User:Iliketaiwan

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What it does What you type
Assign the value 1,234,567 to the property "Population".
This country has a population of [[Population::1,234,567]]."
Assign a numeric value, but showing different text in the article.
This country has a population of [[Population::999,331|about a million]].
Specifying the type in a property's article, e.g.
This property is a number.
This property is a [[has type::number]].
Display a web link by using a property of type "URL".
Find us online at [[website::http://example.com]].
Display a "mailto" link by using a property of type "Email"
You can reach John at [[email address::john@example.com]].


What it does What you type
Classify a link with the property "example property."
 Classify a [[example property::link]] with the property "example property."
Make alternate text appear in place of the link.
Make [[example property::link|alternate text]] appear in place of the link.
To hide the property from appearing at all, use a space as the alternate text.
To hide the property [[example property::link| ]] from appearing at all
use a space as the alternate text.

Note: The space after | is necessary. If left away, the MediaWiki pipe trick applies, but rarely with desirable effects. Even if a space is given, SMW will not print anything, which should be the desired result in most cases (to make a space appear in the text, use   as a space symbol).

To make an ordinary link with :: without creating a property, escape the markup with a colon in front, e.g.
The C++ :: operator.
The [[:C++ :: operator]].
To assign one value to multiple properties, add :: between each name,
e.g. link.
e.g. [[property1::property2::link]].