User:Sack36/archive20080828

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To see my previous page go to User:Sack36/archive-intro

Some helpful links:

links to other pages/parts of pages[edit]

Wikipedia:Manual of Style#Italics is a link to a section within another page.

  1. Links and URLs is a link to another section on the current page.
  2. example is a link to an anchor that was created using

an id attribute

   * The part after the number sign (#) must match a section heading on the page. Matches must be exact in terms of spelling, case, and punctuation. Links to non-existent sections are not broken; they are treated as links to the top of the page.
   * Identifiers may be created by attaching an id="..."> attribute to almost any HTML element. This doesn't work with legacy browsers.
   * Include "| Link title" to create a stylish link-title.
   

[[Wikipedia:Manual of Style#Italics]] 
is a link to a section within another
page.

[[#Links and URLs]] is a link
to another section on the 
current page.

[[#example]] is a link to an anchor that was created using
<div id="example">an id attribute</div>

Wikisaurus links to wiktionary[edit]

Tool tips in wikisaurus link to definitions in wiktionary.

Wikisaurus will look like this:
{{ws|argument|N2}}

Wiktionary will look like this:
#<div id="N2">definition of argument</div>

The code should not change positioning or look of anchor page.
Wikisaurus page: the synonym with that tool tip will have a line under it.