Part of what makes wikis so user friendly and convenient is the use of links. Links can be created by either inserting a website and clicking the link button above or by inserting two '[' followed by the websites and finally two more ']' 's.

For example
[ [www.websitenamehere.org] ]

LinkSpaghetti refers to the continuous stream of links (after links after links) that are often hard to read and understand as a fluid form of text. This jumble of links looks messy and unprofessional and can often cause confusion among both writers and readers. By FormattingAWiki for links both readers and writers can organize information in a clearer way. One way to format links to clear up any confusion is to add a title to them. When a title is added to a link, the test of the title is the only text displayed, the url is hidden. this is done by adding a " | " followed by the title for the link.

For example
[ [www.websitenamehere.org | title here] ]

I want to learn how to make Spaghetti like Martha Stewart. She is better than Paula Deen but not better than https://www.gordonramsay.com/ . This dish is originally from Italy and requires the use of Tomatoes. and http://allrecipes.com/recipe/11776/grandmas-noodles-ii/. Soon I will buy a http://www.bettycrocker.com/ cook book and I wont have to use PoorlyFormattedLinks

This little excerpt is messy with some links that are in their raw form and some that are titled. It is harder to understand than a paragraph about spaghetti maybe should be.


I want to learn how to make Spaghetti like Martha Stewart does. She is better than Paula Deen but not quite as talented as Gordon Ramsey This dish is originally from Italy and requires the use of Tomatoes to make sauce. It is also a good idea to create your own, homemade noodles. I prefer the recipe on This website Soon I will buy a Cookbook so I won’t have PoorlyFormattedLinks

The flow of this excerpt is far easier to understand and more pleasing to the eye.
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