This document explains the basics on creating a new page (document) in the Wiki.
For a short video on how to edit and add a page see How to Edit and Add Page Video
To create a new wiki page you can simply go to the new url you want to create. To create this page all I did was change the url to "http://wiki.pcworld.com/index.php?/Page Formatting Basics" then clicked "Edit this page".
You can also just create a link to the new page you want to create (see next section on how to create a link within the wiki) and then click on the link to go to your new page.
Once you have created a page, please start with a summary. Follow the summary with 4 dashes on a new line like this:
The dashes signify the end of the summary.
For everything you'd ever want to know about creating a new page, click here.
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Please do not use only one equals sign on a side (=text here=); this causes a title the size of the page name, which is taken care of automatically.
For each page with more than three headings, a table of contents (TOC) is automatically generated from the section headings, unless:
For everything you'd ever want to know about sections, click here.
Everything you'll want to know about formatting text can be found here.
Place the category tags at the bottom of the page.
For more info on categories, click here.
Here's a great basic formating source: 
The format for embedding video is:
For example, to include the famous "evolution of dance" YouTube video, you'd enter:
And if you wanted scaled down to thumbnail size, you could use: