Adding a new link to an existing section is easy:
If you need to add a new section, rate a link, remove a link, fix a typo or add some explanation, you’ll need to edit the wiki pages.
To edit a page, follow the Edit this page link at the bottom and follow the examples set by other contributors. That’s the easiest way to learn it.
two backslashes force a linebreak\\ empty lines separate paragraphs [b]this[/b] is bold *this* is also bold [i]this[/i] is italic /this/ is also italic [u]this[/u] is underlined _this_ is also underlined * this is a list item ** this is an indented list item [[How to Edit this Site]] is an internal page link [http://example.org/ example] is an external link [url=http://example.org/]example[/url] is also an external link
If you provide a summary when editing, then people that have added the Links To Wisdom to their blog roll will usually see that summary for the latest edit.
If you decide to rate a link, either write a sentence explaining why the link is cool, or use stars by writing
:star: – this gets turned into a little star icon. Use the following table as a rough guide:
|I’ve read it and liked it. I might consider using it in my next campaign.|
|I’ve used this in a game and it worked as intended.|
|I use it in a game and it was great.|
If you want to improve the quality of the links, check out Wiki Maintenance.
If you want to publish something regarding this wiki, check out the Site License.
There is no quality police.
Individuals (you) are welcome to maintain headings and structure.
People who help improve the site are called Wiki Wardens.