editing the contents of a wiki page

Cookbook /
RowspanInSimpleTables  Markup to add a rowspan attribute on a simple table cell (Stable)
SectionEdit  Split a wiki page into separately editable sections with an edit link for each section (Stable)
SectionInclude  Adds a sectioninclude markup that works like include but you can click to edit the included page. (stable)
SideNotes  Create "Side Notes" for jotting down notes
SpellChecker  How to enable spell-cheking on a wiki
StringReplace  link or form markup for replacing text strings in pages (beta)
SwitchToAndFromDraft  Provide a sidebar or PageActions link to switch to/from -Draft pages (Quo)
TableEdit  Interactive table editor (first version)
Tabulate  Handles tab-delimited tables so you can cut and paste to and from spreadsheet applications (beta)
TemplateMarkupTricks  Various ways of using templates to facilitate the creation of new pages (using standard PmWiki markup)
Text2Tbl  Provide a way to convert arbitrarily structured text to table markup and provide conversion of simple tables to advanced. (alpha)
TimeZones  Display all dates and times in user selectable timezone and format (alpha)
ToggleEdit  easier addition of toggle-markup. (beta)
TrackChanges  Ways to more easily detect and verify all recent edits
TrueLatex  Enables interpretation and rendering of real LaTeX markups in PmWiki. Support for XeLaTex included in v1.8. (Working perfectly. Very simple to use, customizable and comes with lots of options.)
UniversalEditButton  Provide support for the Universal Edit Button in PmWiki (Beta)
UserConfigurations  How can users customise an edit form for their personal use, and customise other settings like access keys?
ViewDiff  Compare arbitrary revisions and view a particular version. (Beta)
WikiRefactoring  Steps and methods to refactor and re-organize a wiki
WikiSmileys  Add graphical smileys to the markup
Wikiwyg  Integrate Wikiwyg into PmWiki for WYSIWYG editing (pre-alpha)
Worse  Simple WYSIWYG editing for PmWiki (experimental)
XMLRPC  How to communicate with PmWiki via the XML-RPC protocol
ZAP  The ZAP forms processor handles data and file management, page insertions (forums, blogs), email & newsletters, e-commerce, and more. (Stable (relies on latest Beta version of PmWiki))

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