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Help:Contents - CMDITRWIKI

# Help:Contents

## Wiki Formatting Quick Guide

The navigation bar is a table that goes on the top and bottom of each section page. The buttons have be custom linked to the next and previous pages.

<table id="toc" style="width: 100%"> <tr> <td style="text-align: left; width: 33%">[[Introduction to Absorption|Previous Topic]]</td> <td style="text-align: center; width: 33%">[[Main_Page#Absorption and Emission of Light|Return to Absorption and Emission Menu]]</td> <td style="text-align: right; width: 33%">[[Jablonksi Diagram| Next Topic]]</td> </tr> </table>

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### Wiki Table

{| class="wikitable" |- ! header 1 ! header 2 ! header 3 |- | row 1, cell 1 | row 1, cell 2 | row 1, cell 3 |- | row 2, cell 1 | row 2, cell 2 | row 2, cell 3 |}

row 1, cell 1 row 1, cell 2 row 1, cell 3
row 2, cell 1 row 2, cell 2 row 2, cell 3

To put in an anchor so you can point to place ("Flash" in sample below) in a pages

<div id="Flash">Text that is displayed </div>

And use this construction to link to this bookmark, using the page and the # to denote the id.

[[Organic Heterojunctions in Solar Cells#Flash | Flash Simulation of Exciton Diffusion]]

### Image gallery with individual captions

<gallery widths=300px heights=200px perrow=3> Image:Oled1_3_eclredox.png‎|First the loss of an electron by this conjugated aromatic system to form a cation radical species. Image:Oled1_4_eclredox.png‎‎|Comment for sec </gallery>

### To put mid size picture in the scene with caption

[[Image:OLED5-organic_heterojunction.jpg |thumb||400px | Organic Heterojunction]]

### Category

This creates a category so that articles can belong to more than one classification

[[category:organic solar cell]]

### Author Credits

In cases where an article is substantially contributed from a single author we can use an author credit template

AuthorName is the user name

This block should be inserted at the bottom of the page where it automatically create a credit block and links to other credits by this author.

### References

see this [1]

If you == References == <references/>

1. put your citation in text and it copies it below.

If you have two references to the same source in the one article add a name to the ref tag on the the first reference

<ref name="foo">full reference</ref> And on the second reference use just the name reference:

<ref name="foo"/>

It is helpful to include the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) reference in the following format. You must look up the DOI ID from the original source.

{{Doi| ID }}

This produces a direct permanent link to the document through the DOI document locator.

### Embed Latex formula and force png rendering

:$\eta _\mathrm{ext} = \eta_\mathrm{ph} \eta_\mathrm{int} = \eta_\mathrm{ph} \gamma \phi \eta_\mathrm{ext}\,\!$

$\eta _\mathrm{ext} = \eta_\mathrm{ph} \eta_\mathrm{int} = \eta_\mathrm{ph} \gamma \phi \eta_\mathrm{ext}\,\!$

### To embed an acrobat pdf file for slide series

<embed_document width="55%" height="400">http://depts.washington.edu/cmditr/media/OLED2_ecl_redoxpairs.pdf</embed_document>

### Embed Flash in page

<div id="Flash">Four kinds of polarization animation</div> <swf width="500" height="400">http://depts.washington.edu/cmditr/media/opvanim.swf</swf> You can also upload the swf just as you would upload a graphic and then point to it with a relative pathname to make the wiki installation more portable. images/e/e7/Conjugatemirror.swf

The div id makes it possible to point to the flash at a particular place on page in another link.