Sand box

From UUWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
<a bgcolor="green">TEST</a>

This sandbox is the right place to just play around with this wiki site.

Besides learning how to edit, you can learn how to easily revert a page to an earlier version to deal with vandalism.




A big heading

A subheading

A link: Main Page.


Yup - works well!

This is a test from UUWebGal - Fort Wayne. Testing here ... h'mmm ... it's a rainy Monday. This might be fun!

Peace

A new paragraph with bold text and italics before ending the paragraph?

Oh, it looks wysiwg so the leading paragraph marks aren't needed?


Hmmm...why not helptext around here?

As usual, all I can see is that Frodo was here

Danger?

I get to edit the entire page?! This looks potentially dangerous. :-) It would be nice to use something like this instead of YahooGroups. The UUA PR email list (PR-L discusses Growth, "Evangelism", Public Relations, etc., which includes web sites but I usually refer detailed web info to Websters) and we have a "files" collection at YahooGroups as we don't have another user-friendly resource. YahooGroups, though allows uploading of graphics, pdf's, etc. Could Wikis do that also? - Joyce

Note that a complete history of all versions of all pages is maintained. So anyone can easily revert a page to an earlier version to deal with vandalism.

As for file uploads, that can be more problematic. On this wiki right now, that feature is turned off.

wha

is this mic on test test TEST 1234 File:Example.jpg link title

test link

Hello? Can anyone who can't</i? hear me please say something?

The UUA PR email list (PR-L discusses Growth, "Evangelism", Public Relations, etc., which includes web sites but I usually refer detailed web info to Websters)

Ooooh, look, a little editing bar up there!

The survey results from UUFSD

Now I

can really get my point across

!

Test TOC

Testing to see if the Table of contents will show up

Tick Tock

See explanation of Test TOC

<math> \int_{k}^{k a} \frac{1}{x}\,dx</math>

Another Subpage

Test /subpage2

Subpage

We can link to a /subpage also, and automatically get a link from it back to the parent page (this one).

Is there some setting that prevents links?

Hm. Maybe I just missed the little calc box?

One more try: Survey of UUFSD

How does this "automatically" happen?

SpamRegex

X-ANAX.com test - JohnCooley 16:40, 21 Jan 2005 (CST)

Test of X-A-N-A-X.com test - WORKS! - Jim 12:10, 22 Jan 2005 (CST)

Test p2l-.info spam regex test JohnCooley 14:34, 23 May 2005 (CDT)

ltjz-not-2000.com

Setting up change to rollback

Edit Test

test of www.uuism.net links

another test