WikiNinja’s Writer’s block

So close the holidays, Christmas and New Year's eve...
End of year is the ultimate time for contemplation. It makes a Ninja think.

And think...

And think...

And then the Wiki Ninja realises he got stuck with a Writer's block.

Code block?
Wiki: How to Insert Formatted Code on TechNet Wiki

Powershell block?
How to Insert Formatted Windows PowerShell Code on TechNet Wiki

Interesting quote block?
Then c
heck out the Wiki Article Syntax.
"In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice, there is." (Wise words by
Jan L. A. van de Snepscheut/Yogi Berra.)

But do not worry, it's Christmas and the Wiki has a solution for that: some nice advanced authoring features.
There are some nice and easy tags you can use in your Wiki article to easily link to other pages & URLs,  publish quotes.
Just like the gifts under the Christmas tree, they are part of that picture.

But you don't have to be Ninja, to like some more advanced layout for your article, stars and glittering, right?
Make it attractive, nice and quick!

Never get stuck on a block! 


[Ka-jah Shakaah!]*

(*) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

The Contemplating Ninja. 😉

Peter Geelen
CISSP, CISA, MCT, MVP Forefront Identity Manager
Community Lead - MS Security User Group Belgium

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Comments (5)

  1. Clever ninja! Talk about a writer's block! =^)

  2. Needed a push & poke from the Master Ninja to publish it…

  3. There's been a jump in views on this blog post. Thanks everyone! Did you come here for Peter's puns? =^)

    Please read the great Wiki articles he linked to (about code blocking on TechNet Wiki).

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