Clicklaw Wikibooks Cheatsheet

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See the Clicklaw Wikibooks Style Guide for style and word usage.

Clicklaw Wikibooks Cheatsheet

These codes work anywhere in the text
Description You type You get
Italic text

''italic''

italic

Bold text

'''bold'''

bold

Bold and italic text

'''''bold & italic'''''

bold & italic

Link to another Clicklaw wiki page.
Your link and the text that is shown do not have to be the same (although they can be if you want).

[[This is the full title]]
[[This is the full title|this is short]]

This is the full title
this is short

Link to an external page.
Just write out the "http://", or place it between square brackets followed by the words that should be linked. With square brackets, anything after the space will appear underlined.

This is a link to PovNet: http://www.povnet.org
This is also a [http://www.povnet.org link to PovNet].

This is a link to PovNet:www.povnet.org
This is a link to PovNet.

These codes work only at the beginning of lines
Description You type You get
Section headings
A Table of Contents will automatically be generated when four headings are added to an article.
Do not use =Level 1=; it is reserved for page titles.

== Level 2 ==
=== Level 3 ===
==== Level 4 ====

Level 2
Level 3

Level 4

Bulleted list
Bulleted lists are useful to break up a list of items. See the Style Guide.

* One
* Two
** Two point one
* Three

  • One
  • Two
    • Two point one
  • Three
Numbered list
Numbered lists are good for describing ordered steps, or where the number of items in the list is important. See the Style Guide.

# One
# Two
## Two point one
# Three

  1. One
  2. Two
    1. Two point one
  3. Three
Indenting text

no indent (normal)
:first indent
::second indent
:::third indent

no indent (normal)

first indent
second indent
third indent
Working Example of Emphasis using Bold and Italics
See what the Style Guide says about using italics over bold for emphasis.
Description You type You get
Use italics to emphasize a term.

An ''arquebus'' is an early muzzle-loaded firearm, while an ''aquabus'' is a motorized boat.

An arquebus is an early muzzle-loaded firearm, while an aquabus is a motorized boat.

Working Example of a Case Citation and Link
Description You type You get
Case reference
For linking and providing the proper citation of case law, see Style Guide.

In ''[http://canlii.ca/t/2d35m Domirti v. Domirti]'', 2010 BCCA 472, the Court of Appeal ruled that a spousal support award outside the Advisory Guidelines could be an appealable error.

In Domirti v. Domirti, 2010 BCCA 472, the Court of Appeal ruled that a spousal support award outside the Advisory Guidelines could be an appealable error.

Working Example of Lists
Description You type You get
Numbered list
For a series of steps where the order is important. See Style Guide for use of lists.

The Application Record should be sorted as follows:
# the index,
# the Notice of Application,
# the Response to Application, and
# the affidavits to be relied upon at the hearing

The Application Record should be sorted as follows:

  1. the index,
  2. the Notice of Application,
  3. the Response to Application, and
  4. the affidavits to be relied upon at the hearing
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