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 link **to the right of the existing lineup**, 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.
Navigation works best with a keyboard & mouse, on a non-touch screen. Editing of paragraph content on a touch screen 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.