Editing a Page

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Editing a page is very simple - as simple as editing a Microsoft Word document.
At the top of the edit page there is a row of buttons that allows you to do some of these jobs and more.


  • Add a new section - this is done by putting == tags either side of the County Name or using the A Level 2 Headline button in the editor


== Co. Cavan ==

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  • Add a new page - this is done by putting [[ tags either side of the Crag Name or using the Internal Link button in the editor


[[Coumshingaun, Co. Waterford]]

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  • Highlight/bold some text - this is done by putting'''


tags either side of the text or using the B button in the editor


'''Supercrack E1 5b'''

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  • Italicise some text - this is done by putting''


tags either side of the text or using the I button in the editor


'''Supercrack E1 5b'''

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  • New paragraph without a line space before it - this is done by typing<br>


at the end of a line followed by the Enter key once.


Supercrack E1 5b<br> Start at the holly tree


  • New paragraph with a single line space before it - this is done by typing Enter twice at the end of a line.


Finish easily up the broken ground above. Supercrack E1 5b


  • Upload an image - this is done by using the following tag:


[[Image:picturename.jpg]]

or you can use the "embedded file" button which gives you the template into which you can write the filename.

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Whichever you use, save the page. You will see a red link on the saved page and when you click it you are asked to upload the file. You can size it, thumbnail it, position it, title etc. Details are in the user guide above.

Here's an example: [[Image:Legspreader_burren_08.jpg|200px||left|Legspreader Scailp Na Seisri ]]

Legspreader Scailp Na Seisri


  • Put in a web link - this is done by using the following tag:


[http://www.climbing.ie Irish Climbing Online]
or the External Link Button RTENOTITLE Irish Climbing Online forum


  • Put in a google map - this is done by using the following tag:


<display_map>53.409238, -6.061471~Ireland's Eye</display_map>

<display_map>53.409238, -6.061471~Ireland's Eye</display_map>