The Wiki Style is the style used to edit wiki pages in all MediaWiki wikis. This is the most important thing to know for Wikipedians and other Wiki-ers alike, so read it carefully. Bookmarking this page is suggested, as you can refer to it if you forget the style.
Start with a second-level heading (==); don't use first-level headings (=).
Don't skip levels (for example, second-level followed by fourth-level).
A Table of Contents will automatically be added to an article that has four or more sections. Add __NOTOC__ at the top of the edit page to get rid of the table of contents on that page. Add __TOC__ anywhere in the page to move the table of contents to that part of the page.
Internally, the first letter of the target page is automatically capitalized and spaces are represented as underscores (typing an underscore in the link has the same effect as typing a space, but is not recommended).
Thus the link above is to the URLinheriwiki.gotdns.com/wiki/Eldest, which is the ITW article with the name "Eldest".
The part after the number sign (#) must match a section heading on the page. Matches must be exact in terms of spelling, case, and punctuation. Links to non-existent sections are not broken; they are treated as links to the top of the page.
[[Eldest#Plot Summary]] is a link
to a section within another page.
[[#Links and URLs]] is a link
to a section on the current page.
Please do not create a new article without linking to it from at least one other article.
[[Example]] is a page
that does not exist yet.
Redirect one article title to another by placing a directive like the one shown to the right on the first line of the article (such as at a page titled "Alagaesia").
Note that, while it is possible to link to a section, it is not possible to redirect to a section. For example, "#REDIRECT [[Eragon (book)#movie]]" will redirect to the Eragon (book) page, but not to any particular section on it. This feature is very unlikely to be implemented in the future, so such redirects should not be used.
To put an article in a Category, place a link like the one to the right anywhere in the article. It does not matter where you put these links while editing as they will always show up in the same place when you save the page, but placement at the end of the edit box is recommended.
Two ways to link to external (non-wiki) sources:
Unnamed link:  (only used within article body for footnotes)