Borrowed from http://mini.net/tcl/14
- You can refer to another page by putting its name in square brackets like this: [PAGE]. Note that it is not necessary for the words inside the brackets to have the same case as the original page. It is, however, necessary for the specific white spacing to be the same.
- URLs will automatically be recognized and underlined: http://your.site/contents.html
- If you put URLs in square brackets, they'll be shown as a tiny reference  instead. In this situation, the system assumes that any url ending in .jpg, .png, or .gif is an image and displays it inline.
- URL methods recognized are:
- Surround text by pairs of single quotes to make it display in italic
- Surround text by triples of single quotes to make it display in bold
- Surround text by quintuples of single quotes to make it display in bold italic
Adding structure to your text:
- Lines of text are normally joined, with empty lines used to delineate paragraphs
- Lines starting with three spaces, a "*", and another space are shown as bulleted items. The entire item must be entered as one line (possibly wrapping).
- Lines starting with three spaces, a "1.", and another space are shown as a numbered list. Each numbered item must be entered as one logical line.
- first numbered bullet
- second numbered bullet
- Lines starting with three spaces, item tag name, ":", three spaces, and then the item tag body (entered as 1 logical line) are shown as tagged lists.
- All other lines beginning with white space are shown as is - no highlighting, reference generating, or even text wrapping occur.
However, just to keep you on your toes, even in this literal mode, http://wiki.tcl.tk/ style URLs are recognized and turned into active links.
- Put four or more dashes on a line to get a horizontal separator, like the "----" below:
To get more than one highlight on a single line, you can use returns to break the line in separate physicial lines. WiKit will concatenate them all into one. So if you do this (without indents):
I'm going to ''draw''
You'll end up with: I'm going to draw your attention.
It usually works (for non-pathological cases) just fine if you put everything on a single line.
Experiment on the Graffiti page if you want to check whether anything in particular will work.
Using brackets in your text can be done by doubling them, so [[ shows as [.