Here we highlight some basic means of navigating in the lineup.
The way fedwiki works is different from ordinary pages that we typically see in a web browser - the 'space' of a wiki is more complex than the typical hierarchical website, genuinely a hypertext space. Some of the means of navigating are not immediately obvious: wiki is powerful but can confuse newcomers.
Navigating within the page lineup . .
- To **navigate left/right** in the page lineup use the keyboard left/right keys. - If you navigate away via a link, and lose pages from the lineup, **the <Back> button** of your browser will restore them, as normal in a browser. - To open a page **to the right of the existing lineup**, without losing any pages, use Shift-Click. - Stack up as many pages as you like in a single browser window! Pages can be **dragged** in the lineup, left and right. To remove a page from the lineup, drag it off the top of the window.
Don't forget, your browser can zoom. When you have several pages in the lineup, zooming out to see them all is often helpful.
Navigation works best on a non-touch (laptop, desktop) screen, using keyboard & mouse.
Editing of paragraph content on a touch screen (tablet, phone) isn't available. But on a touch screen, dragging paragraphs within a page is easy to do without meaning to - so switch off wiki editing in the bottom toolbar.