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Le wiki est un document collaborativement édité. Ce tutoriel peut vous aiderà comprendre comment écrire sur le wiki en utilisant le logiciel de base.

Les pages suivantes montreront les fonctions du wiki, donnant une aide pour la présentation et le contenu, des informations à propos de la communauté, et des règles du wiki.

Il s'agit d'un tutoriel basique et non pas d'un manuel complet.

Présenter/mise en page

Présenter un article du wiki est un peu différent que d'écrire depuis un logiciel de traitement de texte standard. A la place d'un stricte (ce que tu vois est ce que tu obtiens), le wiki utilise des codes de texte pour créer des éléments de la page. Ce langage est connu sous le nom de "Wikitext" et est bâti pour éditer facilement.

Bold and italics

The most commonly used wiki tags are bold and italics. Bolding and italicizing are done by surrounding a word or phrase with multiple apostrophes ('):

You type You get
''italic'' italic



'''''bold italic'''''

bold italic

Headings and subheadings

Headings and subheadings are an easy way to improve the organization of an article. If you can see two or more distinct topics being discussed, you can break up the article by inserting a heading for each section.

Headings can be created like this:

  • == Heading ==
  • === Subheading ===

If an article has at least four headings, a table of contents will automatically be generated.


HTML code can be used in pages to produce more advanced formatting such as colors, tables, and edit page layout. However, you do not need to know HTML to use Wiki and follow formatting conventions.

Wiki links

Linking Wiki articles together is very important. These easily created links allow users to access information related to the article they are reading and greatly add to Wiki's utility.

When to link

The easiest way to learn when to link may be to look at Wiki articles for examples.

How to link

If you want to make a link to another Wiki page (called a wiki link) you have to put it in double square brackets, like this:

[[Aircraft]] = Aircraft

If you want the display text of the link to have a different title, you can do so by adding the pipe "|" divider (SHIFT + BACKSLASH on English-layout and other keyboards) followed by the alternative name. For example:

[[Target page|display text]] = display text

You can make a link to a specific section of a page like so:

[[Target page#Target section|display text]] = display text

If you want the display text of the link to appear in italics or bold, nest the double square brackets for the link within the multiple apostrophes that delimit the italicized or bold text, like this:

''[[Main Page]]'' = Main Page

Please check your links to ensure they point to the correct article.


You can also put the article in a category with others in a related topic. Just type [[Category:]], and put the name of the category between the colon and the brackets.

To make a link to a Category page (for example, as a reference for further research), simply put a colon (:) at the beginning of the "Category" tag, like this:


The above code would produce the following:



Pages need redirects if:

  • they have abbreviations (eg. HUD redirect to Head-up display).
  • they have symonyms (eg. FlightGear Wizard redirect to FlightGear Launch Control).

With redirects we can decrease the time people will need to find the article they were looking for. Most people get discouraged if they have to search to a long list of possible results.

To make a redirect, add the following code to an empty page: