Difference: WikiName (1 vs. 7)

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Wiki Name

Your name, usually your first and last name connected without a space.

For example, Tim Berners-Lee's WikiName is TimBernersLee.

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ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main web. When you sign your username in a topic, prefix it with Main. (including the dot). That is, write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest, your personal home page in the Main web. For convenience, your signature is also provided for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
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ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the profile pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main web. When you sign your username in a topic, prefix it with Main. (including the dot). That is, write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest, your personal profile page in the Main web. For convenience, your signature is also provided for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
  DONE Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special %USERSWEB% variable prefix for user names, for example, %USERSWEB%.TWikiGuest.

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Wiki Name

 Your name, usually your first and last name connected without a space.

For example, Tim Berners-Lee's WikiName is TimBernersLee.

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 ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main web. When you sign your username in a topic, prefix it with Main. (including the dot). That is, write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest, your personal home page in the Main web. For convenience, your signature is also provided for copying and pasting when editing a topic.

DONE Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special %USERSWEB% variable prefix for user names, for example, %USERSWEB%.TWikiGuest.

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Related topics: WikiSyntax, WikiWord, WikiNotation, TextFormattingRules, TWikiRenderingShortcut, TWikiShorthand, UserDocumentationCategory

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Wiki name

Your name, usually your first and last name connected without a space.

For example, Tim Berners-Lee's WikiName is TimBernersLee.

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ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main web. When you sign your username in a topic, prefix it with Main. (including the dot). That is, write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest, your personal home page in the Main web. For convenience, your signature is also provided for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
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ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main web. When you sign your username in a topic, prefix it with Main. (including the dot). That is, write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest, your personal home page in the Main web. For convenience, your signature is also provided for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
 
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DONE Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special %MAINWEB% variable prefix for user names, for example, %MAINWEB%.TWikiGuest.
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DONE Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special %USERSWEB% variable prefix for user names, for example, %USERSWEB%.TWikiGuest.

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Wiki name

 Your name, usually your first and last name connected without a space.

For example, Tim Berners-Lee's WikiName is TimBernersLee.

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ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic, however the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main TWiki web. Prepend  Main. when you sign your username in a topic - write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest, your personal topic page in the Main TWiki web. This will ensure that your personal topic page is linked to at it's location in the Main TWiki web. For convenience, your signature is also provided to you for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
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ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main web. When you sign your username in a topic, prefix it with Main. (including the dot). That is, write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest, your personal home page in the Main web. For convenience, your signature is also provided for copying and pasting when editing a topic.
 
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DONE Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special %MAINWEB% variable to prepend to user names, for example, %MAINWEB%.TWikiGuest.
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DONE Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special %MAINWEB% variable prefix for user names, for example, %MAINWEB%.TWikiGuest.

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Your name in WikiNotation. Usually your first and last name connected togther.
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Your name, usually your first and last name connected without a space.
  For example, Tim Berners-Lee's WikiName is TimBernersLee.
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HELP The home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main web. Prepend  Main. when you sign your username in a topic - write Main.guest to link to Main.guest.
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ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic, however the home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main TWiki web. Prepend  Main. when you sign your username in a topic - write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest, your personal topic page in the Main TWiki web. This will ensure that your personal topic page is linked to at it's location in the Main TWiki web. For convenience, your signature is also provided to you for copying and pasting when editing a topic.

DONE Though rarely used in common practice, you can use the special %MAINWEB% variable to prepend to user names, for example, %MAINWEB%.TWikiGuest.

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 Your name in WikiNotation. Usually your first and last name connected togther.
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For example, Bill Clinton's WikiName is BillClinton.
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For example, Tim Berners-Lee's WikiName is TimBernersLee.
 
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Note: All users are in the TWiki.Main web. Prepend the "Main" name if you write a username in a topic, i.e. write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest.
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HELP The home pages of registered users on this site are stored in the Main web. Prepend  Main. when you sign your username in a topic - write Main.guest to link to Main.guest.

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Your name in WikiNotation. Usually your first and last name connected togther.

For example, Bill Clinton's WikiName is BillClinton.

Note: All users are in the TWiki.Main web. Prepend the "Main" name if you write a username in a topic, i.e. write Main.TWikiGuest to link to TWikiGuest.

 
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