Difference: WikiName (r7 vs. r6)

Wiki Name

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

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

ALERT! Your name is also a potentially valid WikiWord when used within a topic. However the home 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 home 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.

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

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