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Here you will soon find more information on editing GDPRhub.
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==How to edit a page==
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In general editing a wiki is simple: Just click the "edit" button in the right corner of a page and change the text.
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For more details (like Formatting) we recommend to check out the [https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Contents MediaWiki Help Page]!
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=== Text Editor ===
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Traditionally you can edit Wikis in a text editor. Here you can also enter Markup like <nowiki> [[Article 6 GDPR]]</nowiki> to make a text link to other pages. The text editor allows you to see the raw code of a page and gives you full control over what you edit.
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We recommend to use the text editor.
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=== Visual Editor ===
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The visual editor allows you to edit the front page directly. This may be helpful if you only want to change a typo or add a sentence here and there.
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==GDPRhub Style Guide==
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Every EU jurisdiction has different legal writing styles. We have tried to develop a common ground in our [[GDPRhub style guide]].
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==Add a decision==
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→ See [[How to add a new decision]]

Revision as of 23:14, 20 January 2020

How to edit a page

In general editing a wiki is simple: Just click the "edit" button in the right corner of a page and change the text.

For more details (like Formatting) we recommend to check out the MediaWiki Help Page!

Text Editor

Traditionally you can edit Wikis in a text editor. Here you can also enter Markup like [[Article 6 GDPR]] to make a text link to other pages. The text editor allows you to see the raw code of a page and gives you full control over what you edit.

We recommend to use the text editor.

Visual Editor

The visual editor allows you to edit the front page directly. This may be helpful if you only want to change a typo or add a sentence here and there.


GDPRhub Style Guide

Every EU jurisdiction has different legal writing styles. We have tried to develop a common ground in our GDPRhub style guide.

Add a decision

→ See How to add a new decision