You usually can't write a Wiki page in HTML. Instead, you use a simpler setof rules that still contain some of the features of HTML text formatting. Theway you write your articles will depend on the Wiki you use.
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Canon s900 drivers for mac os. Backlog's Wikis support two sets of text formatting rules. Whichever you selectwill apply to your entire Project.
The formatting rules supported in Backlog are:
- Markdown notation
- Backlog notation
If you've created a new Backlog Space
If you've just set up your new Backlog Space, Markdown notation will beselected automatically. In most cases, there's no problem with continuing touse Markdown notation.
Backlog Markdown Form
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If you're using an existing Backlog Space
If you're using an existing Backlog space, you should check which notationyour Wiki is using by default. You can check this on the page editing screen:just go to your Wiki page and click the “Edit” icon in thetop-right to open the page editing screen.
If it says “Text formatting rules (Markdown)” in the top-rightof the editing screen, that Wiki is using Markdown notation. If it says“Text formatting rules (Backlog),” it's using Backlog notation.
We'll use both in our examples moving forward, so be sure to follow theexample that matches your formatting selection.
Backlog Markdown Example
Click on “Show full text formattingrules” in the “Text formatting rules” box and you can viewthe details of your Markdown (or Backlog) notation.