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...ment, this is usually easy to infer. However when tables are rendered on non-visual media, you can help the browser to determine which table header cell applies to the description of any selected cell (i...
Tables may be included in wiki pages with wiki markup language alone or in combination with XHTML. However, as a general rule, it is best to avoid using a table unless you need one. Table markup looks intimidating (although simple tables are not hard to enter) and presence of tables can complicate page editing. By far the easiest way to create a table is to use the table symbol () on the edit toolbar. You can use the dialogue box to define how many rows and columns, whether you want headers, and whether you want borders.
...ing markup shown above, here are some other formatting references: You can find more references at Help:Contents...
This consists of normal characters like asterisks, single quotes or equal signs which have a special function in the wiki, sometimes depending on their position. For example, to format a word in italic, you include it in two pairs of single quotes like ''this''. The Edit toolbar can greatly simplify formatting your text without knowing wiki markup. But it is easy to pick up the basics, and they will be helpful when you are editing text someone else has already formatted. PetroWiki ignores single line breaks.
...Remember that multiple windows (tabs) can be your friend when editing. You can have help pages open in one window and the page you are editing in another so you can easily move back and fo...
...e. 2. Decide on a name for the new page (keep it descriptive of the content so it can be found) See Help:Page_names 3. Search for the name of your proposed page using the search box in the header 4. If p...
Creating a new page is easy. What is important is to first evaluate whether a similar page appropriate for your content or another page with the same name already exists. ""Example:"" You want to start a page on Oil and Gas facilities; it is recommended that before a new page is created a search should be made on topics covering every form of Oil and Gas facilities: If not, to create the new page, click the link that says Create the page [name] on this wiki! A new page will be created.
...nds of other PetroWiki users who may want to read it. You found it valuable enough to reference, so help ensure that others can find it easily. In the Figure 1 example, only the paper DOI is shown (10.21...
DOI stands for digital object identifier. It is a numeric tag that is registered with Cross-Ref or another DOI registrar that is designed to provide a permanent link to the online source of the document or other resource. This ensures that you can still get to a document even though the original source has changed their website or otherwise "moved" the document from its original location. DOIs have two parts -- a prefix that indicates the publisher or source of the material, and a unique alphanumeric identifier for documents from that publisher. Most (but not all) SPE papers have DOI links.
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...Help:Champion pending tasks (Redirected from ...Help:Moderator pending tasks) Active Moderated Pages: These need to be reviewed by you. See also ...Help:Champion_tasks_How_to_complete_a_moderation_task. Active Moderated Pages: These need to be reviewe...
The Magic Line is a red line with a handle that appears when you hover your mouse over any otherwise inaccessible place in an active editor. Some document elements make placing the cursor in their vicinity problematic. This pertains to, for example, images, tables or div elements that start or end a document, lists, or even adjacent horizontal lines. Magic Line helps overcome these limitations. It causes a red line with a handle (Magic Line handle) to appear when you hover your mouse over any such otherwise inaccessible place in an active editor.