- You should start your article with a call of DT Article. The value you provide for index will be used as a sortkey for the category. This means that a HTML export will list articles in the sequence defined by the index. If you leave index empty the article name will be used, which means that the HTML export will arrange articles in alphabetical order. If you specify an index it will be shown in the header lines above the objects in the article.
- You can have more than one object definition within an article. All objects should have the same Type. Otherwise strange effects may occur.
- Every object definition must be started by a headline on level two which contains the object name. This is needed for references and for section editing. Replace ID? by the name of your object.
- Enter the name again after ID =
- Enter attribute values after the = sign (leaving one space)
- If you see a dot after the equal sign ( Attribute = . ) you must start your text in the next line.
Within such fields you can use complete wiki syntax.
Wiki headlines (like ===Headline===) MUST start on level THREE and all wiki headlines MUST be indented by at least one space.
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