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Help:Conceptos básicos

Auf Appropedia help findest du eine Liste aller Artikel zum Thema Hilfe.

Ein Wiki hinzuzufügen ist kinderleicht! Tippe es einfach ein, genauso wie bei einer E-Mail. Wenn du mehr tun willst, dann lese weiter unten die Informationenen zur Formatierung einer Seite. Und du kannst uns auch immer eine Nachricht schreiben und wir formatieren deine Seite für dich.

Eine neue Seite erstellen

Es gibt zwei Wege eine neue Seite zu erstellen:

  1. Durchsuche Appropedia in der linken Suchbox. Wenn die Suche keine Ergebnisse findet, klicke auf den roten Link, der sagt: "create this page".
  2. Wenn du eine Seite erstellen willst und diese mit einer bereits vorhandenen Seite verknüpfen möchtest, dann erstelle einen Link (z.B. benutze [[Seite die du erstellen willst]]). Dann kannst du die Seite speichern. Nachdem die Seite gespeichert ist, ist der Link den du erstellt hast ein "redlink" zu der Seite die du erstellen möchtest. Indem du auf den redlink klickst, kannst du anfangen deine neue Seite zu erstellen (und vergesse nicht diese zu speichern).


Die Namensgebung ist abhängig vom jeweiligen Fall. Nur der erste Buchstabe wird immer automatisch groß geschrieben. Schreibe nicht alle Wörter groß, wenn es kein Eigenname ist. Z.B. benutze Natural paint basics, und nicht Natural Paint Basics.

Für Anleitungen wie man Projecte und andere Arten von Seiten nennen sollte, siehe Help:Page naming.


Du kannst die Wiki-Textbearbeitung benutzen um deinen Text zu formatiren. Diese besteht aus einfachen Zeichen wie Sternen, Anführungszeichen und Klammern, die alle eine bestimmte Bedeutung in Wiki haben (meistens abhängig von ihrer Position). Zum Beispiel um ein Wort kursiv zu schreiben, setzt du es einfach in Anführungszeichen! So wie ''hier'' !


Appropedia ignores normal line breaks. To start a new paragraph, leave an empty line. You can also start a newline with the HTML tag <br>.

Formatting Marks

Description You type You get
applies anywhere
Italify text ''italic'' italic
Bold text '''bold''' bold
Bold and italic '''''bold & italic''''' bold & italic
Big <big>BIG</big> BIG
Small <small>small</small> small
Escape wiki markup <nowiki>no ''markup''</nowiki> no ''markup''
only at the beginning of the line

of different sizes

==level 1==
===level 2===
====level 3====
=====level 4=====

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Horizontal rule (use sparingly)


Bullet list

* one
* two
* three

  • one
  • two
  • three
Numbered list

# one
# two
# three

  1. one
  2. two
  3. three
Definition list

:item 1
:item 2

item 1
item 2
Preformatted text

  a space at the
  beginning of the line
  preformatted text

a space at the 
beginning of the line 
preformatted text

Main article: Help:Tables

| 1 || 2
| 3 || 4
1 2
3 4
Signature (use this to sign comments) ~~~~ Username Time, Date (Zone)


Description You type You get
Internal link [[Page]] Page
Piped link [[Page|different text]] different text
External link http://mediawiki.org http://mediawiki.org
External link,

different title

[http://mediawiki.org MediaWiki] MediaWiki
External link,


[http://mediawiki.org] [1]
Wikipedia link {{WP|Appropriate technology}} Appropriate technologyDEPRECATED TEMPLATE - PLEASE USE {{W}} INSTEAD.

Here are some variations of two important types of links in Appropedia: internal links to other pages in the wiki - including files (such as pictures) and external links to other websites.

To add an internal link, enclose the name of the page you want to link to in double square brackets. When you save the page, you'll see the new link pointing to your page. If the page exists already, it is displayed in blue, empty pages are displayed in red.

The first letter of the target page is automatically capitalized and spaces are represented as underscores (typing an underscore in the link has the same effect as typing a space, but is not recommended).

External links are in the form [http://www.example.org link name] (resulting in link name), with the link name separated from the URL by a space. Links without link names will be numbered: [http://www.example.org] becomes [1]. Links with no square brackets will be displayed in their entirety: http://www.example.org .


Some HTML-Tags are allowed in Appropedia, for example <code>, <div>, <span> and <font>.


Appropedia strongly encourages the use of supporting media to make articles more informative. Media that supports multilingual learning is also encouraged. Following are some instructions and guidelines on including media in your page.


Before uploading, please ensure that you have rights to upload and redistribute the file(s) in question and that you in turn grant these rights to others.

  1. Save a file on your computer and remember where, i.e. what folder.
    • Make sure to give it a unique name, such as your projectname_description.jpg
    • For photos: Save the photo with no dimension greater than 800 pixels, and do less if big is not necessary
    • For photos: Save the photo rotated in the proper orientation
  2. In Appropedia, click the "Upload a file" link located in the "toolbox" menu on the left
  3. Click the "Browse..." button in the "Upload file" page, and browse to the file you saved
  4. Choose the file
    • This will fill the Source and Destination Name of that file into the corresponding text fields.
  5. Enter a summary. (this step is optional but considerate)
    • This summary section is a great place to indicate why you have rights to post the file
  6. Then press the "Upload file" button to finish the upload. This may take some time if you have a slow internet connection.

The preferred formats are JPEG for photographic images, PNG for drawings and other iconic images, and OGG for sounds. Please name your files descriptively to avoid confusion.

Please note that as with wiki pages, others may edit your uploads (and admins may delete them) if they think it serves the project, and you may be blocked from uploading if you abuse the system.

Once your file is uploaded you will probably want to put it in your page.

Avoid huge image files

Huge image files should be avoided - it puts a load on the servers and makes pages load slowly (especially in remote or underdeveloped areas). Usually the file should be compressed to 100 kB or less (200 kB or less for a very large or detailed picture). Raw photos from digital cameras can be more than 1 MB, which is much too large.

An image editing tool can help you make it smaller. An excellent free program for Windows users is Faststone.Here are some instructions for the mac, the file sizes are reported to be a little bigger, but it should work.


To put your picture (file) in your page, you link to it by placing double brackets around the name of the file page (as if it was another Appropedia page). For instance if you just uploaded a file named AEFprevfilt2.jpg, you would put double brackets around image:AEFprevfilt2.jpg.

Description You type You get
Just the picture [[Image:AEFprevfilt2.jpg]] AEFprevfilt2.jpg
Thumbnailed [[Image:AEFprevfilt2.jpg|thumb]]
Thumbnailed with caption [[Image:AEFprevfilt2.jpg|thumb|Fig 1: Cleaning out the old filter]]
Fig 1: Cleaning out the old filter
Thumbnailed with
caption and location
[[Image:AEFprevfilt2.jpg|thumb|left|Fig 1: Cleaning out the old filter]]
Fig 1: Cleaning out the old filter
Gallery <gallery>
Image:AEFprevfilt2.jpg|Fig 1: Cleaning out the old filter
Image:AEFprevfilt2.jpg|Fig 1a: This would be cooler as a different photo
Image:AEFprevfilt2.jpg|Fig 1b: This would be cooler as a different different photo

See Wikipedia:Wikipedia:Picture_tutorial for more options.

More info

See Wikipedia:How to edit a page and Wikipedia:Help:Contents/Editing Wikipedia

If you have a technical question which is not answered here, you may wish to check the help pages on Wikipedia (as Appropedia and Wikipedia use the same software); or please ask at the Technical questions page or the Village pump - we'll be glad to help!

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