- 1 A place for me to play!
- 2 this header 1
- 3 Assignment
- 4 Question
- 5 Question
- 6 Questions
- 7 Portfolio Activity
- 8 Media
- 9 Thoughts for the discussion groups
- 10 Bits'n'Pieces
- 11 Playing with other templates
A place for me to play!
what does this do? - ok - i want to box something like this but be able to format too ... hmmm
ok how about this
//this is a test of this//
this is formatted using the <pre> code
using a space
This is preformatted using a space at the beginning of the line
using code from wikispaces
This will display the link with the slash ("/") like this: /Tiger, which may be a bit confusing to some readers.
There are two ways you can fix this. Either
- Add an extra slash: [[/Tiger/]] at the end of your link (which "tells" the wiki software not to display the preceding slash) or
- create a piped link, for example: [[/Tiger|Tiger]]. This is useful when the page link contains a number of slash arguments, or you want to display a more descriptive title to the user. Both of these methods will result in a link like this:
This is actually a subpage of the current page.
- Insert an image already on wikieducator & resize
- Upload and insert an image & resize
- Create a gallery
Playing with eXe templates
I seem to have had some problems formatting when i had the images separated with "" and "" around them
Thoughts for the discussion groups
Table for writing instructions
Criteria for writing instructions
a) Purpose The title shows which crystals will be grown.
b) Equipment All the equipment needed to play the game.
c) Steps All the things that have to be done are recorded and each step is written on a new line.
e) Logical sequence The steps are in the same order of how the game is played.
f) Verbs Each step begins with the action word that tells the reader what to do.
g) Present tense All instructions are written in the present tense.
h) Illustrations Instructions can have pictures. The pictures add understanding to the instructions.