While it implements internal linking with
[[link]], Wiki Page Links is an alternative plugin just for that functionality.
Be sure to disable the visual editor in the admin profile.
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[_] Use default icon for external links
[_] Use default icon for external HTTPS links
[_] Use default icon for attachment links
[_] Use default icon for broken internal links
Theme for code colorizing (aka. syntax highlighting) [Default: Dark]
Custom CSS ∞
google = http://www.google.com/search?q=$1 search = http://www.google.com/search?q=$1 wiki = http://$1.wikipedia.org/wiki/$2 en = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/$1 enwk = http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/$1 chindict = http://www.mdbg.net/chindict/chindict.php?wdqb=$1 wp = http://wow.gamepedia.com/$1 youtube = https://youtu.be/$1 isbn = https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/?field-isbn=$1 git-shell-random=https://github.com/spiralofhope/shell-random/tree/master$1 git-misc-configuration=https://github.com/spiralofhope/misc-configuration/tree/master$1 git-ruby-random=https://github.com/spiralofhope/ruby-random/tree/master$1 git-dos-random=https://github.com/spiralofhope/dos-random/tree/master$1
Syntax Highlighting ∞
It uses GeSHi. It works well.
- A basic block
You begin with a block, within which no BlogText markup will be processed. So things like bold or links will not work:
- Syntax highlighting
The list of supported languages can be found at within your blog (edit this URL). Here is an example for a shell script, using
You can also use things like
Table of Contents ∞
BlogText has it, and it works well.
Its output is displayed at the top of this page.
- If I wanted to display
>as the first character, I have to use >
- Display double-percents with %% (%%)
- TODO - I cannot figure out how to have %% (the double-percent comment syntax) displayed in a
preblock. I end up using
It seems that some unicode characters will get converted from their one-item character into their long-form code. For example, add ↖ and saving a draft will convert it to
Indenting nested lists ∞
This makes the source for lists vastly more readable.
If you have issues with a list, then try adding a bullet ending with %%. In the below example, I indicated them with
Another workaround is to put these lists between a tag.
<p>works. This example uses that.
- Note that invalid tags will work, but that's bad practice.
<div>does not work.
Character codes can still be used in links to display bars. ∞
Reserved page names ∞