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Wiki Localize

The localisation of DokuWiki (DW) works with a primary language which is English [EN]. All pages in EN are under the root directory **without** namespace code. The language localisations are found under the two-letter language namespaces (e.g. de,ru,fr,..) / with a similar structure.

If a page exists for your language selection it will be selected automatically, otherwise it will be shown in the base language - English EN.

If a localised (translated) page is older than the base language, there is a notice at to top of the page. If the localisation does not exist, it will be created from the original page on the first edit.

If you work on pages, first always change the English page, then the localised (translation) page. You can see failed translations [[https://wiki.friendi.ca/faq/start?do=admin&page=translation|here]] (if you have admin rights).

For testing, try the FireFox addon: https:addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/languageswitch/ and change it to EN. </panel>

Wiki Editing

After register, you can see around the Wiki, but for writing (editing) you need an Administrator for give you the rights.

First steps in DokuWiki writing do in the [[playground/playground]], for testing, etc. And please, cleanup then.

The Main-Syntax read you here: https:wiki.friendi.ca/wiki/syntax And of course on top of the Editor. More Tools on the Button pane, top of the Editor. Fro specials, take a look on exist pages or on: * Search for FA-Font Icons: https://fontawesome.com/v4.7.0/icons/ * Docs for Bootrwrapper-Tools (also on Editor-Button 'B'): https://lotar.altervista.org/wiki/wiki/plugin/bootswrapper * Docs for Icons: https://lotar.altervista.org/wiki/wiki/plugin/icons </panel>

Wiki Namespaces

A Namespace is similary like a Dir-Name. The Organisation of Pages are like a Dir-Tree, with the Pages as File.

All Namespaces and Page-Names must wrote in English. Else we become Problems with the Translations.

Wiki Speech

The speech in the Wiki is held in personal.

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