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Missing descriptions 3 months 1 week ago #1

  • Peter_S
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The search/replace function in the control panel is very powerful, but unfortunately not self-explanatory. Is there a description available somewhere?

BTW: A description of all markup language options would be helpful as well.

Is there still an available link to the old descriptions in the former webtrees Wiki?

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Missing descriptions 3 months 1 week ago #2

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BTW: A description of all markup language options would be helpful as well.


webtrees now uses Markdown. A description can be found here.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown
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Missing descriptions 3 months 1 week ago #3

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> webtrees now uses Markdown. A description can be found here

Specifically, we use the "CommonMark" standard - with the "tables" extension.
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Missing descriptions 1 month 5 days ago #4

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> Specifically, we use the "CommonMark" standard - with the "tables" extension.

Hmm - I'm still confused. What's the "tables" extension?

Should tables be formatted like:
.start_formatted_area.
.b.Name|.b.Age
NN|99
.end_formatted_area.

or
Name|Age
---|---
NN|99
{ö} Erik Bachmann

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Missing descriptions 1 month 5 days ago #5

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The ".start_formatted_area" is a legacy format, created by webtrees 1.

webtrees 2 will still recognise the legacy format, but it is recommended to use the markdonw (e.g. "---|---") format.
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