How To Edit Pages

This website is a wiki, which means anyone can edit the content. Once you have joined the site, you can begin creating and editing pages. You can create a new page with the "Add a new page" module in the left sidebar. Then, you can begin editing the page and adding tags with the links towards the bottom of the new page.

A box will pop up where you can enter and format text, pictures, video, and sound. Above this box there are three rows of buttons that will assist you with formatting. There are buttons for text size, justifications, links, embeds, lists, mathematical equations, and HTML. Below this box are two useful links. The first describes the syntax (language) that WikiDot uses to make formatting easier. The second is a collection of code snippets that allows pages to be more versatile and dynamic. Here is a list of things that can be embedded within pages.

Please visit Documentation pages to learn more. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us with the link on the drop-down menu.

Our standard…

When you take notes in class, don't waste time with a pen and paper. Type your notes: its easier, quicker, and more manageable. If you already have notes that are handwritten, there is a technology called optical character recognition that can convert them into editable text. This can be done at this website.

Pages should be titled with the 4-letter class code and the 4-number class level (i.e. RMIN 4000). They should also be tagged with relevant tags (i.e. risk management, business).

When you create a page, you should also create a link to that page from it's directory pages. For example, if you just added ACCT 2101, you should go to the "Business" and "Accounting" pages and create links to the new page.

How to embed…

You can share a document with Google Docs, which we strongly recommend. First, create a new document in Google Docs or upload a document from your computer. Then choose to share the document and publish it as a webpage. Then you will be given a URL which can be linked to from this site. (Example)

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