDE class, e.g. KDialog.
Use this template for paths and filenames, this way all of them have a consistent style.
Use this template to automatically create a link to KDE's bugzilla.
Use this template to mark the content of a page as applicable for either KDE 3 or KDE 4. Don't tag technology agnostic pages.
Use this template to create a box with a caption and a text. The width parameter is optional and can be specified absolute (400px) or relative (50%). The last parameter is the float value, which is also optional and defaults to center.

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