Sometimes you want to show a !-WikiWord-! without having it turn into a link. Or sometimes you might want to show some wiki markup text such as !-'''bold'''-! without having the markup take effect. To do this you use the ''literal'' markup text. Any text enclosed in '''!-!--!''' and '''-!''' will be treated as a literal and will not be processed for wiki words or other markup widgets. This is also a "cool" way to add HTML to a wiki page. |!c '''Markup Text'''|!c '''Displays as'''| |!-!-WikiWord-!-!|!-WikiWord-!| |!-!-'''bold'''-!-!|!-'''bold'''-!| |!-!-<i>hello</i>-!-!|!-<i>hello</i>-!| If you want to show HTML rather than have it rendered you can surround it in &bang;< and >&bang; |!c '''Markup Text'''|!c '''Displays as'''| |&bang;<<i>hello</i>>&bang;|!-<i>hello</i>-!|
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