Instructions for editors / authors

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 Authored by: Ralph P. Braun     ·  Karsten Hoffmeyer

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Description This page provides basic instructionsThis glossary term has not yet been described. for the use of the wikitext syntax on dermoscopediaDermoscopedia is the name of this website and is providing state of knowledge information concerning dermoscopy - a non invasive diagnostic method. for editors / authors.
Author(s) Ralph P. Braun · Karsten Hoffmeyer
Owner Karsten Hoffmeyer→ send e-mail
Status editing
Status update June 6, 2017
Status by Karsten Hoffmeyer
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General instructions:

Always make sure that you are logged in (upper right corner). If you don't have the login information please contact me.

Once logged in you will land on your personal author page and if you scroll down you can see all your chapters.

Click "edit" (on the right) and then edit the chapter

Always remember to click "save chapter"

Specialized help pages:



Help pages we have prepared for you:
Help pagePage summary
How to confirm your e-mailThis page explains how toGives basic instructions and directions to someone on the methods for doing or making something. confirm the emailThis glossary term has not yet been described. of your user accountThis glossary term has not yet been described. at dermoscopedia.
How to handle files (uploading and using files)This page explains the basic handling on how to upload files to dermoscopedia and how to insert them into pages.
How to onbord new usersThis page explains how to onbord new users by creating an account for them.
How to recover the account passwordThis page explains how to recover the passwordThis glossary term has not yet been described. of your user account at dermoscopedia.

Videos:

Hosted on Youtube

You can insert the following code anywhere where you would like for a video hosted on YouTube and replace the X's with the YouTube ID of the video.

{{YouTube|id=XXXXXXXXXX}}


Example
{{YouTube|id=O_j3b2DaLp0}}
shows as

Hosted on Vimeo

You can insert the following code anywhere where you would like for a video hosted on Vimeo and replace the X's with the Vimeo ID of the video.

{{Vimeo|id=XXXXXXXXX}}


Example
{{Vimeo|id=86505646}}
shows as

Hosted on dermoscopedia

You can insert the following code anywhere where you would like for a video hosted on dermoscopedia and replace the ?'s with the file name and the file extension of the video uploaded here.

{{Video|name=??????.???}}
Example
{{Video|name=Roundhay_Garden_Scene.ogg}}

Hosted elsewhere

You can insert the following code anywhere where you would like for a video hosted welswhere and replace the ?'s with the URL, the file name and the file extension of the video uploaded elsewhere.

{{Video|url=https://path/to/file/??????.???}}
Example
{{Video|url=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e6/Roundhay_Garden_Scene.ogv}}
shows as

Links:

If you would like to insert a link pls insert the following syntax to the text in the wiki editor:

[http://www.example.org Link label]


Example
[http://www.dermoscopedia.org Link to {{Provider}}]

will show as: Link to dermoscopedia

http://www.dermoscopedia.org

will show as http://www.dermoscopedia.org

References:

References are automatically inserted by dermoscopedia. Please post the following syntax in the editor and replace the X's with the PUBMED ID (PMID) which is listed with every reference:

{{PubMed|XXXXXXXXXX}}

The wiki will then take care of the rest and automatically insert the reference at the end of the article.


Example

If you place the following text in the wiki

{{PubMed|28515989}}

The wiki will automatically replace this with the reference number and add the full reference at the end of the article.

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  1. Cusick et al.: Laugier-Hunziker syndrome: a case of asymptomatic mucosal and acral hyperpigmentation. Dermatol Pract Concept 2017;7:27-30. PMID: 28515989. DOI.