Wiki Markup Language ReferenceThe FitNesse markup language is straightforward to learn, and powerful enough to enable you to create richly-formatted and customized wiki pages. Below is a reference of so-called "widgets" for formatting text and accomplishing other things on wiki pages.
|Setting a word or phrase in italics.
|Setting a word or phrase in bold.
|Putting a strike through a word or phrase.
|Setting the style of some text.
|Add a cross reference to another page.
|Setting a line as a title or section header.
|Generate a table of contents of all headers from within a wiki page.
|Centering a line.
|Making a note.
|Drawing a horizontal separator.
|Placing a picture or image.
|Creating a hyperlink to an external webpage.
|Links Within Pages
|Creating links to anchors within the same page.
|Wiki page links
|Creating a hyperlink to an internal wiki page.
|Turning reqular words or images into links
|Creating bullet lists and numbered lists
|Preventing text from being interpreted.
|Setting text as preformatted monofont
|Putting comments in markup text.
|Defining and expressing variables
|Marking a line as a directory path.
|Creating lookup tables.
|Plain Text Tables
|Creating tables from plain text without vertical strokes
|Making a section of content collapsable and expandable
|Table of Contents
|Generate a table of contents for a Sub Wiki.
|Pulling the content from one page into another.
|Displaying the help property for the page.
|Last Modification Time
|Showing the time that a page was last modified.
|Showing todays date in various formats and styles.
|Nesting markup within other markup elements.