To create a page on Swyde about a science topic, simply search for the non-existent page and follow the create link that appears in the search result. Or head over to the home page and use the create new page form to start creating a page. Once you are in the creation page, use the following format as reference and start creating your content. Images and other media files can be uploaded here.
== Explanation ==
A clear, concise explanation of the topic.
A clear, concise explanation of the topic. If applicable, images can be uploaded here.
Frequently Asked Questions
The most common question
An in-depth answer, explaining the notions. With appropriate citations, examples, and helpful illustrations.
The next common question
Another awesome in-depth answer following a neat flow. If templates are necessary, use them.
To start editing a content, click on the edit button that appears next to the section heading. If you don't see one, click on the Edit this page button at the bottom of the page. Clicking this will take you to the editor page where you can improve the content. If a conflict arises, resolve it in the talk page of the topic in a humane manner.
Discussing a topic is as easy as creating one. Every page on Swyde has an associated Talk page. MediaWiki engine provides this namespace for combining the topic and its discussions together. Click on the Discuss this page button at the bottom of a page to get to the associated talk page. To discuss a new topic simply append the talk page with a level 2 heading and a description, followed by your signature using four tildes(~~~~). To reply to anyone, indent your response with a : sign (: indents once. :: indents twice and so on). Here is how a discussion would look like in a wikitext and when it renders as you click Save page.
== The mystery of a fallen apple! ==
I was sitting under an apple tree the other day. As I was slipping into my sleep slowly, an apple fell on my head. Why did the apple fall? - ~~~~
The mystery of a fallen apple!I was sitting under an apple tree the other day. As I was slipping into my sleep slowly, an apple fell on my head. Why did the apple fall? -