//Also available in ((../Deutsch/WikiName Deutsch)), ((../Español/PalabraWiki Español)), ((../Français/NomWiki Français)), ((../Русский/ВикиИмя Русский))//
A WikiName is formed when two or more alphanumeric words are joined together with the first letter of each being uppercase. Valid examples would be:
When you write a WikiName on a page in Wacko it will automatically become a link to a page by that name, this saves you from having to remember long URLs and makes the creation of inter-page links simple. If we wrote the following on a page:
<[ My name is ~JohnSmith. ]>
That sentance would be rendered by Wacko for any clients reading the page as:
<[ My name is [[/JohnSmith JohnSmith]]. ]>
===Picking a User Name ==
Your username **must** be a valid Wiki page reference, which consists of two or more words smashed together (eg. ~HomePage, ~UserName). Easy, isn't it?
**WikiLinks** are disabled by default, because namespaces (clusters) are usually used.
With wikilinks disabled all internal links must be set in double brackets.
*|enabled |disabled |*
||Users/WikiAdmin |~((Users/WikiAdmin)) ||
To re-enable them, set ##disable_wikilinks = 0,## via config table or ((/Doc/English/AdminPanel Admin-Panel)) (Preferences -> Formatter).