You can create headings by starting and ending a line with up to five equal signs. The heading text is between those markers, separated by a single space.
Headings are useful because they help divide a page's content. Headings also show up in the [[TableOfContents]] macro, thus improve readability on longer pages. Headings, when used next to a thumbnailed image, "clear" the text and create a functional break in the text flow.
For more information on the possible markup, see Help on Editing.
= Heading = == Subheading == === Level 3 === ==== Level 4 ==== ===== Level 5 =====
Note that proper section numbering requires you to order sections according to a valid structure, i.e. correctly nested. Our sample doesn't do this, so you get a different numbering scheme than you might expect.
You'll want to use the biggest header, = Big one =, for creating your initial sections then smaller headers for sub-sections, accordingly.
To indent a headline just but a space (or multiple spaces) in front of it:
== indented == == not indented ==
This is useful for organizing headers. The more spaces you put in front of a headline the more it's indented.
You can insert a horizontal rule by placing a series of dashes into the page:
hey! ----- something else.
As long as there's more than 4 dash signs the number of dashes doesn't matter.