There are currently four different markup options on CurseForge. Each one is different and will be covered in more detail below.
Curse Wiki is modeled after MediaWiki's markup. As a result most of MediaWiki's standard usage will apply.
Most notable difference is the lack of simple linking, i.e. [SubPage] won't render properly.
Also Image links won't work. There may be others that I'm not aware of (I didn't write the current implementation), so please make me aware of them.
In the future I plan to do a full rewrite of the parser engine to fix these and other issues.
The following BBCode tags are supported:
- [b] : Bold
- [i] : Italic
- [u] : Underline
- [s] :
- [link] : A hyper link
- [url] : a url
- [quote] : quoting
- [img] : displays an image
- [wiki] : Displays a wikipedia search link.
- [google] : Displays a google search link.
- [dict] or [dictionary] : looks up a word via dictionary.com
- [list] : opens a list
- [*] : a item in a list
- [code] : a preformatted code block
This allows you to use a subset of html in your postings.
You may use the following attributes:
Just what it sounds like. This simply escapes characters, urlizes links, replaces newlines with a br tag and wraps paragraphs with p tags.
WikiCreole attempts to be a universal wiki markup language to be used across different wiki software. It is far more standardized and sane than many other wiki formats, especially MediaWiki and Curse Wiki. We hope for it to be an adequate successor to Curse Wiki on curseforge and wowace.
More information can be found at http://www.wikicreole.org
Unlike the old and incomplete Curse Wiki, we properly support linking within a project and also to other projects. e.g. [[Ace3:Getting Started]] would actually link to Ace3's getting started page (if on the WoW game or wowace) or [[WoW/Ace3:Getting Started]] otherwise.