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*<code><nowiki>{{subst:Name}}</nowiki></code> inserts the content of the template into the code of the page in a form that is editable normally <nowiki>"[[Template:Name]]"</nowiki> after you have saved your text.  
 
*<code><nowiki>{{subst:Name}}</nowiki></code> inserts the content of the template into the code of the page in a form that is editable normally <nowiki>"[[Template:Name]]"</nowiki> after you have saved your text.  
 
*<code><nowiki>{{msgnw:Name}}</nowiki></code> when the page containing it is fetched, includes the template in a form that displays it as raw wiki syntax, like <code><nowiki>&lt;nowiki&gt;</nowiki></code> does
 
*<code><nowiki>{{msgnw:Name}}</nowiki></code> when the page containing it is fetched, includes the template in a form that displays it as raw wiki syntax, like <code><nowiki>&lt;nowiki&gt;</nowiki></code> does
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===Semantic Internal Objects===
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Some of the templates in the wiki have embedded within them [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Internal_Objects semantic internal objects]. At the end of such templates, you will see additional code starting with <nowiki>{{Set Internal ... }}</nowiki>.  This allows the wiki assign [http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Properties_and_types semantic properties] to the template variables.  Please do not change the names of template variables or edit the semantic internal object portion of the template.
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===Control template inclusion===
 
===Control template inclusion===
 
You can control template inclusion by the use of <code><nowiki><noinclude></nowiki></code> and
 
You can control template inclusion by the use of <code><nowiki><noinclude></nowiki></code> and
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  <div class="NavHead" style="text-align:left; background-color:#99DDFF"><font size="3">Semantic Mediawiki</font></div>
 
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===About===
 
We use templates to control the layout of our pages.
 
  
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==References==
 
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Revision as of 17:57, 30 October 2012

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Welcome to QMRAwiki! We really appreciate your insights and contributions to this website. Anyone can freely browse QMRAwiki. To contribute to QMRAwiki, you must create an account. Click log in/create account (top left) and follow the easy steps. Send us an email camra@msu.edu with your user name, and we will then allow you to make edits.

It is easy to start editing wiki pages. Just click on the “edit” tab at the top of a wiki page, or if there are several sections on one page, you can click on the section-edit link to make edits on that section. Then it will bring you to a page which contains the editable wiki text of this current page. In this text box, you can type in text using the wiki markup language which will be illustrated in the following. You can add tables or upload images to the QMRAwiki as well.

Some pages cannot be edited directly. However, every page has a 'talk' (or 'discussion') page, which you can access by clicking the 'discussion' tab near the top. If you want to change a page but cannot edit it, please mention it the discussion page, and our staff editors will implement it.

QMRAwiki runs on MediaWiki software, just like Wikipedia. The full MediaWiki documentation will help you on QMRAwiki also. Wikipedia also has a very helpful quick reference for editing.

References

  1. Eco U, 1990. Death in gerbils, mediated by O. sumiomis. Journal of Irreproducible Results 24(3):123.
  2. Torgerson JL, Hobart IV, (2011) Journal of Postmortem Studies, 34 (13) 1365-1367.
  3. Umberto UU, Oxnard QT, Rehoboth ILB (2012) Journal of Non-Mundane Behavior, 34 (13), 1365-1563.